SUREswivel – The revolutionary, tangle free pet tie-out

Before leaving on my trip I knew it was essential for my dogs‘ safety to be able to secure them.  Since I want everything in a tool, my demands for the apparatus were set high.  It needed to be able to be quickly mounted and dismounted, needed to swivel to keep from tying my two dogs into a knot, and needed to be compact enough to be able to hike with.  After doing hours of research on options, non of which met all my criteria, I decided I was just going to build my own.

While researching fixtures necessary for my custom canine retention system I stumbled across the SUREswival.  How had I missed this before?!  At first it seemed too good to be true, but since I was very short on time, I gave it a shot.  Once it was in my hand and tested, it far exceeded all of my expectations!

After traversing over 13,500 miles in 54 days, crossing four national boarders, and exploring a vast array of scenery; one thing is certain, the SUREswival is an essential asset for any adventuring dog owner, especially if you have multiple canine friends.

Not only is it exceptionally light, compact, and structurally sound; it’s also extremely versatile with endless possibilities!  Not using it to secure your furry little companions?  Got a significant other that always walks off when you’re talking?  Not any more!  Latch them in and share the most attentive conversation of your relationship.  Heck, you can even carry it to parties to secure that wondering, overly inebriated, party animal.

During my trip I used it constantly.  It was hard mounted to my bed setup, yet was easily removable for set it up when I got to campsites or rest stops.  I even had plans to make a trailer hitch mount, but ran out of time before departing GA.  Through all of this use, the SUREswival stood strong and performed amazingly well.  I feel quite certain in saying there is nothing on the market that can come close to the SUREswivel.

This marvelous little invention can be attached to anything: the ground, a truck’s toolbox, side of a camper/RV, a porch, and whatever else your ingenious little mind can come up with.  It’s also so light that it’s a great option for backpacking dog safety.  When in bear country it’s common for our furry friends to run off, find a cuddly teddy bear, make it not so cuddly, and come running back to camp for with the not so cuddly bear fast on it’s rear.  Instead of encountering an agitated Pooh, quickly secure the SUREswivel and your pooch while you set up camp to ensure your hairy hound has room to roam, but refrains from wondering off until you’re ready for adventuring.

Yep, it's true.  The stakes are very well designed.  Any backpacker can tell you that.  They hold very well.  Tried VERY hard to pull out the mounted place vertically, which would be the easiest way(and a way your dog can't pull), and it didn't budge, at all!

Yep, it’s true. The stakes are very well designed. Any backpacker can tell you that. They are a high friction design and hold very well. I tried extremely hard to pull out the mounted SUREswival vertically, which would be the easiest way(and a way your dog can’t pull), and it didn’t budge, at all!

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Happy and safe puppy = happy and safe owner

Happy and safe puppy = happy and safe owner

Karma and Apollo enjoying our haven high up the Colorado mountains.

Karma and Apollo enjoying our haven high up the Colorado mountains.

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SUREswivel letting the pups roam while keeping them out of the freezing waters of Flathead Lake.

Enjoying the beautiful MT scenery.

SUREswivel letting the pups roam while keeping them out of the freezing waters of Flathead Lake.

SUREswivel letting the pups roam while keeping them out of the freezing waters of Flathead Lake.

Apollo checking out the SUREswivel while playing at FLathead Lake, MT.

Apollo checking out the SUREswivel while playing at FLathead Lake, MT.  Yep, he approves.

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