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    Big Wall Rope - 8.9mm x 50m, 80m or 100m

    € 155.98

    Designed for climber looking to perform at big wall climbing

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    SKU: S156260 (2044890)
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    Product benefits
    1. Durability
      Sheath with Longlife treatment: Dirt, water and abrasion resistant
    2. Ergonomic grip
      Thin making it smoother, lighter. Check for compatibility with belay device
    3. Stretch
      Absorbs fall force extremely well thanks to low impact force of 7.8 kN
    4. Lightweight
      Lightweight
      The lightest single rope in the Simond range weighing 54 g / m
    5. Versatility
      Versatility
      Complies with 3 dynamic rope standards:Single / Half / Twin
    Details
    • Stds / Certif.
      CE / EN 892 / UIAA
    • Length
      80m / 100m
    Product feature
    1. Longlife treatment:
      Special treatment that increases the rope's lifespan and prevents water and dirt seepage.Greater resistance to wear
    2. Ultrasound finishing:
      Deterioration of rope ends is no longer an issue thanks to this new ultrasound fusion process.
    3. Middle marking:
      Middle mark for greater safety and making rope handling easier
    4. Weight:
      54 g/m
    5. Number of falls:
      5 / 15 / 37
    6. Impact force:
      7.8 / 5.9 / 9 kN
    7. Dynamic elongation:
      36 / 32,3 / 28 %
    8. Static elongation:
      9,2 / 9,2 / 5,4 %
    9. Sheath slippage:
      0 mm
    10. Number of spindles:
      40
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide (PA)
    2. Approved by
      Team SIMOND mountaineers, climbers, climbing instructors and mountain guides
    3. Storage advice
      Use a rope bag, to reduce rope wear and coiling Do not store in the boot of the car in high temperatures Avoid all contact with chemical products Dry before storing (away from UV rays)
    4. Product catchline
      This rope has two key features: it's fluid and lightweight. Complies with 3 dynamic rope standards:single, half and twin.
    5. Lab tested
      Designed by our teams in the Chamonix valley (France), at the foot of the Mont Blanc, all our ropes are lab tested, certified to guarantee their mechanical features. Our technical partners test them in the field to validate product claims.
    Product reviews
    4.3 / 5
    4 reviews
    4 users recommend this product
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    • Bargain

      17/08/2018
      Sean (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      For the money excellent rope. Light and slick for clipping/belaying, seems durable for a skinny single
    • sport climbing rope.

      01/07/2018
      Steve (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Does what it says on the tin.
      Excellent service from Decathlon
    • Inexpensive but not at all durable

      15/11/2017
      STEPHEN (United Kingdom)
      Used for 7 to 12 months
      I purchased a 100m edge rope in March. Two sport climbing trips and a few weekend uses on crags in the UK and it's fragility became apparent. The sheath wore terribly in several places. In one small spot where there was a small amount of sheath furring I could see through to the core... Not good.

      I have several other ropes of a similar diameter, at least four years old that have fared better than this. It is all the more unexpected given how durable the manufacturer claims the rope to be.

      However Decathalon were outstanding in dealing with my concerns about the rope. Full marks for their excellent customer service. But I won't be buying a Simond rope again.
    • Best value skinny rope on the market

      16/01/2017
      Fraser (United Kingdom)
      Used for 3 to 6 months
      At £119 for a 100m, sub-9mm rope, this has to be the best value out there. It handles really well both when clipping and belaying, and seems to be relatively robust. It's not as soft as a Beal Joker, which is no bad thing in my opinon, and I think I now prefer the Simond. Apart from carting around the weight of 100m of rope, it's an excellent choice. (breaks fine with a Grigri 2)
      Great handling & value, robust, skinny.
      Nothing so far.