Rando Dry 8 mm x 20 m

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Rando Dry 8 mm x 20 m
Manufacturer Beal
Page By Diego SahagĂșn
Page Type Jun 6, 2002 / Jun 6, 2002
Object ID 352
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At 37 g per meter or 1.29 oz per yard, it takes little space, but it holds the load. On snow patches, steep passages, mountain walking and ski-mountaneering, its properties add to your security. Other facts: 36 % of dynamic elongation, 1.3 % of sheath slippage, 32 bobbins. Also available in 30 m (98 ft 5.1 in) and 48 m (157 ft 5.8 in) lengths (with markings each 12 m or 39 ft 4.4 in to assist tieing-in).

20 m equals to 65 ft 7.4 in. Prices are those in Spain.

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Diego SahagĂșn - Jun 7, 2002 5:07 pm - Voted 5/5

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Great rope at least until have had a hard fall, I've used this rope only for a team of 3-4 climbers over easy glaciers. It was not a very safe case: for mountain and icefall use, clipping 2 strands is essential. It's advisable to read the instruction booklet before use and be learnt about rope methods.


pippo52 - Sep 8, 2004 11:24 am - Voted 2/5

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I suggest to use the 30 m rope.

20 metres can be too short.

This rope isn't an half rope. Don't use it climbing on rock or ice

steste - Jun 22, 2008 5:50 am - Voted 4/5

Light and strong....
.... for being a twin rope.
Very nice for snow walking, easy glacier crossing and ski-touring. Agree with pippo52 : better to have the 30m.

OJ Loenneker - Oct 18, 2009 12:45 am - Voted 5/5

Duplicate?
There is already another Beal Rando review on this site.

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