Edelrid - Swift 8,9 mm - Single rope

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Attributes & features
Rope type:
Single rope
Recommended use:
Alpine sport climbing + ice climbing; Sport climbing
Diameter:
8.9 mm
Weight:
52 g/m
Lengths:
30 m; 40 m; 50 m; 60 m; 70 m; 80 m
UIAA falls:
5
Impact force:
8.8 kN
Dynamic elongation:
31%
Static elongation:
9,00%
Sheath percentage:
34%
Dry treatment:
Dry Shield treatment
Extras:
Pro Shield/ Thermo Shield treatment; complies with the standard as single; half and twin rope
Item No.:
308-0120
Product description
It doesn't matter if you're climbing ice, sport, trad, multipitch, big wall, or the highest peaks in the world. As long as you're going up, you're golden, and the Edelrid Swift Dry Climbing Rope lets you do it all. Its 8.9mm diameter makes this rope one of the skinniest certified single ropes on the market, and you can still use it as a half rope for icy ascents, or pair it up with another rope for ultra-long multipitches. Edelrid equipped this versatile climbing rope with a Pro Shield for optimal performance, a Dry Shield to resist water and dirt, and a Thermo Shield treatment for enhanced handling. Despite its skinny diameter and light weight, the Swift still boasts a superb fall rating when you use it as a single rope for onsight attempts, and its fall rating for when you use it has a half or twin rope is simply exquisite. Get the 80 meter for long multipitch routes, the 70 for sport, or rock the standard 60 if you want the ideal all-arounder.

  • Pro Shield and Dry Shield finishes
  • Thermo Shield treatment
  • 5 fall rating as a single
  • 22 fall rating as a half or twin
  • 52 grams per meter
  • 8.9 mm diameter
  • Comes in 60, 70, and 80 meter lengths

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| Innsbruck

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by Maximilian helpful

Momentan mein absolutes Lieblingsseil

Ich habe das Seil vor 9 Monaten in der grünen 50m-Variante eigentlich als Gletscherseil gekauft (nicht bei Bergfreunde), aber nicht ein einziges Mal für diesen Zweck eingesetzt. Dafür ist es jetzt mein absolutes Lieblingsseil bei Mehrseillängenrouten im Kalkstein (Martinswand). Es hat in den letzten 9 Monaten nun schon 17km Kletterlänge auf dem Buckel und macht aber immer noch einen guten Eindruck. Es macht einfach Spass damit zu klettern, weil es so leicht ist. Auf ein Ende ist mal ein Stein gefallen, deshalb habe ich einen Meter abgeschnitten. Es hat jetzt nur noch 49m und wiegt 2845 Gramm.
Für alpines, unbekanntes Gelände und im Granit verwende ich aber die Edelrid Apus 7.9 Halbseile (auch in 50m).

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    Price/performance
    Lightweight
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| Reutlingen

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by Fritz helpful

Top-Seil für Hochtouren

Absolutes Top-Seil für Hochtouren. Fürs Sportklettern bevorzuge ich Seile mit einem größeren Durchmesser. Für leichtgewichtige Sportkletterer aber sicher auch eine gute Wahl. Wegen Sichtbarkeit der Mittenmarkierung (wichtig!) das leuchtgelbe Seil nehmen, nicht das schwarze.

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| Waldering

sehr gut

sehr gut

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