You're not seeing double - this unique Dual CamJam really does feature a cam locking buckle with not one, but two integrated cam mechanisms. This Dual CamJam allows the user to create their tie down or connection solution with most 1" webbing.
The Dual CamJam 1" Webbing Tensioner is the ultimately versatile tie down tool that allows you to create your own tie down or connection solution with most 1" webbing. With two cam locking mechanisms integrated into the proprietary zinc alloy body, you can add this buckle to almost any 1" flat or tubular webbing to create the most versatile tie down system you'll ever use.
Your customized system can be used in two ways: a fixed end configuration or a traditional loop configuration. Watch our How To video in the video tab above to see them in action.
In the fixed end configuration, make a loop in one end of your webbing to attach it to an anchor point while the loose end can then be placed over or looped around your gear and around the other anchor point. A unique advantage of the Dual CamJam is that Cam 1 allows you to easily slide it onto the webbing and to adjust the buckle placement easily and securely within your configuration. Then complete your configuration by wrapping the strap around your load and other anchor point and insert the webbing end through Cam 2 to easily tension the load in place. This set up uses half as much webbing as traditional tie down straps which function in a looped configuration. Another major unique advantage of this configuration is that you are able to create a 3-to-1 mechanical advantage. For example, you only need to apply 50 pounds of force to achieve a 150 pound result - a great advantage over using more complicated ratcheting cam straps.
This tough and durable Dual CamJam buckle has a working load rating of 600 pounds, though; your webbing may have a lower break strength, so always be sure to check the manufacturer's specs of your webbing, and do not exceed the stated working load limit. This tie down tool is ideal for hanging hammocks, securing oddly shaped loads, locking down gear, and much more.