Many, many more uses for Bungee Dealee Bobs...
Attaching map cases to packs and canoe thwarts
Setting up tarps and tents
Hanging flashlights and other items inside a tent
Use as a key chain
Use as clothes pins
Shank up your ropes
Organize your computer cables
Electric cords can be secured for easy use.
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I just got off the phone with the owner, he called because he was concerned that the post office would not deliver the product by the end of the week. I told him where we were going and turns out he knows the Outfitter that we are using in the BWCA and will send them directly to him to hold for us when we get there. Old school customer service at its best. Thank you Old Scout, and can't wait to use the cords. Exactly what we were looking for!
Reviewed by: jon from Chicago.
I bought these for canoeing but have used them to hold items on my bike rack, to keep rope from tangling and to hold my water bottle attached to my kayak. I keep order more of these because I find ways to use them around the house. A truly versatile product that is handy and durable.
Reviewed by: Peter Williams from Ringgold, GA.
A simple and effective soulution for attaching fishing poles, paddles etc to your canoe thwarts and seats . I always keep a pair around each paddle when not in use so they are never forgotten.
Reviewed by: Lucas from Fairmount .
Wow what an elegant yet simple idea. Perfect for portaging and so many other things.
Reviewed by: Scott from Louisville, KY.
the dealee bob's work great to tie in painters,sponge & bailer, and extra paddle. They are quick and easy to take in and out. and the added bonus is that they were green which matches my canoe so i am color coordinated. Great product, i love them.
Reviewed by: kevin von bergen from arlington height illinois.
I think all of my first round of Bungee Dealee Bobs were "borrowed" by my friends. Now I keep better track of them. I love these for quickly bundling paddles and rods for portaging. I like the bright colors because it makes them easy to find when you drop one. One of my favorite little things that makes wilderness tripping easier.
Reviewed by: Woody Osborne from Madison, Wi.