40 Ft Single Line Retractable Clothesline
Item#: R-400 | Customer Reviews: 3 of 5 (5 reviews)
- Single line retractable clothesline with stainless steel spring
- Indoor or outdoor use
- Quick lock bottom cleat locks line and keeps line taut
- 40' of line
- Case made of high impact ABS plastic that is crack and heat resistant
- Steel mounting bracket
6.5h x 8.25w x 2d inch
6.5 x 20.9 x 5.08 cm
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Great Service5 of 5 Posted by: Bill on 09/26/2019
My original purchase of the Sunline 40 ft retractable clothesline was not good. The line would not retract after the first extension to about 20 ft. You sent us a replacement and so far, it has worked satisfactorily. We have used another brand of similar construction for many years, but the effects of sunlight on the apparatus finally took its toll. But that older model had two features which were "improved" over the newer model: I harvested the wire loop from the end of the old line and replaced the plastic loop on the new line. The wire loop could be used to either hook onto a fixed hook or it could be used by wrapping the line around a pole and hooked back upon itself. Secondly, older model had a simple "T" shaped fixture on the body of the reel whereby one could wrap and fix the line. This worked better than the circular wedge wheel on the present model. Some "improvements" are not.
Great Product5 of 5 Posted by: Snap on 07/02/2018
the clothesline is very sturdy and attractive in design. The simple design is not obsessive to the eye. I have hung heavy wet throw rugs without any issues. I do use a clothes prop to keep the line up. Very simple to install and to use. Love it.
Terrible product1 of 5 Posted by: Patrick McConnell on 05/06/2018
We used to hang clothes on rope I tide to tree branches and it worked perfectly. So I thought I would but my wife a nice retractable clothes line. Much to my dismay your line won’t hold up the weight of even one small wet area rug 1.5’x 2 without sagging 2 ft. No more clothes can go on. Your latex cord is useless. I would have to put something end between the ends just to try to keep clothes of the ground. My suggestion is stop using engineers or cad computing to figure out real life situations. I’d also like my money back. I guess I’ll go back to rope. I wish I could send u a picture.
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