Matador Re-Ties Reusable Zip Ties (4-Pack)

Matador Re-Ties Reusable Zip Ties (4-Pack)

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Brand & Product Matador Re-Ties Reusable Zip Ties (4-Pack)
SKU 853190007492
Barcode 853190007492
Warranty 12 Month Warranty
Dimensions 30.50cm ( 12.01" )
Material Proprietary rubber composite
Returns 100 day free returns
Shipping Free shipping, orders over $99

About Matador

Matador Started in 2014 with a simple observation. Working it out of a 10 x 10 foot San Francisco bedroom, Matador leveraged the success of the Pocket Blanket to develop a line of simple, thoughtful products designed for people on the go. One product at a time, Matador grew the Pocket Blanket into a brand of ultralight travel gear. Buy Matador online at Rushfaster Australia.

Matador Re-Ties Reusable Zip Ties (4-Pack) is designed to bundle loose items, attach gear to backpacks, and more.

Features of the Matador Re-Ties Reusable Zip Ties (4-Pack)

  • Easy To Use: Simply slide the plastic toggle through the rubber loop to attach or bundle items. Easily release the items by sliding the toggle back through, no need for scissors or tools.
  • Versatile: Adjusts from 1 to 12 inches in circumference to fit a variety of items.
  • Long Lasting: Durable rubber allows for repeated use without wear or fail.

About Matador

Matador Started in 2014 with a simple observation. Working it out of a 10 x 10 foot San Francisco bedroom, Matador leveraged the success of the Pocket Blanket to develop a line of simple, thoughtful products designed for people on the go. One product at a time, Matador grew the Pocket Blanket into a brand of ultralight travel gear. Buy Matador online at Rushfaster Australia.

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