Tendon Ambition 10.5 60m Standard

5 (3 customer reviews)
Item Code: TA105S60
$244.95
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An excellent all-rounder and a good choice for those who want to possess one rope only. The best compromise diameter with extraordinary durability and great technical performance make the rope suitable for all kinds of climbing activities.

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Technical data

Sheath slippage (%) 0 Rope diameter (mm) 10.5 CE 1019 yes EN 892 yes
Max. impact force (kN) 7.9 Number of UIAA falls min 9 Dynamic elongation (%) 34 Static elongation (%) 6
Weight (g/m) 69 Number of UIAA falls max 10 Knotability 0.8    

STANDARD

Improved basic finishing of dynamic ropes. The new technological process enables the application of impregnation agents early in the standard finishing of the ropes. The result is an excellent water resistance and abrasion resistance as well as extended lifespan of TENDON ropes.

Quick Specs

SKU TA105S60
UPC / Barcode 8590869256998
Brand Tendon

Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars. (3 customer reviews)


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A good reliable rope

By: on 18 May 2012
This rope is as stated by other users, basic, solid and reliable. I would recommend one for cost effectiveness and durability. The pink appearance is actually a blend of blue and red weave which looks pink in the picture.

Good rope

By: on 24 June 2011
I purchased one of these for myself about two years ago from climbing anchors and its still serving me well. A good basic rope at an affordable price. Thick and reasonably durable enough to take it cragging and projecting around without worrying about too much wear and tear.

Basic, good value, thick dynamic rope.

By: on 24 May 2011
Starting while I was quartermaster, the QUT cliffhangers climbing club tried at least two of every model of ~10.5mm rope on the market and settled on tendon ropes as the best bang-for-your-buck option. They weren't the hardiest (the sterling 10.4 won that title), they weren't the nicest handling (roca tasmania 10.5) but they were solid, honest ropes and at a great price. Following on from that, I think the QUT club has purchased at least a kilometre of this rope in total and still have no complaints.