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This item will be fulfilled from the vendor. Delivery time varies – typically 2–3 weeks.
Restrictions: This item does not ship to a PO Box, APO, FPO, DPO or international address. Expedited shipping is not available.
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PLUS adds up to 2 more years of coverage beyond the Manufacturer's Warranty and offers extra coverage from the date of purchase throughout the extended term. PLUS includes:
- Wear and Tear Coverage
- Power Surge Protection
- Exchange for products under $400
- Onboard service on products over $750
- Up to 5 years of total coverage
Your PLUS plan goes into effect with your purchase ‐ no registration required. Purchase your PLUS plan online, in stores or by calling 1 (800) 262-8464.
Truck Freight is used to ship items that exceed standard shipping limitations on weight and/or size. Delivery is only applicable within the contiguous United States. Additional shipping fees apply. Signature required for receipt of shipment.
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Cut and seal synthetic rope in seconds.
The best way to prevent nylon rope from fraying is to melt the ends, but everyone who has done it knows it's a slow, messy, smelly operation that often results in flaming drips and burnt fingers. Instead use this handheld heat gun cuts and seals the ends of synthetic rope in one quick operation. Replacement blades available.
- Handheld hot knife cuts and seals the ends of synthetic rope in one quick movement
- Runs on 120V AC; 4' power cord
- Handle fits in the palm of your hand
- Easy finger pull operation
- Clean cuts in all types of synthetic ropes, lines and strapping
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