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Trango Diamond Climbing Rope - 9.4mm

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For diamonds in the rough.

Pack Trango's Diamond 9.4mm Climbing Rope for longer approaches in search of lost-but-not-forgotten classics. A 9.4mm diameter slims this rope for a lighter hike, and despite its skinniness, the Diamond stays as solid as thicker ropes with a high UIAA fall rating for projecting faraway climbs. Trango treated this rope's sheath to resist moisture and abrasion, and there's a middle marker for quicker rappels.

  • Sheath Dry
  • Middle marker
  • Item #TRG001P

Tech Specs

9.4 mm
Dry Treatment
yes, sheath
Static Elongation
5.5 %
Dynamic Elongation
34 %
Impact Force
7.9 kN
UIAA Falls
Center Mark
Claimed Weight
59.1 g/m
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Nice rope; minor issues

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got the 70m this rope in October 2017, primarily for multipitch, hard leads, and longer/safer rappels. I also have a 40m gym cord and a 60m rope. I'm quite satisfied with it. It feels slinky clipping on long pitches and ones with lots of gear to clip, and is reassuringly solid at belays, rappels, edges, etc. It has one of the lowest impact forces of ropes that I compared.

Pros: light; skinny; handles well; very economical (it was one of the cheaper ropes, plus on sale); I like the light lime-green color esthetically.

Cons: the sheath seems to wear quickly, despite the sheath treatment. I've used it moderately for a year now, and the sheath has fuzzed and gotten burrs much more quickly than other ropes of mine; it kinks a bit: it stretches a LOT under the static load of a falling/hanging climber, enough to make decking while TRing a concern close to the deck, and enough that a hangdogging climber loses more height; the midpoint marking is only a few inches long and hard to find despite it being black on a lime-green sheath.

I am very happy with the Trango Diamond for its purpose: lightweight stuff.
Most of my partners have 9.8s so mine is a go-to for MP and hard routes. It is not the best for lots of toproping or sport projecting. For contrast, it looks almost as worn as my 60m Mammut Serenity (8.9/8.7mm) that is 6 years old, and feels about as thick and heavy. I recommend this rope for more advanced climbers; we'll see if it is durable enough to be a really good investment.

Great Multi Pitch Rope

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have primarily been using the rope for multi pitching and absolutely love it. It slides through ATC's and Gri Gri's easily, has a very noticeable middle marker, and the dry treatment gives me confidence when the heavens decide to open up. I haven't projected on it much, but from what I can tell, it would work just fine for that durability wise!

If you’re looking into ropes and are looking for a recommendation, give me a call or shoot me an email and I’d be happy to help you out with some recommendations. I have climbed on a lot of ropes on the site and have feedback to share about them!

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