EAMR-EM04418 * Erickson Re-Tractable Ratchet Straps w/ Push-Button Releases - 1" x 10' - 400 lbs - Qty 4
Bright red tie-downs pair quick-release action with a retractable design for easy loading and unloading of your gear. Strap automatically retracts into the housing and releases with the push of a button. Includes carrying case. 1,200 lbs Max load.
- Tie-downs are perfect for securing your gear
- Strap down gear in your truck bed, trailer, cargo carrier, or roof rack
- Secure your ATV, UTV, or boat for trailering
- Retractable straps automatically wind up into the built-in housings with the push of a button
- Minimal ratcheting is required to tighten down straps
- Keeps excess strap from tangling or flapping in the wind
- Ratchet mechanisms make it easy to tighten down straps and maintain tension on straps
- Ribbed plastic handles are easy to grip
- Push buttons on ratchets quickly and easily release straps when you're ready to unload
- Rubber coating on S-hooks helps prevent scratches on your cargo
- Bright red polyester webbing is easy to see
- Handy carrying case is included
- Strap dimensions: 1" wide x 10' long
- Safe working load limit (WLL): 400 lbs
- Maximum load (break strength): 1,200 lbs
- Quantity: 4 ratchet straps
- 90-Day limited warranty
Note: Tie-down straps must be chosen according to their safe working load limit (WLL). The weight of the secured cargo must not exceed the combined WLL of the straps being used. For example, if you are using straps with a WLL of 500 lbs each to tie down a load weighing 1,000 lbs, then you need at least 2 straps to safely secure that load. It is recommended that you always use straps in pairs.
Retractable Ratchet Straps
These retractable ratchet straps are an upgrade over standard ratchet straps. To use the straps, begin by pushing the button on the ratchet and pulling out as much strap webbing as needed. Secure the hook to an anchor point, and then ratchet the remaining slack to make sure your gear is held down tight. Because these straps are retractable, there will already be tension on the strap when you begin to ratchet, meaning that you'll spend less time tightening the straps down. When it's time to unload, push the button on the ratchet to release the strap. Then unhook the strap and push the button again to automatically retract the strap back into the housing. This feature also keeps loose ends neatly wound up so they aren't flapping in the wind or getting dirty during your haul.