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Edelweiss O-Flex Standard Climbing Rope - 10.2mm

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Surprisingly supple handling.

Edelweiss' O-Flex Standard Climbing Rope will serve you well in the gym whether you're a beginner or an expert. An innovative O-Flex design helps this rope feel more flexible and supple than most 10.2mm ropes. Instead of the standard paired braiding, this rope's HD Cover braids each thread separately for an impressive edge-resistance as well as a smooth surface that glides through carabiners.

  • HD Cover
  • O-Flex
  • Item #EDL000W

Tech Specs

Type
single
Diameter
10.2 mm
Static Elongation
9.5%
Dynamic Elongation
35%
Impact Force
8.2 kN
UIAA Falls
8
Sheath Construction
HD Cover, O-Flex
Claimed Weight
65 g/m
Recommended Use
gym climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Great gym rope!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I really like how supple this rope is - I almost wish my outdoor ropes felt like this one. It's durable (been leading off it 3x a week for about 8-10 months, and it's just now starting to show wear at the ends).

Good gym rope

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Been using this rope as a gymrope and for general use where it comes in handy, like as a toprope anchor. The rope handles well, but felt a bit stiff in the beginning, and works well with both an ATC and Grigri. The biggest problem with this rope is all the twisting and pigtailing. I have never experienced pigtailing this bad with any other rope i have used. The rope feels and looks very thin for a 10,2 rope, and it seems to be about the same thikness of a Mammut Tusk (9,8). Sheath wear has been good, and the rope has minimal fraying after about 30-40 gym sessions with extensive top roping. If you can get a good deal on this rope, I would recommend it, but otherwise i would recommend a cheaper rope.