Beal Wall Cruiser UNICORE 9.6
Developed for use by children as an indoor climbing rope but equally effective is used by experienced climbers as a performance gym rope. The Beal Wall Cruiser Unicore 9.6 is available in 30, 40, and 50 m lengths to suit all wall sizes, and it features UNICORE technology to eliminate sheath slippage, a common affliction of ropes used for lots of top roping, and generally increases the rope's durability to suit the more experienced climber in need of a long lifespan.
|NO. OF UIAA FALLS||7 -9 (Beal Guarantee: 6)|
|WEIGHT PER METRE||62 g|
|IMPACT FORCE||7.8 - 8 kN (Beal Guarantee: 8.2 kN)|
|DYNAMIC ELONGATION DURING FIRST FALL||36 %|
|STATIC ELONGATION||8.5 %|
|SHEATH SLIPPAGE||0 mm|
• UNICORE is especially effective for indoor ropes as they commonly suffer from sheath slippage
• The diameter allows for easy handling by children, especially when they have to pass the rope in the belay device, tie their knot, or give slack
The UNICORE process permanently bonds the sheath and core of the rope together to eliminate sheath slippage, the name given to the amount of sheath that bunches up, usually at the ends of the rope, revealing the rope's inner core.
1 Rope 1 Tree
Beal takes their environmental responsibility seriously. They divide their efforts between two main approaches. Firstly, Beal run an exceptional programme, in which they plant a tree for every single dynamic rope purchased. They’ve been doing this since 2007 and have no plans to stop! Secondly, Beal organises the recycling of ropes when they reach the end of their life. Every Beal rope is recyclable, and anyone can send their used Beal rope to one of their recycling departments, where they are broken down and reused. Top work Beal! For more info, check out their website: https://www.beal-planet.com/en/dna/eco-responsibility/
2 product reviews
There's not much to discuss about this product, the rope feels great and is lightweight. Handles perfectly with a CT Click up+ belay, but I guess it would also be the same with any other belay.
I'm happy, Beal never disappoint.
I've had this rope for a few months now. It's a great so far. Feels good to handle, easy for belaying with. I use it with grigri, mammut smart 2 and tubular belays. It's been really smooth with all devices. I've taken a good few falls on this rope too and it's held up very nicely considering I'm not the lightest of climbers. No sign of any wear so far
I havent used it outdoors yet but I am planning to go soon and I've no reservations about bringing this rope.