Whetman Equipment Orosi Quick Reach 12m


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Rope bag or Throwbag

Whetman Equipment produce a range of throwbags that are designed to be a little different to others, and the Orosi is no different.

The bag of the Orosi is constructed from a durable Nylon Mesh, keeping the weight of the bad to a minimum, unlike heavy Cordura based bags, while allowing the rope inside to dry, instead of being unpacked.

The Orosi holds 12m of 8mm Kernmantel rope, with a breaking strain of 9800N, which is attached to the bag via a stainless steel ring and tape. The bag also contains a float, so that the bag remains buoyant in aerated water.

Small loops sewn onto the bag allow it the Orosi to be kept on a rescue belt so it can always be close at hand.

  • Length: 12 metres
  • Line: 8mm kernmantel 16/16 braid polypropolene
  • ?Line strength: 9800N


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