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Rope Cup

 

Gun metal black rope cup end

 

Clean, sleek fitting for your decking rope

 

These nickel cup ends have a shiny finish. Take a look at our black cup ends if you'd prefer a smooth, matt black finish.

 

Cup lies flat against a wall, post, or fencing and is screwed into place (screws provided).

 

Appropiate for indoor and outdoor use

 

WHAT SIZES ARE AVAILABLE?

 

Available in sizes: 24mm, 28mm, 32mm, 36mm

 

WHAT ROPE SHOULD I USE WITH THESE CUPS?

 

Generally we recommend our Hardy Hemp Decking Rope. This rope appears to be natural but is in fact synthetic, meaning you can create traditional looking decking pieces which can withstand all weather types and won't biodegrade over time.

 

Our cups can be combined with a bunch of other ropes too, such as our Marlow Barrier Rope. But if you're not sure what you're after exactly, feel free to contact us

 

If you need some more ideas about fittings and fixtures, click on our PDF below which illustrates some options. 

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CAN YOU FIT MY CUPS FOR ME?

 

If you're ordering a piece of rope and some cups from us, we will happily attach them for you. But please get in touch  before placing your order, as we need to discuss things with you first, such as how much droop you'll need and other technicalities. 

We charge £4.50 per end with our fittings.

Otherwise, please go ahead and add your rope and your cups to your basket as seperate items if you're going to fit them yourself.

 

TYPICAL USES:

 

  • Decking and garden landscaping
  • Handrails and stair ropes
  • Cordons and barriers
  • Model: nickel black cup
  • Manufactured by: ropelocker

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