Because you don't want 5 guys to pull for your longline Because you want to have fun on the line - not rigging it Because you don't want to carry heavy gear to your slackspot
Our BLNC 5:1 Pulley System makes things extremely light and easy for every longliner. Configure your own pulleys now with:
Do you need any special configuration you can't find here? Different rope or another length? Drop us an email: email@example.com - we will do our best to make you absolutely happy.
We know you want to have fun on the line, not rigging it. The nearly frictionless design of the BLNC 5:1 slackline pulley system makes it the most efficient tensioning system ever seen in slacklining. The integrated zero friction brake and the built-in industry standard ball bearings allow tensioning longlines of more than 70 m with 1 person in less than 3 minutes. The times when 5 guys had to pull and sweat for 30 minutes to tension one line are over now. The big holes allow you to attach it to shackles, quicklinks and other metal connectors. Even a backup pin for the rope is included. It is all in one. And it works gorgeous.
The pulleys come with very lightweight but robust 5mm rope with dyneema core and Kevlar cover. This rope is very strong and abrasion resistant
Concerning rope length: 20m of rope is enough to tension 100m of low stretch webbing like Parsec or 40m of high stretch webbing like MOTM in a park for a mid tension line. 30m of rope equals 150m / 60m, 40m of rope equals 200m / 80m, if you prefer saggy lines, you might need less rope. Of course the rope comes preinstalled, so you don't have to hassle around with assembling, knots and so on. You're ready to go slacklining!
P.S.: the rope color may vary depending on availability.
The Power Pulley and the double multiplier pulley with prusik cord give you additional strength of 5 strong men for your longest projects. It increases the strength of the base pulley system from 5:1 to 15:1 or even 25:1!
The patented Rope Grabber is an awesome piece of gear. It lets you grab any thin rope to pull it as hard as you can. But it's not like ascenders you might know from climbing. It has no movable parts so nothing can break. It weights only 52 grams. And it is extremely easy to use. If you used it once you will never want to miss it again - promised!
Taking your pulley system out of your slackline rig is a great thing. The slackline rig not only becomes lightweight and easier to walk, this method protects your pulley rope from damaging peak loads while bouncing and you can also use the pulleys for other rigs. So you won't need a pulley system for every line. If you don't want to use a LineGrip® for softpointing your lines, you can use the PRO rigging plate. It is made of 2 ROCsolid steel plates for strength and redundancy. The front hole is designed to fit the PushPin of your weblock. And the rear connectors are versatile for all kinds of connectors - pushpins, shackles, whatever. Click the video to see how it works.
|weight||866g incl. 20m rope|
|Delivery Time||check here|
|Min. Breaking Strength||33 kN|
|Optimized For||Highlines, Longlines, Waterlines|
|Optimal Length||50, 75, 100, 150, 200|
I'm using this pulley system for several months now and love it. Taking it with me is a no-brainer. Small and lightweight. Handling is easy. I barely need the 15:1 multiplier and have never needed the 25:1. Personally, I really prefer that setup over a Hangover (or 2) + Softrelease. Easier to handle, not much difference in weight and space. Makes it easy to adjust the tension according to each person that is walking. Also it's an eye-catcher :-)