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Old 21-04-2024, 12:19   #1
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Cheap Dyneema trampoline net from Amare, someone have that

Hi multihullers,

Does anyone of you using the super cheap dyneema trampoline net from Amare ?
https://store.armareropes.com/eng/re...ctInfoDetailed
Its super cheap with 19,50Euro per sqmwanna use the 15mm x 15mm so the net is 175 Euro for my FP Lavezzi 2m x 4,3m
Is it comfortable and ok?
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Cheap, comfortable and ok. You can only choose one.
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You had it or have it?
It looks exactly like my existing 15x15 in polyester but thats made out of dyneema, so less stretch. And if thats the case its all 3.
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You had it or have it?
It looks exactly like my existing 15x15 in polyester but thats made out of dyneema, so less stretch. And if thats the case its all 3.
Dyneema is only okay with an UV protective coating and then it isnt cheap anymore. Not comfortable when compared to the premium products either I recon.
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Dyneema is only okay with an UV protective coating and then it isnt cheap anymore. Not comfortable when compared to the premium products either I recon.

The vendor post said that it was coated with polyurethane. That can mean a range of things. It is also simple to recoat every 5 years or so.
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Old 21-04-2024, 18:08   #6
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There is a more expensive product from the US called UltraCross https://www.go2marine.com/Ultra-Cros...ull-Trampoline


We used (UC) this a few years ago, lasted well. It does not mention a poly coating. It is 3.1mm twine - I don't see the specs on the cheaper product.
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Thanks tin tin, indeed thats very expensive. I don‘t really need dyneema but for that price of Amare its a nice add on.
Well it’s 200Euro incl. shipping, I will give it a try…
If it last 5 years for 200Euro I am more then ok with it. I will expect white would change color so I go with silver grey.

I know someone here used it already, said it’s comfortable and posted as I saved the product link in my favorites but cannot find the actual thread anymore to ask how it lasted. Hoped he/she answered but didn’t till now…

Does anyone know how much 4mm rope I need for 1m of lashing of the net?
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Will be interested to know how it goes. Need to change our tramp soon and this looks good.
It is supplied without a hemline. Would you add this or just lash to the net?
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Will be interested to know how it goes. Need to change our tramp soon and this looks good.
It is supplied without a hemline. Would you add this or just lash to the net?
A polyester net definitely needs a bolt rope and 2-3 extra rows rolled up and lashed to it for edge strength. A Dyneema net probably not, though threading a 5mm double braided Dyneema-core polyester-cover line around the perimeter will make it easier to lash and will help distribute the lashing loads.
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Following... My net is still pretty good, but might need replacement down the road.
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A polyester net definitely needs a bolt rope and 2-3 extra rows rolled up and lashed to it for edge strength. A Dyneema net probably not, though threading a 5mm double braided Dyneema-core polyester-cover line around the perimeter will make it easier to lash and will help distribute the lashing loads.
My plan is to use 14mm rope just lashed through and end saw together as hemline through the 15x15 mesh. Won't be dynema as its the 15m part of my old 14mm mainsail 2:1 halyard that was always inside the mast and still looks like new. Perfect recycle for it.
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My plan is to use 14mm rope just lashed through and end saw together as hemline through the 15x15 mesh. Won't be dynema as its the 15m part of my old 14mm mainsail 2:1 halyard that was always inside the mast and still looks like new. Perfect recycle for it.
Great plan.
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Great plan.
Can I use 3mm dyneema to lash the trampoline net?
Feel like on tresasure hunt found by random the service opening for the bow floating chamber behind a panel when rooting a cable and previous owner stored a big ikea bag with a lot ropes there, nice also a collection of different length 3mm dyneema with blue cover from 10 till 60m, total about 200m…don‘t know brand and detailed spec but my berth neighbor is a race sailor and also the sailmaker that was here today confirmed it’s dyneema…floats.
Can I use this to lash the trampoline, strength should be plenty.
Other companies recommend 4 or 6mm polyester for lashing trampoline.
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Polyester is recommended because it does the job (4 passes) and is relatively inexpensive. You absolutely can use 3mm Dyneema, 2 passes will be plenty and use plenty of half hitches to tie off because it’s slippery.
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Dyneema on dyneema for lashing trampoline is fine, it hardly stretches and so you won't need to re-tighten every so often like poly or nylon.
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