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Having reread the thread to see where it went sideways-
I APOLOGIZE FOR EARLIER COMMENT
Vlad DID mention that the material was TEFLON.
Lexan is a polycarbonate. We are using them interchangeably in this discussion.
I agree with Tom's conclusions, and was reaffirming them.
In our fiddlestick tests the Polycarb never 'snapped'. Under increasing load
It eventually folds over (without releasing the rope). Then typically...
No criticism, just engaged debate! :)
Collectively, posters on this site have spent thousands of hours researching and field testing...
Polycarbonate has also been load tested to failure (by Luke and myself).
It is pretty burly stuff!
Sounds like a glacial lake outburst flood.
Wonder if anyone was monitoring or if the source was inaccessible......
Need new thread:
HOW TO TELL IF A CANYON HAS POTENTIAL TO
How many folks here would drop into a WINTER canyon with a major storm forecast to hit that evening?
launching any long day / long route /...
A canyon by any other name
Certainly no one can complain about the price but I hope it is obvious that this is a Chinese copy which has no discernable
brand, and no actual CE...
Thank you for posting Fat Canyoner. I think it is REALLY helpful for people in the USA to hear first hand what is happening in other places.
Thank you Kuenn and Brian for great comments. Many of us (Desi and I included) ARE wiggin' out to one degree or another.
But we ARE going to get...
Have you tested/reviewed the new version?
I had a similar experience as Rthatcher on a Bluewater 8mm being damaged by the older Tiblock
Practical, politics free comment!
I am looking (with un-tinted glasses!) at this whole mess as a small business owner (manufacturer) in Las Vegas....
You LOOK AWESOME for sixty-four!
And you STILL have just ONE chin!
Tower climbing is maybe the COOLEST experience ever!
As long as really windy days are avoided
Is that 'wet tooling' ?