Euro-rope skips across the big pond.
When the Ceuze first came out, European climbers purchased so many that Edelrid could never ship any to the states. Now, Edelrid's Ceuze 9.8mm Climbing Rope is here to send Wild Iris, Ten Sleep, and all the dusty limestone crags in the desert, and the included Caddy Light Rope Bag makes sure the Ceuze doesn't get dirty on the first day out. With a 9.8mm diameter, the Ceuze balances between lightness and strength for climbers with intermediate belaying skills. A cylindrical shape with a hole in the middle makes the Caddy Light super simple to coil and uncoil the rope after each climbing session.
- Climbing rope and rope bag ideal for sport climbing
- 9.8mm diameter balances strength and weight for intermediate climbers
- Middle mark assists with easy anchor rappels
- Cylindrical design makes this bag easy to pack and unpack
- Item #ELR004V
- Q & A
Suzie is a nice lady
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I got "Suzie", as affectionately named, because of the price and I expected to get what I paid for... but I got much more, this rope is excellent. I do most of my climbing in Utah and western Colorado or in gyms so I didn't see non-dry as a big issue. Ive sofar only used in the gym but after a few climbs and a few falls I can say that this rope feels very nice in both climbing and belaying it just has a nice smooth feel, the catch as is soft, but not too soft and all around it is very light feeling for a 9.8. Im excited to use this rope outside this spring and I will probably post an update. Only issue is that it only comes in a 60m and not a 70m
Why can I not find any information about this rope online?
no reviews, and worse is that the edelrid website doesnt even list it.
I have the same questions, its weird it doesn't have anything online. my guess is its an older model and thats why its not on edelrids website, it looks like its very similar to the boa spec wise.
Is this rope dry treated?
Hi Charles! No this rope is not dry treated. All our ropes will specify in the tech specs if they are dry treated.