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Colligo Marine's Lifeline Terminator

Colligo Marine’s new Lifeline Terminator uses a sacrificial lashing line that the company claims is less expensive than the synthetic lifeline.

The Lifeline Terminator is made of lightweight, hard-anodized aluminum, weighs less than an ounce, and works with 3-6.4 millimeter synthetic lifeline. There’s a deep groove for maximum line protection, a truncated apex to assure tight splices won’t come off, and perfect-radius lashing holes for lashing line durability, according to the company. The design allows for lashing or pinning for both upper and lower shroud line/ends. Available in blue or black, the suggested retail price is $24.99. Contact Colligo Marine of Mesa, Ariz., at (480) 703-3675, or visit www.colligomarine.com.

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