A simple back-to-back tape, hook on one side, loop on the other, laminated together into an infinitely useful strip. Like double stick tape, when you wrap it around something and then back on itself, it sticks, and also un-sticks and re-sticks over and over. Retains ample shear strength. Could you find a use for this stuff? Thought so. Can be easily cut to different widths and lengths without unraveling. Wonderful for securing radar/gps type things to mounting brackets and for strapping down wires and cables as a re-usable zip tie, but thousands of other uses, too. Features HTH 888 and 889 types, with the world famous style 22 hook. Two kinds (both black, both 1""×36""): Standard is thinner and more flexible (but slightly less strength), or Heavyweight is thicker, bulkier (but stiffer/stronger) for bigger and heavier stuff.
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