Stealth Antenna Cord
Manufactured just for SOTAbeams, this nylon cord has been designed to have a low visual signature. The weave is a dark olive green (50m lengths) or dark olive green and brown (200m lengths). At 2.4mm (0.1 inches) it's thin enough to pass unnoticed but with a breaking strain of 45kg (100 lbs) it's strong enough for most antenna jobs. Hard wearing and lightweight it's just perfect for those occasions when you don't want your antenna to be detected.
Supplied on a spool in a generous 50m (160ft) length, it's brilliant (but in a truly under-stated way!). Stealth Cord is also available on 200m reels.
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One 'complaint' - once its up in the air you just can't see it! Incredibly strong, light, 'invisible' and I now use it for all my home wire antennas. Perfect!
This stuff is great, strong, made of colours which don't stand out and nice and thin.
I ordered lots of length.More than adequate for my QRP antenna's.It exhibits good tensile strength.
Very strong and inconspicuous cord used for supporting my end fed wire antenna. I’m currently using it in s temporary situation just tied around the angle iron if a K bracket. It’s done a great job so far! Great service as usual from Sotabeams.
I used this cord as guy wires for my inv L antenna and was surprised at how little it stretches. I did burn the ends with a match to prevent any frailing, but that normal. Sofar, its taken the strain of holding up my vertical pole and am very happy with my purchase.
I used this to suspend my linear loaded dipole from, just the job!
This cord was ideal for the last two antenna projects, it
proved to be very strong and with low visual impact.
An excellent product that I use for /P.
Currently, I am also upgrading my antennas to a more 'neighbour friendly' profile at my home QTH. Using a SotaPole at 10m ASL and SOTABeams thin Antenna Wire, this cord does the job.
I am very pleased with this product and I recommend it without hesitation.
Met my needs. Lightweight and strong. Relatively 'invisible'.