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Super Rope Cinch Knot Tying Device Gains Orgill Distribution

July 14, 2012

Orgill Inc, one of the nation’s largest hardware distributors is now distributing the patented Super Rope Cinch knot-tying device. Orgill currently distributes hardware goods to over 6500 stores in the U.S. and Canada.

Brentwood, TN (PRWEB) July 14, 2012

Orgill Inc, one of the nation’s largest hardware distributors is now distributing the patented Super Rope Cinch knot-tying device. Orgill Inc. currently distributes hardware goods to over 6500 stores in the U.S. and Canada.The Super Rope Cinch is a simplistic device made in the USA that allows anyone to tie and untie rope with a simple twist.

Since its launch into retail back in June 2011, the patented Super Rope Cinch has caught the attention of many hardware and marina distributors thanks to the common problem it solves – tying and untying knots.

Tim Bourke, the president of Just Right Products LLC, had this to say about Orgill and the low retail price of the Super Rope Cinch:

“Orgill has been fantastic to work with, and very receptive to distributing our product since day one. We expect the Super Rope Cinch to sell abundantly in their 6500+ stores due to the low retail price of under $5, and because it promotes the sale of rope in general.”

If unfamiliar with the Super Rope Cinch device, here’s how it works:

The Super Rope Cinch is made of of two plastic injection molded sections. Both sections are made from an automotive-grade acetal composite resin. Each section has an oblong hole in it. In the fully-open position, there’s room for at least two 5/8″ ropes (or smaller) to slide through. Ropes are inserted through the holes, and then the device is twisted. The twisting action forces the two oblong holes to turn in opposite directions, effectively closing the hole down onto the rope. A ratcheting lock mechanism lets you know the device is holding the ropes in the position the device has been twisted to.

You can secure ropes tightly for effective holding power, or loosely, when a little slip is necessary.

Disengaging the device requires only the press of a button and a twist in the reverse direction. This disengages the ratcheting teeth, and allows the device to open fully. The ropes are then free to slide out. The Super Rope Cinch works on most pliable ropes from 1/8″ to 5/8″, and can also be used to secure two or more ropes of different sizes.

The Super Rope Cinch can be used to secure boats, personal water craft, cargo, luggage, tools, aircraft, and much more.

Learn more about the Super Rope Cinch and where to buy it at http://www.RopeCinch.com.

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