No Knots Needed

Don’t know how to tie a knot? Not a problem. (Ha!) The secure stakes and spinners from Speed Cinch let you securely anchor ropes, lines, and cords anyway. Both the Stake and Spinner use the same technique. Just feed the rope through the cinch, loop it around, and lock it into place it. The tools do all of the hard work keeping lines taut. Founder Jim Bainbridge is a U.S. Veteran, and is proud to make Speed Cinch in the USA. He’s also a hunter, and first created this knot-free solution to keep hunting blinds up. Use the Spinner as a permanent anchor point by screwing into a stable surface, like a tree or a shed. It’s great for hanging tarps, a clothesline, or, like Jim, pop-up hunting blinds. For in-ground anchoring, use the Stake. It holds lines for tents, canopies, or sports nets. When you’re done, you can pull it up and use it somewhere else.

Speed Cinch

Quick Tie Stakes & Spinners

No Knots Needed

Don’t know how to tie a knot? Not a problem. (Ha!) The secure stakes and spinners from Speed Cinch let you securely anchor ropes, lines, and cords anyway. Both the Stake and Spinner use the same technique. Just feed the rope through the cinch, loop it around, and lock it into place it. The tools do all of the hard work keeping lines taut. Founder Jim Bainbridge is a U.S. Veteran, and is proud to make Speed Cinch in the USA. He’s also a hunter, and first created this knot-free solution to keep hunting blinds up. Use the Spinner as a permanent anchor point by screwing into a stable surface, like a tree or a shed. It’s great for hanging tarps, a clothesline, or, like Jim, pop-up hunting blinds. For in-ground anchoring, use the Stake. It holds lines for tents, canopies, or sports nets. When you’re done, you can pull it up and use it somewhere else.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cindy
    Cindy

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Speed Cinch to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Francine
    Francine
    6/23/2016 10:21 AM

    Can this be used when you don't have an end to feed through the pipe? In other words, when both ends are fastened to something but you need to tighten & cinch a section in the middle? Or when the end is very large, e.g. wrapped around a reel?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:26 AM

    @Francine

    Hi Francine! You do need an end to be able to feed through the barrel.

  • Francine
    Francine
    6/23/2016 10:28 AM

    @Cindy Well, rats. I was all excited when I first saw this, and hoping to buy some. But it won't work for my uses. Back to trying to learn knots.

  • otto
    otto
    6/23/2016 10:44 AM

    @Francine NOTE: I do not have this item, yet!, but I will offer a possibility... It might depend on how much slack you have in your rope that is already anchored and how thick that rope is. Take up the slack and form a loop (as when creating one half of the bow for tying shoe laces). Insert that loop through the speed cinch and pull tight into the V-slot. If there is enough slack pull the loop through far enough to reach the opposite end V-slot and wedge it in there.

    We will have to get the manufacturer to confirm if this suggestion might work.

    Otto G.

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:49 AM

    @otto

    Yes, if you have enough slack, that will work. The Spinner works with lines and cords up to 1/4" diameter. Thank you!

  • steve
    steve
    6/23/2016 10:26 AM

    regarding the ground stake: the video examples employ a almost horizontal application (of the rope load). is there anything on the stake itself that would be effective in a near vertical load situation (ie: securing a pop-up canopy type shelter to the ground from the top of the legs)?? thanks for the information in advance

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:31 AM

    @steve

    Hi Steve! Yes, the Speed Cinch Stakes were designed to secure these types of pop-up shelters. It will work perfectly. Thank you for your question.

  • Elaine
    Elaine
    6/23/2016 10:34 AM

    what is the weight limit on the cinch? can it be used to affix a hammock for 2 to a tree?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:40 AM

    @Elaine

    Hi Elaine! The Spinner is rated to support up to 150 lbs. Thank you!

  • Guest
    Guest
    6/23/2016 11:31 AM

    2 questions. How thin/thick of a rope will this accommodate? How well does this anchor in sand?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 11:37 AM

    @Guest Hello! Please use cord between 1/8" to 1/4" diameter. The Speed Cinch Stake will work in hard packed sand. It's not designed for loose sand. Thank you!

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    6/23/2016 11:35 AM

    I'm can't tell from the photos-- is the angle on the ground stakes fixed or adjustable?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 11:39 AM

    @Sandra Hi Sandra, The angle is built in to the Speed Cinch Stake for optimal use.

  • Ken
    Ken
    6/23/2016 12:17 PM

    Screwing the anchor into a tree doesn't seem environmentally correct; especially at popular campground sites if everyone starts using them. Is there an alternative way to use this on a tree or just go back to using a good ole slip knot?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 1:01 PM

    @Ken Thank you, Ken! There are Speed Cinch options that do not require screwing into a tree. Please let The Grommet know that you'd be interested in seeing these, as well.

  • Adriana
    Adriana
    6/23/2016 12:24 PM

    Hi, would this work for staking a tent at the beach, in sand?

    Thank you

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 1:04 PM

    @Adriana Great question, Adriana! Yes, these would would great for staking a tent at the beach if the sand is hard packed.

  • Robin
    Robin
    6/23/2016 1:39 PM

    @Cindy

    Would this work with a dog on a leash?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/23/2016 2:31 PM

    It certainly could, Robin.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Speed Cinch

Quick Tie Stakes & Spinners

No Knots Needed

Don’t know how to tie a knot? Not a problem. (Ha!) The secure stakes and spinners from Speed Cinch let you securely anchor ropes, lines, and cords anyway.

Both the Stake and Spinner use the same technique. Just feed the rope through the cinch, loop it around, and lock it into place it. The tools do all of the hard work keeping
lines taut.

Founder Jim Bainbridge is a U.S. Veteran, and is proud to make Speed Cinch in the USA. He’s also a hunter, and first created this knot-free solution to keep hunting blinds up.

Use the Spinner as a permanent anchor point by screwing into a stable surface, like a tree or a shed. It’s great for hanging tarps, a clothesline, or, like Jim, pop-up hunting blinds.

For in-ground anchoring, use the Stake. It holds lines for tents, canopies, or sports nets. When you’re done, you can pull it up and use it somewhere else.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Cindy
    Cindy

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Speed Cinch to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Francine
    Francine
    6/23/2016 10:21 AM

    Can this be used when you don't have an end to feed through the pipe? In other words, when both ends are fastened to something but you need to tighten & cinch a section in the middle? Or when the end is very large, e.g. wrapped around a reel?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:26 AM

    @Francine

    Hi Francine! You do need an end to be able to feed through the barrel.

  • Francine
    Francine
    6/23/2016 10:28 AM

    @Cindy Well, rats. I was all excited when I first saw this, and hoping to buy some. But it won't work for my uses. Back to trying to learn knots.

  • otto
    otto
    6/23/2016 10:44 AM

    @Francine NOTE: I do not have this item, yet!, but I will offer a possibility... It might depend on how much slack you have in your rope that is already anchored and how thick that rope is. Take up the slack and form a loop (as when creating one half of the bow for tying shoe laces). Insert that loop through the speed cinch and pull tight into the V-slot. If there is enough slack pull the loop through far enough to reach the opposite end V-slot and wedge it in there.

    We will have to get the manufacturer to confirm if this suggestion might work.

    Otto G.

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:49 AM

    @otto

    Yes, if you have enough slack, that will work. The Spinner works with lines and cords up to 1/4" diameter. Thank you!

  • steve
    steve
    6/23/2016 10:26 AM

    regarding the ground stake: the video examples employ a almost horizontal application (of the rope load). is there anything on the stake itself that would be effective in a near vertical load situation (ie: securing a pop-up canopy type shelter to the ground from the top of the legs)?? thanks for the information in advance

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:31 AM

    @steve

    Hi Steve! Yes, the Speed Cinch Stakes were designed to secure these types of pop-up shelters. It will work perfectly. Thank you for your question.

  • Elaine
    Elaine
    6/23/2016 10:34 AM

    what is the weight limit on the cinch? can it be used to affix a hammock for 2 to a tree?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 10:40 AM

    @Elaine

    Hi Elaine! The Spinner is rated to support up to 150 lbs. Thank you!

  • Guest
    Guest
    6/23/2016 11:31 AM

    2 questions. How thin/thick of a rope will this accommodate? How well does this anchor in sand?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 11:37 AM

    @Guest Hello! Please use cord between 1/8" to 1/4" diameter. The Speed Cinch Stake will work in hard packed sand. It's not designed for loose sand. Thank you!

  • Sandra
    Sandra
    6/23/2016 11:35 AM

    I'm can't tell from the photos-- is the angle on the ground stakes fixed or adjustable?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 11:39 AM

    @Sandra Hi Sandra, The angle is built in to the Speed Cinch Stake for optimal use.

  • Ken
    Ken
    6/23/2016 12:17 PM

    Screwing the anchor into a tree doesn't seem environmentally correct; especially at popular campground sites if everyone starts using them. Is there an alternative way to use this on a tree or just go back to using a good ole slip knot?

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 1:01 PM

    @Ken Thank you, Ken! There are Speed Cinch options that do not require screwing into a tree. Please let The Grommet know that you'd be interested in seeing these, as well.

  • Adriana
    Adriana
    6/23/2016 12:24 PM

    Hi, would this work for staking a tent at the beach, in sand?

    Thank you

  • Cindy
    Cindy – Special Guest
    6/23/2016 1:04 PM

    @Adriana Great question, Adriana! Yes, these would would great for staking a tent at the beach if the sand is hard packed.

  • Robin
    Robin
    6/23/2016 1:39 PM

    @Cindy

    Would this work with a dog on a leash?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    6/23/2016 2:31 PM

    It certainly could, Robin.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.