The thinnest single rope we offer. The low weight, which is only 50 g, makes it an ideal weapon, which will help you to send your hardest projects.
TENDON Master 8.6 - pink
For ascent where only one rope is used. This is the most basic and widely used method of using rope for ascents.
online tool designed for revising and tracking the condition of ropes. The application is available in Google Play or available on the Web interface. To register use TeNOTE code on the product packaging.
Separate ropes are anchored in alternating belaying points. This system reduces the risk of rope breakage by falling rocks and provides maximum protection in alpine conditions or on tough climbs.
The same ropes are always used in pairs, secured at common belaying points. Twin ropes guarantee a high level of safety, especially for classic alpine climbing.
Maximum level of rope protection against water and abrasion. It is reached by using the new progressive NANOTECHNOLOGY method. Tiny particles of TEFLON®Eco are applied to the rope sheath and core and make a film of almost impermeable protective layer. The rope fibres are then protected against dust and water which would othervise cause a harm to the rope construction. COMPLETE SHIELD is an impregnation which extends the general lifespan of TENDON ropes significantly. All ropes with the Complete Shield finish meet the UIAA 101 requirement for water repellent test.
Our own special technology has been used for the ends of the rope. In a length of 15 mm, the core strand and sheath are connected into one unit.
At half of the length, the rope is visibly marked by coloured band, which does not affect the core structure and its mechanical properties. Lengths 30 - 80 m only.
This symbol confirms that the product meets safety requirements specified in the relevant Europen regulations. The number following symbol (e.g. CE1019) is number of notified body which performs checking of production: VVUÚ, a.s., Pikartská 1337/7, 71607 Ostrava- Radvanice, Czech Republic.
Products marked with this symbol meet UIAA requirements.The UIAA is the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation.