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 PRO 9:1 pulley system is the best longline pulley system on this planet. It combines:
Do you need any special configuration you can't find here? Longer? Different rope? Different whoopies? Check our PRO Longline Set Configurator or 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 but not rigging it. The patented design of the PRO 9:1 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 100 m with 1 person in less than 5 minutes. The times when 5 guys had to pull and sweat for 30 minutes to tension one line are over now. The direct X-Link attachment for dyneema anchor slings saves lots of weight in your backpack. No more heavy shackles, no more parts to lose, no more frickling it all together. Even a backup pin for the rope is included. It is all in one. And it works gorgeous.
The pulley system includes some very lightweight but robust 6mm rope with dyneema core and Kevlar cover. This rope is so strong and abrasion resistant, it will most propably outlast your entire slacklife.
Concerning rope length: 40m of rope is enough to tension 100m of low stretch webbing like Parsec or 40m of high stretch webbing like MOTM in a flat park for a high tension line. 60m of rope equals 150m / 60m, 80m 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 integrated 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 9:1 to 27:1 or even 45:1!
Our Slackline Anchor Whoopie Sling is very lightweight but extremely strong. You can easily adjust it from 0.5m to 3.30m so it fits for any slackspot you could imagine. If you need a special length please contact us, we will produce any length you like! Its minimum breaking strength is 75 kN when used around a tree (U-shape) and 38 kN when used straight (e.g. in a highline anchor - use three of them here for load balancing and redundancy). It weighs about 140 g - this is so lightweight, you will never want to carry your old and heavy industry slings to your slackspot again. It obviously packs very small too, so you propably won't need a huge backpack for your gear anymore. Despite their low weight and small packing these Dyneema slings are very resistant to abrasion and cuts. You will lave long enduring fun using them. Get them, love them.
From the inventors of the world's most advanced slackline pulley system comes the best slackline tree protection any park ranger could imagine. The innovative design with integrated load-distributors made of carbon fibre allow you to slack on any tree as long as its diameter is big enough. But even more: It allows you to use any kind of anchor sling you like. You want to use that ultra lightweight dyneema slings? Good to go: TreePRO's TreeSHIELD technology allows you to use them on trees because it distributes the load even of the thinnest anchor slings to a maximum area at the tree. This effectively prevents tree damage as never seen before. TreePRO is made of extremely robust Cordura 1000 den Nylon and carbon fibre load distributors.
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!
You want to use your old'n'heavy spansets with shackles and all that stuff? Good to go! Use the included shackle adapters to attach our PRO Gear to any shackle you want. Of course the adapters are made from ROCsolid steel too so they are nearly indestructable.
The PRO pulley system has a strong QuickLock PushPin at the front with lots of space around it. This QuickLock PushPin can be used to attach anything you like. A LineGrip, a different weblock, whatever you can imagine.
You want the best pulley system, why would you want anything else than the best weblock being attached to it? Exactly. The raed PRO weblock is the perfect companion for your tensioning system. It's very easy to handle and pretension, lightweight thanks to its Frame Tec sidewalls and Hollow Tec Divider and very strong because it's made of ROC Solid steel. This is the right choice!
100% engineered and made in Germany
|weight||2.551 g (incl. 40m rope, whoopie sling, TreePRO, multiplier, QuickLock PushPins)|
|Optimized For||Highlines, Longlines, Tricklines, Waterlines|
|Delivery Time||check here|
I have the raed system and have strung it up using the full 45 to 1. The system works. The 9:1 is setup normally and then attach the 5:1 multiplier to the last strand of the 9:1 using the prussik. I have the previous version of the system and do not have the additional pin. After cranking this up using my strength only it was ridiculously tight. Calling it a slackline after this tightening is a lie....
got a new toy. raed slacklines is a really nice kit. Can't wait to try a bunch of new webbing with this pulley system.
Ich bin vom neuen Design des 2017er Modells ziemlich begeistert. Abgesehen davon bin ich von der Qualität und dem Gewicht sehr beeindruckt, da kann sich die Konkurrenz noch so einiges abschauen.
Ich hab das Raed pulley system aber ohne deren Weblock , bin sehr zufrieden
Some nice feature, which I only noticed after using the pulley system a couple of times, is that you can expand it to 1:45 by using the second pulley of the multiplier and the unused pulley next to the brake.
I easily rigged 80m Marathon with about 2m sag by only using 2 fingers for pulling
All in all, a very good choice.
I love to rig with it (in my case 105 m) , it's very, very easy to pull. [...] As for now I must say I'm happy with it.
Well so far it's great. It's even smaller and lighter than you'd guess from the pictures on the homepage.
The multiplier is a little fiddly to install but since the whole system consists of 2 pieces only its still quicker to rig than my pulley system.
Have been rigging 50 Meters quite often and 80 meters once with the raed system (raed parsec webbing).
Both can be tensioned by a single person without any trouble. (the webbing is 100m long but we haven't gone full length yet) there's a hand-piece included in the kit that makes it quite easy to pull on a 6mm rope.