First Production Run Sold out!
We are so thankful for your orders and we are excited to make these for you! SpaceLock V1! Due to the nature of how they are made, we are first taking a limited order of 15. This will be on a first come, first serve, so make sure to claim your spot! All SpaceLocks are made to order, and there is a 2-3 week lead time on manufacturing.
Breaking strength: 42kN
Working Load Limit: 8kN
Connection point diameter: 1in
Designed for 1in webbing
Material: Aluminum 6061 T6
Not approved for highlining*
* with a breaking strength of 42kN, the SpaceLock currently does not meet the ISA standard for highline weblocks, therefore we are not advertising this product for highlining.
While we cannot specifically advertise the SpaceLock for highlining, the use-age of the product is up to the user. The SpaceLock will never break when used under the Working Load Limit, and it is the responsibility of the user to know the forces being exerted on the product.
$140 gets you an anodized and custom colored SpaceLock
Custom engraving starts at $15*
$10 for shipping (US only**)
* $15 gets you anything you want in a .5"x.5" square on the plate. All engraving is designed and programed by Caleb Beavers, so if you want something really intricate, just inquire and we can talk about pricing.
**Due to international shipping complications due to COVID, we are only accepting US orders on the first production run.
With the SpaceLock, clean rigging is the norm. With a large one inch wide connector point, the SpaceLock is compatible with any soft connector such as soft shackles, soft releases, and even the anchor sling threaded directly through the connector.
Each SpaceLock is made to-order, so you get to choose what yours looks like. With in house anodization, you can choose the exact color of each part of your SpaceLock. Furthermore, for an extra fee you can get yours custom engraved with anything you want.
Made in the USA
Thanks to Ryan Jenks over at HowNotToHighline, we had a few of these prototypes slacksnapped. They were pulled against each other and one of them broke at 42kN, while the other had just started to deform.