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Will cats magnetic teather work on axys pro rmk? Thinking sounds nicer than a polaris teather.
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It will work, but only for the 20% of guys who actually wear them. 80% will still be hooked to the riser.

These numbers gained from an online survey we did a couple years ago.

We see a need for the cordless tether, not because the corded don't work, it is because most guys hate to use them.

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Yeah I don't put on till off trail but don't feel safe with out it on. Have always used polaris one but have had few freeze up in winter and not work so I'm looking for a better idea than get in woods and factory one is making sled cut out so have to disconnect again
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I'm sold on tethers. I've seen what happens when they are not used.

My only problem is with my cordless teth-air...when it randomly cuts out at intermittent and strange times. Sled totally shuts off. Usually starts right back up again though.
Yes, my antennae is right at the throttle, fresh batteries, the wristband is not buried under my sleeve.
I got stuck once during the 16-17 season on a climb in steep timber because the teth-air shot me down. Was a BAD stick and a rough situation with dangerous terrain below me. I disconnected it right on the spot and haven't used it since.

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Its hard, you really got to get people trained up on them. I make the stock POO tether cord into a loop on the end and have it hooked on my throttle hand wrist from the second i head down the trail until I get home. Ive run myself over SOOO many times. and even with traditional tethers just hooked to your jacket you can easily be under your track and it not pulled. Ask me how I know.

With them wrapped like that it helps eat up some extra length as well, this way it stays short and tight to my wrist so its behind the bars and doesnt snag branches but can also pull with ease if need be.

As for the cat one, right now its more finding out if its a normally open switch (like cat has been using) if so then you should be good to go.
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My only problem is with my cordless teth-air...when it randomly cuts out at intermittent and strange times. Sled totally shuts off. Usually starts right back up again though.
Yes, my antennae is right at the throttle, fresh batteries, the wristband is not buried under my sleeve.
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Its hard, you really got to get people trained up on them. I make the stock POO tether cord into a loop on the end and have it hooked on my throttle hand wrist from the second i head down the trail until I get home. Ive run myself over SOOO many times. and even with traditional tethers just hooked to your jacket you can easily be under your track and it not pulled. Ask me how I know.

With them wrapped like that it helps eat up some extra length as well, this way it stays short and tight to my wrist so its behind the bars and doesnt snag branches but can also pull with ease if need be.

As for the cat one, right now its more finding out if its a normally open switch (like cat has been using) if so then you should be good to go.

^^ this I also put it around the handle bar when I get off. most times on the throttle side but around the brake side when I lock it to remind me to not waste a belt over a locked brake.
I do have a 2019 mt cat sitting in the shop right now and the cord is a lot shorter this year.
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An interesting thing about a magnetic tether. Our first project on a tether was to make it easier to use. We attached a magnet to our sled jackets and another to the loose end of a standard corded tether. This way there was no hook to attach when taking off our gloves wasn't ideal, when riding in a blizzard for example. It worked pretty well but we needed really strong magnets that would not break apart before pulling the cord off the switch. It was nice just to bring both magnets near each other and they would hook up automatically. Pulling apart was easy enough too, just a little harder than pulling the cord off the switch. We abandoned the idea when it became a nuisance due to the magnet sticking to every steel surface we brushed by such as when climbing into the truck. Ideally we should have had the magnetic coupling just in the center of the cord so we unclipped and left the magnet with the machine after riding.

I would still like to see this on the market.
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An interesting thing about a magnetic tether. Our first project on a tether was to make it easier to use. We attached a magnet to our sled jackets and another to the loose end of a standard corded tether. This way there was no hook to attach when taking off our gloves wasn't ideal, when riding in a blizzard for example. It worked pretty well but we needed really strong magnets that would not break apart before pulling the cord off the switch. It was nice just to bring both magnets near each other and they would hook up automatically. Pulling apart was easy enough too, just a little harder than pulling the cord off the switch. We abandoned the idea when it became a nuisance due to the magnet sticking to every steel surface we brushed by such as when climbing into the truck. Ideally we should have had the magnetic coupling just in the center of the cord so we unclipped and left the magnet with the machine after riding.

I would still like to see this on the market.
I may be wrong,
I believe the cat tether is a magnetic switch vs a plunger or physical button, not held on by the magnet.
Brilliant idea, a sealed unit will never have snow/ice issues!


Attached pic. Looks like tabs on the tether lock on to the sled.
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