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Marathon 100m

Marathon 100m

pinkTube 25m - 200m

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Just WOOWOWOOOOOOOW! That's how it feels like when you first time walk on a pinkTube. This webbing is the stretchiest and bounciest line available. No matter whether you just want to walk or do crazy tricks, the pinkTube guarantees endless fun.

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The stretchiest and bounciest line available

Just WOOWOWOOOOOOOW! That's how it feels like when you first time walk on a pinkTube. This webbing is the stretchiest and bounciest line available. No matter whether you just want to walk or do crazy tricks, the pinkTube guarantees endless fun.
The pinkTube has a very high stretch at low tension. This means leashfalls are really soft on your body and the line will be a lot of fun on shorther lengths.
The stretch at 1kN: 1.6%, 2kN: 6.6%, 3kN: 10.6%, 4kN: 13,3%, 5kN: 15,4kN,..... 10kN: 22,6%

With a weight of only 48g/m it is super light weight to carry to the spot. A short piece of pinkTube should always be carried in your backpack to be rigged for any occastion. 

Version A 

The "Version A" has a normal sewn loop on one end and a sewn loop with a backup loop on the other end. The second loop must not be loaded directly but must only be used as a backup loop. Apart from this extra loop the new pinkTube version is still the same as the previous version.

Version B 

The "Version B" has several T-Loops all over the line.
Advantages of the T-Loops:

  • They are a slight wind-dampener for slacklines rigged in a park
  • They can be used to connect a backup to the main webbing with a quicklink
  • In case of a storm the backup can impossibly untape, so it prevents the line from going crazy in the wind
  • In the unlikely case of a mainline -failure the backup fall will be much softer compared on a backup-fall with conventional backup
  • The backup type and length can be adapted depending on the project and tension on the line.
  • The backup webbing/rope can be fixed with a knot to the quicklink. Ideally take a narrow webbing or a rope for that as 25mm webbing will make a huge knot.

Further information

  • Big knots with wide webbings can make it difficult to pass with small leash rings
  • The part of the T-Loop cannot be pulled into the weblock with the HangOver-Pulley but must be passed by use of an additional/improvised pulley-system. This problem can be avoided by leaving enough distance after the T-Loop to be pulled into the weblock.

 

Version C 

The "Version C" is a double pinkTube that is directly sewn together
Advantages of Version C:

  • The backup is always connected to the main line.
  • In case of a storm the backup can impossibly untape, so it prevents the line from going crazy in the wind
  • In the unlikely case of a mainline -failure the backup fall will be much softer compared on a backup-fall with conventional backup
  • The leash rings can easily pass on the connection sewing
  • You won't ever forget anymore to take a backup to your highline session

Further information:

  • You cannot pull the backup webbing to get the line disentangled from the backup
  • The line can easily get entangled when being coiled. To avoid that, feed it nicely into a haul bag or IKEA bag after every session
  • The sewn part cannot be pulled into the weblock with the HangOver-Pulley but must be passed by use of an additional/improvised pulley-system. This problem can be avoided by leaving enough distance after the sewn part to be pulled into the weblock.
  • The backup length cannot be adjusted. But it is sewn in a reasonable length for standing tensions up to about 3kN.

 

 

Specifications

  • Nylon tubular webbing
  • Width 25.5mm 
  • Stretch: 22.6% at 10kN - High-stretch for big bounces and surfers
  • Average breaking strength webbing: 22.0kN
  • MBS webbing: 20.6kN (2018 batch: 23.0kN)
  • Average breaking strength sewn loops: 20.4kN
  • MBS sewn loops: 19.5kN
  • Avarage breaking strength backup-connection (Type C): 13.2kN
  • MBS backup-connection (Type C): 11.7kN
  • Weight: 48g / m

Weight of the webbing

  • 30m pinkTube: 1,44kg
  • 50m pinkTube: 2,4kg
  • 80m pinkTube: 3,84kg
  • 100m pinkTube: 4,80kg
  • 200m pinkTube: 9,60kg

Connecting Slacklines with Typ C 100m

PinkTube C 100m climbed the next step in highline rigging evolution and comes new with endloops on both ends (on main and backup). This way highliners can connect as many 100m pieces as liked. Recommended connectors to do this job are 8mm quicklinks in combination with the HighlineTool to make sure the nuts are tighten safe (and also can be unscrewed again :-).

PinkTube C 100m is ideal now for highliners who like to surf-bounce or do bounce-sessions on rather loose webbings. For people who like bounce-sessions on tight lines, the backup-length is almost too short.

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