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Beal Joker 9.1mm
    Beal Joker 9.1mm
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    • Beal Joker 9.1mm

    • £109.80 (RRP:£122.00, Save 10%)

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    Description

    The Beal Joker is the original triple rated rope, meaning it has been tested and passed the UIAA tests for a single, half and twin rope. Essentially this means that it's an incredibly versatile rope suitable for high level sport or wall use, as a scrambling, ski touring and alpine rope or as a trad climbing half rope.

    Suitable for use as a confidence rope, scrambling or wall rope as well as for mountaineering and high level sport the Joker really can be used for anything.

    It's available with Beal's Dry Cover or Golden Dry coatings. These treatments prevent the rope from absorbing almost any water, protect from dirt, heat and abrasion. The Dry Cover is only added to the sheath which gives the rope some additional protection and increases its longevity, but it isn't ideal for prolonged use in wet conditions. The Golden Dry cover applies the treatment to the sheath and the core ensuring the rope will not freeze when used for winter and ice climbing and it preventing it getting really heavy if it gets wet, it also lasts much longer than the Dry Cover which can rub off over time.


    Rope
    Type
    DiameterCoatingUIAA
    Falls
    Single
    UIAA
    Falls
    Half
    UIAA
    Falls
    Twin
    Impact
    Force
    Single
    Impact
    Force
    Half
    Impact
    Force
    Twin
    Weight Per
    Metre
    Single, Half & Twin9.1mmDry Cover or Golden Dry5 - 624 - 26>258.2kN5.8kN9.3kN52g



    Customer Reviews of Beal Joker 9.1mm

    Beal Joker 9.1mm Review
    Max
    Verified Buyer
    Fort William

    I've been buying joker ropes for years now. This is my go to rope for guiding. These are the whole ropes I like to use when the rucksac is being carried a significant distance uphill, and I can't carry half ropes. These ropes can obviously be used as half ropes, but I use them almost exclusively as single ropes, and buy dedicated half ropes for that purpose. I like the option of getting dry ropes or golden dry. For winter the golden dry is almost compulsory. With time the diameter of the rope does increase - but this is often when I retire the ropes.

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