This new material is stronger than steel AND more versatile than duct tape

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Meet Braeön – The World’s Strongest and Most Adaptable Material It’s tested & proven to withstand extreme force and conditions. LITERALLY as strong as steel, as flexible as rope and as malleable as putty.

According to its Kickstarter page:

Braeön is a high strength, lightweight plastic ribbon that molecularly fuses to itself in a matter of seconds. Simply heat, press and repeat to form the plastic into any desired shape. Once cooled, the self-bonding plastic hardens, creating a bond as strong as steel.

A lighter and more versatile alternative to rope, Braeön’s patent pending design is a staple for all outdoor enthusiasts and has a place in every kitchen drawer, tool box and backpack. Create custom grips, handles, and harnesses in seconds. Tow equipment, gear and toys with ease. Brave every adventure with Braeön.

Designed to be:

  • Strong as Steel but Light Like a Feather
  • Malleable and Reformable at Low Temperatures
  • Adaptable to Most Scenarios
  • Moisture Resistant and Paintable
  • Excellent in Extreme Cold Weather

  • Shorty Stuff

    After looking at their videos and pledge amounts, it looks like it’s going to cost about $1 per foot. Probably not a bad deal if it holds up to it’s promises.

  • reagangs

    KInda reminds me of Kevlar and the body armor at the time.