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Tendon Master - 9,1mm Complete Shield
The 9.1 from Tendon’s Master range is classified as a single, twin and double rope, making it great for all types of climbing on any terrain, particularly with the added bonus of Tendon’s Complete Shield dry treatment. The small diameter and low weight mean it lends itself to technical sport routes, where reducing rope drag and saving weight is essential.
|IMPACT FORCE||9KN / 6.9kN / 11.1kN|
|ROPE TYPE||Single, Double, Twin|
|WEIGHT PER METER||56g|
|NO. OF FALLS||5 / 17 / 42|
All tendon ropes contain a microchip that links up to your smartphone or computer, which allows you to register your rope and provides you with all the information about it, such as the date of manufacture and specifications. Tenote also gives you advice on how to maintain your rope and updates you on any changes in the rope’s technologies.
Tendon use a special bonding process which binds the sheath and core of the rope together in the last 15mm, so they become one unit. This increases durability and longevity, and reduces slippage.
The midpoint of the rope is marked with a coloured band, which helps with handling, belaying and descending, but doesn’t compromise the structure of the rope.
Complete Shield is Tendon’s proprietary form of rope protection. Named Nanotech Teflon Eco technology, it is a special coating made up of tiny particles which help to block out water and dirt, and resist abrasions. This coating is applied to every single fibre in the core and sheath of the rope to provide maximum protection.
Date of Manufacture
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1 product review
I really needed a light and sturdy rope and this is what I got. It's so thin I had to get used to it, but now my 9.8 seems like an anaconda to me!
Apart from lead climbing I also do a lot of canyoning and the rope is perfect for many reasons:
- It comes with full DRY treatment (Sheath and core) and so I wont have to fear the occasional puddles
- it is made with Nanotechnology that prevents it from collecting dust and mud (we never use rope-bags when canyoning)
- its elongation is smaller than all other ropes, making it easier to abseil and ASCEND it with a Jumar. (I also love this when belaying, especially with a second climber on a multipitch)
If you prefer a more dynamic rope, just go for Beal