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Apr 9, 2018
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I've been looking through methods and this is a promising one, so I wanted to know in what kind of store will I find the ratchet strap.
 
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Zzz
Apr 18, 2018
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what method is that? strangling yourself? seems kinda painful...but id assume from any hardware store...wish you the best
 
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Desolate

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Mar 26, 2019
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Walmart, Home Depot, home hardware. Literally any hardware store. I bought mine at Canadian tire, went home, tried and failed the night night method because I panicked last second. Ended up cutting the strap and fashioned it into a noose, failed at that too. Ended up in a psych ward for a week. Now here I am again considering buying the ratchet strap again because the strap itself seemed way more effective with losing consciousness then an ordinary rope
 
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Oct 27, 2018
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Recently bought 2 ratchet straps at Walmart, in the hardware/automotive section. I believe ratchet straps can be found at Home Depot, Lowes, maybe/probably Target and many other places. They aren't expensive either.

I'll be using the night night method and expect loss of consciousness to be swift. Check out the night night megathread. Member Kooz does an excellent job explaining this method.