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Quicklinks, Oval, Stainless Steel, 3.0 mm


Quicklinks, Oval, Stainless Steel, 3.0 mm

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Quicklinks, Oval, Stainless Steel, 3.0 mm 


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Our stainless steel quicklink was designed by Fire Mecca and manufactured to tight tolerances to deliver consistent performance. Most importantly, the jaw (the gap that the nut covers) is 3/16 in. wide, fitting a variety of handles, eyebolts, and rings. The stop is also only 3.5 mm in diameter, so the quicklink will fit through very small holes. The quickink arches are more pronounced than standard quicklinks, which allows for slightly heavier loads. The quicklinks are also difficult to open, helping to ensure that they remain closed. Pliers are suggested for use with these quicklinks.

These quicklinks are now on clearance, due to not all quicklink jaws being 3/16 inches wide, and not meeting our quality standards.

Sold individually for Retail customers. The following applies to Bulk Members only: minimum order is 100 units; sold in multiples of 100.

Clearance Product: No refunds or returns are accepted on clearance products.

Regular Price:  $1.00
On Sale For: $0.49 
SKU: QLOSS30 (748)
Ship Weight: 0.02

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1. Michael on 6/28/2011, said:

After spending $4.50 on a pair of 1/8th inch stainless steel quicklinks at the local big box hardware store, I jumped at getting ten of these guys for $0.49 each on sale. I was a little disappointed when I examined them, as FireMecca boasts they are "manufactured to tight tolerances to deliver consistent performance," when in fact each one seemed to require a different amount of force to tighten the nuts. Two of them threaded easily, 7 were fairly tough to thread, even with a crescent wrench, and one refused to thread at all - it felt like it was cross-threading. I wasn't able to thread it at all. Some of the other users report that they become easier to thread over time with use, I'll have to check on this in time. Also, the ones I got appear different than the current picture on the website, they have a duller finish and a thread pattern extends farther than the length of the nut when closed. They probably switched suppliers. It still works fine for burning, though I'm concerned that with time, the threads could get gummed up with soot and become more difficult to loosen. The more expensive quicklinks operate smoothly and don't have exposed threads, but also cost 9 times as much. Fire Mecca's price can't be beat (especially given the cost of stainless steel goods in general), and will work just fine for poi, but you get what you pay for, so I give it 3/5 stars.
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2. Aaron on 6/1/2011, said:

These quick links need to be tightend with pliers or wrenches bcase they fit so snug when closing, While not conveinent you know they are not going to come loose during use. cant wask for more than that. i do wish they had the triangle quick links as well as I love those in the handles eliminating the need for more hardware.
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3. Eytan on 5/26/2011, said:

The size difference between this and the typical 3.5mm ones much a huge difference in both aesthetics and versatility. They're able to fit through much smaller holes than the 3.5mm ones and, because they're shorter, they minimize the amount of your chain that consists of a long rigid quicklink. Finally, you can't beat the price on these. I bought my first batch because they were cheap, but the two batches after that were entirely because I preferred them over every other quicklink on the market.
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4. Jennifer on 1/4/2011, said:

they're.....oval links. They work great
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5. richard on 12/22/2010, said:

very nice price for a good quality
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6. Joshua on 11/8/2010, said:

I bought two of these to make it easier to do quick changes between glow and fire poi on the same leashes, without messing up my LED glow poi heads. Pros- Tiny and lightweight, definitely works well with FireMecca heads. Cons-Initially I had a large ammount of trouble getting the actual quick link nut to move along the threads (like early on it took two sets of pliers and a lot of force), and it seemed like the threads were machined weirdly. The problem has gone away with use though, I guess just because I have been able to work the nut along the threads. Overall I would definitely recommend these to other Poi users, but with the warning that the threads may be a little tough early on. -Josh
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7. Tonya on 1/18/2010, said:

Love them! I use them on all my sets! Matthew suggested when I purchased my very first set of glow poi, ~what a great purchase I might add~ to use these instead of the little hook things that come on the cords to attach to chains! They are inexpensive and last forever!
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