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Edelrid Hummingbird Pro Dry 9.2 Climbing Rope

The perfect complement to Edelrid's lightweight ropes and durable sport climbing ropes. With its small diameter, minimal weight and fine sheath structure, the Hummingbird Pro Dry offers excellent handling characteristics which make it a high-end sports climbing rope.

  • Thermo Shield treatment for perfect handling
  • Long-lasting water-repellent and dirt-resistant, thanks to the Pro Dry finish
  • Water absorption less than 2% as per UIAA Water Repellent Test
  • 3D lap coiling enables instant use without tangles
  • Diameter [mm]: 9,20
  • Dynamic elongation [%]: 31
  • impact force [kN]: 8,8
  • Core proportion [%]: 56,00
  • Sheath proportion [%]: 44,00
  • weight per meter [g/m]: 57,00
  • Static elongation [%]: 6,0
  • Number of falls: 8
  • CE marking: CE 0123
  • country of origin: Germany
  • Single Rope: Yes
Bluesign info:

Edelrid is the first rope manufacturer to adapt their ropes to meet the tough demands of the Swiss bluesign® system. It is the most stringent environmental standard for the production of textile products: independent, internationally recognised and based on the five principles of resource productivity, consumer safety, water emission, air emission as well as occupational health & safety. Their ropes carry the bluesign® product label thanks to their combination of certified source materials and their advanced rope production facilities in Isny. The bluesign® product label is a seal of quality: It guarantees an eco-friendly manufactured product that is low in pollutants and safe for health and the environment. As such, They have responded to the natural demands of our customers for safe, environmentally friendly and sustainable products. Eight years of working together with bluesign technologies ag in Switzerland, allow them to draw on in-depth experience of sustainable rope production.

By converting all their rope production to the tough demands of the bluesign® system we were able to make the following efficiencies when dyeing sheath yarns:

  • 62 % CO2 reduction
  • 89 % savings in water
  • 63 % less energy consumption
  • 63 % less chemicals