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    Les Hiddins
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    Trilobite knot zipper pullls

    Trilobite knot zipper pull
    Makes a wide knot easy to grab with gloved hands

    Happily tangled in my nets at
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    Thanks for yet another interesting post!

    They look spectacular, but do they stand up to repeated handling?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrud View Post
    Thanks for yet another interesting post!

    They look spectacular, but do they stand up to repeated handling?

    Cheers
    Thank you. They are made from heading twine which is the twine that lobster fishermen use in their traps. It is very strong. The clip shown in the photo is more convenient to use than the split metal ring that is a bit sturdier.
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