Mammut Sensor 10mm
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Mammut's 10mm Sensor Duodess Rope is the first rope with both visual and tactile markings that allow you to know exactly how much rope you have left. When approaching the middle and ends of the rope, the threads not only change color, but also change diameter so you can feel the end coming before it arrives. The superDRY finish keeps dirt and water away from the core of your rope for a long and healthy life.
- Mountain Gear
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mammut Sensor 10.0mm Rope FEATURES of the Mammut Sensor 10.0mm Rope The first rope with both visual and tactile markings Markings allow both belayer and climber to see and feel that they are coming close to the end or middle of the rope SuperDRY finish gives long-lasting resistance to dirt and water SPECIFICATIONS of the Mammut Sensor 10.0mm Rope Weight: 67 g/m UIAA-falls (1 strand 80 kg) 9-11 Sheath slippage: 0 mm Impact force: 8.9 kN Elongation with 80 kg: 8.5% Elongation at 1st drop (fall): 30% Proportion of sheath: 38% ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
With its innovative BiCo Sense Technology, the Mammut Sensor SuperDry Climbing Rope brings a new level of safety and rope awareness to the climbing world. Not only does the bi-pattern provide a visual indication of the middle of the rope, but thicker yarns allow you to actually feel when you're nearing the middle or end of the cord, which means you can be aware of the rope without ever removing your eyes from the climber. Plus, the 10mm diameter and SuperDry finish make this cord ideal for everything from epic gym sessions to whipping off your project at the sport crag.
The first of its kind in the world, the Mammut Sensor 10 mm climbing rope uses both visual and tactile markings on the middle and ends of the rope for greater safety. Its superDRY treatment also keeps dirt and water out to extend the rope's life. No wonder the Sensor was a 2012 OutDoor INDUSTRY AWARD winner!
Mammut's Sensor Rope 10mm is an absolute world first the 10.0 Sensor is the first rope with both visual and sensible markings. These markings allow both belayer and climber to see and feel that they are coming close to the end or middle of the rope. The BiCo Sense technology is therefore an important safety feature, since it allows the belayer looking up to the climber to be aware when he or she is paying out rope beyond the middle or is reaching the end of the rope when lowering the climber. This feature will be particularly appreciated by gym climbers and sport climbers. The 10.0 Sensor is also equipped with the superDRY finish, giving the rope long-lasting resistance to dirt and water.