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Speed Cinch

Maker - Cindy Teague

Speed Cinch
Made in the USA
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

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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Discovered 6/23/2016

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Discovered 6/23/2016

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Made in the USA
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

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.