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Aoneky 8 mm 32 ft Static Outdoor Rock Climbing Rope
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Aoneky Rock Climbing Rope - Perfect for Climbing, Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Caving, Engineering, Expansion
Strong and durable
High quality polyester material, strong and durable, heavy duty rot and tear resistant, Nylon has low coefficient of friction, longer life span.
One hook in the end of the rope
This hook will help you a lot when you climbing or use for engineering, expansion etc.
4 colors for you to select - Yellow / Blue / Red / Black
Bright colors to improve your recognition, when faced with danger, others will soon find you in the distance.
Length: 32FT, 49FT, 65FT, 98FT, 131FT, 164FT, 200FT
1×Aoneky climbing rope
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Otherwise this rope should do fine for what I bought it for and I could see it being useful to haul things or hanging a tire swing, etc.
The supplied carabiners are complete garbage. They have sharp exposed edges and threads that could damage a real climbing rope and lead to an equipment failure and you can imagine what that looks like at 50 to 100ft off of the ground! On top of that, they don't have any CE markings and more concerning still, no Kn rating stamp. Everything you use for climbing should be designed to absorb the force that is generated by a fall and should have a Kn rating demonstrating it has been tested to withstand such force.
If this company is willing to misrepresent a static rope as a climbing rope and provide equipment not rated for climbing as climbing equipment, do you really want to trust your life to their $20 rope.
This rope is really bad. Fine for some back yard stuff, but I can't recommend it for any serious climbing. The sheath and core slip against each other (milking) very easily. This results in some areas of the rope being very stiff while others are limp. This makes it difficult to belay or even to coil the rope. Don't bet your life on cheap ropes.