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Flyer II 10.2 mm x 60 m

Average Rating = 4.17/5 Average Rating : 4.17 out of 5
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Flyer II 10.2 mm x 60 m
Manufacturer: Beal

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The Beal Flyer II is lightweight workhorse of a rope that you can jug up, aid on, fix, or just plain ol climb on. Durable without being too fat to belay easily, the Flyer II is a great all around rope for beginners or experienced climbers alike. Features: Excellent balance between weight and durability. Middle-of-the-road diameter keeps the weight down while holding many falls Uses: Multi-purpose climbing PERFORMANCE Single rope - UIAA - CE Number of bobbins: 48 Weight per metter: 64 g Impact force Laboratory: 7.25-7.40 kN Impact force BEAL Guaranty: 7.40 kN Number of UIAA Falls Laboratory: 11 Number of UIAA Falls BEAL Guaranty: 10 Sheath slippage: 0 mm Extension during the first fall: 38 Static elongation: 9.6

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not very durable 2 out of 5 stars

Review by: erockrings, 2007-08-18

nice feel and soft catches, however, the core went super soft all over after what seemed like only a moderate amount of abuse compared to what my previous rope has sustained. won't buy another one...

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: patto, 2006-04-30

Great rope. All my climbing friends love it too!

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: nicecatchblankelnino, 2006-03-28

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: moss1956, 2005-06-28

It has a really supple hand and a soft catch. The sheath is not as durable as other ropes I have had. After a year my first one developed a defect in the sheath near the midpoint and had to be retired. My second one had the sheath come detached from the core after about 6 months of use. After that I got a Booster. Its lasted a lot longer than either of the Flyers, and its thinner, and has the same soft catch. The sheath on the Booster is a little coarser than the sheath on the Flyer, which I think makes it more durable.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: bootie, 2005-05-23

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