BlueWater Ropes 9.4mm Dominator


Diameter 9.4 mm
Grams Per Meter 55
Impact Force 8.3 kN / 6.6 kN half
UIAA Falls Held 7 / 16 half
Static Elongation 4.2%
Dynamic Elongation 32%
Sheath Slippage 0 mm
Sheath Mass 36%

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

As one of the lightest certified Single ropes on Earth, the BlueWater 9.4 mm Dominator is now also certified as a Half rope. This cord sets a new lightweight standard for redpoints, onsights, or any terrain where every gram matters. Double 'em up for the ultimate in versatility.


BlueWater Ropes 9.4mm 60 meter Dominator is one of the lightest certified single ropes on earth and is now also certified as a half rope. This cord is double dry treated so it won t soak up water weight and has a bi-color sheath to help you quickly identify the middle point.Specs:Diameter: 9.4 mmGrams per meter: 55Impact Force: 8.3 kNUIAA falls held: 7Static Elongation: 4.2 percentDynamic Elongation: 32 percentSheath Slippage: 0 mmSheath Mass: 36 percentCloseout

- Second Ascent

When it's time to go light and fast, uncoil your Blue Water Dominator 9.4mm Double Dry Rope and send the second pitch in record time without sacrificing on safety. Built to tackle your next redpoint or ice project, this rope features a tightly woven, double-pick sheath and is double-dry treated to avoid picking up a bunch of extra water weight. An impact force of 8.29kN means you don't have to worry about absurd g-forces when if crux sends you for a ride.


Since the foundation of a rope is its nylon fibers, BlueWater sources only the best available filaments. The 9.4 mm Dominator Dry Rope is a great lightweight all-around rope for redpoints, onsights, or any terrain where every gram matters - and they can be doubled up for added versatility.

- Mountain Gear

BlueWater Ropes 9.4mm Dominator

previously retailed for:
$107.54 - $320.95

The BlueWater Ropes 9.4mm Dominator is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 30, 2015 at RockCreek.

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