- Excellent balance between weight and durability
- Low impact force and high number of falls sustained
- Half rope - use in sets of two for technical use
|Number of Bobbins||40|
|Weight Per Metre||48g|
|Guaranteed Impact Force||5.1kN|
|Guaranteed Number of Falls||16|
|Extension During 1st Fall||0.35|
|Warning||Rock and Alpine climbing are potentially hazardous and dangerous. Any person using our equipment in any manner is personally responsible for learning the proper techniques involved and that the equipment used is designed for the application. The purchaser accepts full and complete responsibility and liability for any and all damages and injury that may result from use of equipment bought from Bivouac Outdoor. Instruction should be sought from professionals in the safe use of this piece of equipment. This equipment is designed for recreational use and should not be used for industrial applications.|
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Questions on Beal Dry Cobra Rope 8.6mm
From Marielle on 14/08/11
- Would this rope be okay for a beginner starting top-rope climbing?
- Hi Marielle, I would suggest going with a single rope (rather than a half rope like the cobra) for top rope climbing. There are 3 models I would suggest looking at, the Flyer http://www.bivouac.co.nz/gear/climbing/ropes/beal-standard-flyer-ii-rope-10-2mm.html, the Edlinger http://www.bivouac.co.nz/gear/climbing/ropes/beal-edlinger-ii-rope-10-2mm.html or the Top Gun http://www.bivouac.co.nz/gear/climbing/ropes/beal-standard-top-gun-rope-10-5mm.html. These 3 ropes are better designed for use top roping and will take a higher number of falls. Thanks