Beal Joker - 9.1mm Unicore Dry Cover
The Beal Joker 9.1mm climbing rope is a high-quality triple-certified rope for anything from high-end sport climbing to multi-pitch climbs, ice climbing and mountaineering. Ready for anything, the Beal Joker 9.1mm features Beal's Dry Cover treatment, which protects the sheath from dirt, water, and ice, while also improving the handling and longevity. A lightweight, versatile solution for the climber who wants to do everything.
|STRIKE FORCE||8.2kN (Single) 6kN (Double) 9.2kN (Twin)|
|ROPE TYPE||Single, Double, Twin|
|WEIGHT PER METER||52g|
|NUMBER OF FALLS||5-6 (single)|
Beal's Unicore treatment is where the sheath and core of the rope are uniquely bonded together. This means that the rope can still be used, even if the sheath gets cut and makes it much safer in mountain environments.
Date Of Manufacture
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Dry Cover is Beal's weather-resistant treatment that protects the sheath of the rope from dust, dirt, ice and water. It also improves the rope's handling.
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
Nice rope. I like its length 80 meters. The rope is soft and good. The diameter of the rope is very comfortable to work with belay. I like this rope.
New 70m rope weights 4kg+ so it's definetly 58g/m+, not 52.
I think Beal is taking some very specific measurements here.
Mammut Serenity Dry for example explicitly say 3570g per 70m rope, I'll check that out next time.