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Reviews for 10.2 mm Eliminator 60 Meter - Standard Average Rating = 5.00/5 Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5

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great rope 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: janderson4010, 2007-01-13


I have had this rope for a while and I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again, I actually like it better than my 10.5 Mammut just for the clipping action and the diameter. Ive had a lot of friends tell me I would regret buying a bluewater but it has held up longer than one guys sterling 9.8 and my Maxim that I no longer use. plus I bought it for 110 bucks vs. 175 for my Mammut and I hardly ever get the Mammut out

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: taterlandclimber, 2005-08-05


I really like this rope. Knots easily. Nice soft catch. You can usually find it on sale as well!

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: tradrenn, 2005-02-19


A very nice rope for gym and oudoors has nice stretch to it which makes for soft catches. It doesn't get demage by hanging on it ( by takes ) like my other rope did. I will definately buy it again this year and yes is also not that expensive only 150 CDN for 60 meters non dry.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: capcom1701, 2004-10-31


It's caught me every time! I purchased the 50 M version, and it's great for gym climbing. I've been using it for about two months, climbing mostly indoors three times a week so I can't speak for its long term durability. My next rope will probably be a 60 M, but for a first time buyer it's perfect. The weight is good, and it's easy to clip. As a 6'4" 270 lb. climber I feel quite secure with the 10.2mm thickness. When it's time to buy my next rope, I'll be checking out Bluewater's catalogue for sure!

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: blue_ice, 2004-09-17


My favorite rope for both indoor and out. Very light weight makes it easy to haul on lead. It has a very durable outer sheath that resists chafing and wear making it a great rope for cragging. I think it is also available in dry-type for winter climbing and ice. I hope they keep this one in their line-up for a while.

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