Beal Antidote 10.2mm

 

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10.2mm Climbing Rope or Outdoor Climbing Rope

The Beal Antidote is a versatile outdoor climbing rope, it is also ideal for use on indoor climbing walls. It's available in a variety of different lengths and colours.

Beal has designed the Antidote 10.2mm climbing rope to be a versatile cragging rope and this falls under the single rope classification. The Antidote has a larger diameter which makes it easy to handle for belaying, while still being quite compact. The outer sheath offers good levels of abrasion resistance, which also makes it great for use in Outdoor Centres and Schools. The Beal Antidote comes complete with an impact force rating of 7.5kN and is capable of taking up to 8 factor 1.77 falls.

  • General Features
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  • Thickness
  • - 10.2mm
  • Colour Options
  • - 2
  • - Blue
  • - Yellow
  • Impact Force
  • - 7.8kN
  • Number of Factor 1.77 falls
  • - 8
  • Weight per meter
  • - 66grams
  • No Dry Cover Treatment
  • No Thermo Fluid Treatment
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