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Petzl CLUB 10mm

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Petzl CLUB 10mm

Semi-static 10 mm diameter rope designed for caving and canyoning, offers good handling and great durability.  Also available in a 9mm variation (Petzl PUSH 9mm). Scroll down for more information.

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Description

Petzl CLUB 10mm

Semi-static 10 mm diameter rope designed for caving and canyoning, offers good handling and great durability.  Also available in a 9mm variation (Petzl PUSH 9mm).

Detailed description

Description

  • Good flexibility and handling:
    – EVERFLEX treatment: special treatment and weave improve the rope’s consistency; offers excellent grip and consistent handling over time
    – solid handling: thanks to its structure and diameter, the CLUB rope allows excellent control of the descent and is therefore adapted to all levels of user
  • Great durability:
    – diameter and structure favor durability
    – remains flexible to help improve durability
    – length includes a margin to compensate for rope shrinkage during the first uses
  • Great variety of uses:
    – for caving, canyoning and installation of a fixed rope

Specifications

  • Diameter: 10 mm
  • Certification(s): CE EN 1891 type A, UIAA
  • Breaking strength: 28 kN
  • Strength tied with figure-eight knot: 16 kN
  • Impact force (factor 0,3): 4,8 kN
  • Number of factor 1,77 falls: 10
  • Weight per meter: 69 g
  • Construction: 32 carrier
  • Percentage of sheath: 41 %
  • Static elongation: 3 %
  • Color: orange
  • Guarantee: 3 years
  • € 1.65 € 1.49 incl. VAT (€ 1.24 excl. VAT) per meter
  • Lengths available:
    • 40 meter
    • 60 meter
    • 70 meter
    • 200 meter

Additional information

Length

40 meter, 60 meter, 70 meter, 100 meter, 200 meter

1 review for Petzl CLUB 10mm

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have got a massive experience of the Petzl 9 mm and 10 mm. I can say that both worth the price (a medium-low price in the European market). The 9 mm is very delicate but very light. The 10 mm is heavy but very resistant (I use it with clients). I used the first one to do canyoning with colleagues or people very skilled in managing frictions. After almost 2 years I can say that I am satisfied. I abandoned Dana’s 9mm: they last longer but not so much more than this, if used carefully.

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