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a good tool to have, I personally do not use them outdoors but I use them at my job at a climbing wall when I am setting to adjust where my body is relative to the wall. But I have recently seen another device that did the same job but was adjustable on a cinch able pulley, made the daisy chain look like a dinosaur. Anyways I prefer sling outside to anchor in just cause I don't like the idea of the daisy chain loops snapping and creating a domino effect that snaps all the loops into one large loop, thus creating enormous amounts of extension and possible shock loading the system. Kinda a worst case scenario that I'm not even sure that would happen but yeah, I trust sewn runners/sling outside cuase they're simple though not as easily adjusted.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The 27 kN strength of the titan webbing is glorious. That's over 1000 pounds of additional strength! Furthermore it will be more resistant to abrasion than a typical dyneema daisy chain. The Titan line has been gradually replacing my previous webbing products and I can't be happier.
Good, Double Usage
I double daisy chains as hammock straps but do be very carful!