Had a customer ask recently, "why all the fancy toys? It's only a bit of fencing!" Well when we roll out 140m of sheepwire and tension it in 1 minute 30 seconds with the SoloNet I'd say it's great idea -fantastic piece of equipment.

- Derrymore Agri Services, Ireland

First job out for our new SoloNet. An investment to make life easier and be more efficient while improving quality.
After listening to the staff wanting to find a way to make deer netting easier and quicker we purchased the SoloNet from Solo Fencing Systems
This allows us to reduce our time installing fences, while being able to use bigger rolls of wire and use less joiners. Which makes for an overall stronger fence while hopefully making life easier for the staff. Ideal for deer fencing and stock fencing alike, it is simple and easy to use

- Front Row Fencing, Lincolnshire, UK

First day out with the new SoloNet, cracking bit of kit, chalk and cheese to the old netter! 900m horse nett up with 11 full wrap around the strainers today no probs. 300m the longest pull which I expected to make it groan on horse nett but to my surprise did it with little complaint.

- PDR Contracting, Essex, UK

Hooking up the SoloNet …….takes under 60 seconds, dropping off the same. Makes road transport easier and safer

- PDR Contracting, Essex

We've been using our new SoloNet with deer netting clamps on a large contract. The time saving is incredible. The SoloNet itself is very robustly made and well thought out.
Solo Fencing Systems delivered the machine out to us and helped set it up. Get rid of your old netter and get one of these!

- Starveacre Fencing, Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK

Getting to grips today with the new SoloNet hydraulic wire puller . Thought the old netter was quick, but this is a step forward again. Pulling 4ft tornado equinet today, but the new puller can now manage up to 6ft netting, without the need of the old manual clamp. - Moss Contracting, UK

We have just moved to a SoloNet and got to say I should have done it sooner ..! Great machine for the money really pleased with it... - Front Row Fencing, Lincs, UK

Hedge pleached. Double fenced. First fence job with the new SoloNet. All goodNicholas Evans, UK

If you have a digger, get a 2m SoloNet on a 360, really versatile machine. Handy if you need to put wire up on backside of posts as you can reach over the top to unroll and tighten. - Gareth Amos, UK

We’ve just received our first SoloNet system yesterday and very pleased with it! Good and versatile for tensioning into the hard to get places.Michel Dickie, UK

Based in the Yorkshire Dales we found ourselves needing a labour saving way to put up stock netting on hilly and sometimes inaccessible terrain, having looked at various options we hired in a SoloNet. I would say the SoloNet increased the speed at which we could erect stock netting by more than 50% on level ground and up to 70% on uneven and hilly ground. The fact that it works on both sides makes it well suited to our hill conditions where you cannot always dictate which side the net is rolled out.
The machine can carry 2x 500m rolls which means a kilometre of fencing has a lot less joins (a real time and money saver) than with the 100 meter rolls we used to carry by hand and as the net rolls out vertically against the posts there is less chance of it snagging when you are straining up, also the net runs through the clamp vertically when you are joining rolls so is a real back saver, you just set the height and it presents the wire in an efficient way to join the next roll of net, this way the net is also kept out of the mud.
This all makes the job is a lot less physical and more enjoyable, the lads were much keener to put net up once we had the SoloNet on the job.
Hand tools are expensive, strainers etc all add up and are easily lost, the cost of tools goes a long way towards a SoloNet which is well priced and cost effective. I was also impressed by the build quality, and the grade of the steel used feels heavy duty and long-lasting.
In my opinion, it’s a must have machine if you’re constructing a lot of stock net, especially if you’re putting up deer net.

- S. P. Ground Care, North Yorkshire, UK