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Weight : 18 g, 0.63 oz (30 cm) 36 g, 1.3 oz (60 cm) 67 g, 2.4 oz (120 cm) Details : Strength Rated to 22 kN/4,946 lbf
|Description||Weight : 18 g, 0.63 oz (30 cm) 36 g, 1.3 oz (60 cm) 67 g, 2.4 oz (120 cm) Details : Strength Rated to 22 kN/4,946 lbf|
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- good quality dyneema Review by dirtbagJ
These are good quality dyneema slings. In particular I like the 120 and 240cm ones. With 240cm you can use them in some self rescue scenarios by attaching them to a separate prusik and tying a munter-mule-overhand (MMO). Less heavy and bulky than a 7mm cordellette. Can also use to build anchors, but since its super static, you need to take that into account. Equallette style anchors with it may be best.
Can also double one over, girth hitch + overhand it through your tie in points then overhand the tails about half their length to make a nifty 2 bolt attachment cowtail / rap extension that isn't too bulky, though it is very static. (Posted on 11/2/14)
- Better than 8mm Review by Burk
- These are great for extending as slings for trad climbing to save weight while not sacrificing strength. For anything that may be used for bi-directional anchoridng (i.e. ≥ 120cm) I would use these over Mammut contact dyneema slings because the Black Diamond are 2mm wider, making them more durable and easier to untie. These are great for saving weight, but even at 10mm wide they can be hard to untie (but worth the weight saving! imo). (Posted on 3/19/12)