Spiders have eight legs, right? It’s strange then that Boxer Tools named their six-legged bungee cord after a spider. Why not name it after an insect, like an ant? Ants are mighty strong for their size.
Slightly more expensive and versatile than a single bungee cord, yet less expensive than a cargo net, the Spider bungee cord lies somewhere in between. This bungee lets you anchor your cargo at six different points, making it useful for tying down larger or odd-shaped objects.
Six 18″ arms connect to a ring to form the Spider. Each arm has a 8mm premium-grade rubber core that stretches to 150% of its unstressed length. An abrasion-resistant nylon jacket protects the core. Boxer makes the hooks of heavy-duty spring steel and coats them with PVC.
You can pick up a Spider bungee cord for about $4.