Sterling Rope Sterling Powercord Cordelettes

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sterling Rope's Sterling Powercord Cordelettes page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Sterling Rope 6mm Powercord 18PowerCord is a 6mm accessory cord with a Technora core instead of the standard nylon core, which doubles the strength of a standard 6mm accessory cord. Technora is a high-strength, yet lightweight material making PowerCORD a great option for anchor building and haullines.Features18 lengthMBS 4271 lbs, 19.0 kNAssorted Colors

- US Outdoor Store

The PowerCord is a High strength (breaking strength of 4,800 lbs), low-stretch cord made with a Technora core. It is available in spooled and packaged pre-cut lengths of 18" (5.4m), 21" (6.4m), and 25" (7.6m). The Specs MBS: 4,271 pounds (19.0 kN)

- Moosejaw

The Sterling PowerCord 6mm Cordelette links multiple pieces of protection together in seconds to create an equalized anchor without the need for any other slings. Picture it: you get to the end of a pitch, fire in two bomber stoppers and a cam, clip them all with the Sterling PowerCord 6mm Cordelette, and tie an overhand or figure-eight knot. You now have an equalized, three-piece anchor with a power point, and it only took you about a minute. The 6mm PowerCord is stronger than standard nylon, breaking at a astronomical 4800lb. Plus, this bomber anchor didn't use up precious rope that you might need on the next pitch.


The PowerCord? is a high strength (breaking strength of 4,800 lbs), low-stretch cord made with a Technora? core. It is available in packaged pre-cut l...

- Ramsey Outdoor

Sterling Rope Sterling Powercord Cordelettes


The Sterling Rope Sterling Powercord Cordelettes is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 20, 2018 at Moosejaw.

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