Legendary longline kit! First pieces of Zen kit left our workshop in 2013 and thousands of slackliners fell in love with this piece of gear since then. If you no longer enjoy ratchets trust your feelings and go for Zen. It’ll help you to get along the longline world.
The Zen kit brings a completely new slackline tensioning method - using Tandem FX makes tensioning and loosing the webbing up to 60 m really easy. And that’s a fair distance!
We invented the Zen kit and started selling it in 2013, and it became a legend since then. It combines the advantages of a pulley system (such as low weight and great efficiency), but is still relatively affordable. Newly, we indroduced Zen Pro and Zen De Luxe with Rollex pulley which allows you to rig even 100m longlines with Zen Kit. Pretty awesome, right?
Tandem FX is basically a pulley system that uses light strap pulley instead of rope. There is an integrated miniature weblock in the Tandem (strength of over 5 tonnes!) so anchoring and pretensioning is just a matter of minutes.
Tandem efficiency is quite surprising relative to its weight of slightly over one kilo. One man is capable of tensioning the line before “shackle” is said. Are you keen on learning more about Tandem? Check this page.
EQB Zen is available in three variants of 35, 50 and 60 m. Designed, tested, and made with no compromise in the Czech Republic.
If you are looking for something even longer, check ZEN Pro longline kit.
Zen kit includes:
- Length 35 m / 50 m / 60 m
- Width 25 mm
- Weight 3650 g / 5170 g / 5690 g
- WLL 6 kN
- Breaking Strength 20 kN
Pulley system is an amazing thing, no argument here. The Zen set however allows tensioning to a fair distance without spending too much on your gear. On the top of that, Tandem weight is so low hardly any pulley system could compete with that.
Due to absence of slackline legal regulations, no manufacturer including ourselves is allowed to say their products are suitable for highline. Products with breaking strength above 30 kN are commonly used in highline however it is imperative to familiarise yourself with all safety measurements as well as to be experienced enough before taking such steps.