WINNER:Two 60m Beal Gully 7.3mm Unicore Ropes To Win

by Lyon Outdoor Sep/2013
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The winner is Pete Fewings from Essex. Pete wins two Beal Gully 7.3mm Unicore ropes.

We have two 60m Beal Gully 7.3mm Unicore Ropes to win in this Lyon Equipment competition.The winner gets both of them. See below to enter.

 

Weighing in at a mere 36 g/m, the Beal Gully 7.3mm Unicore is the lightest double rope on the market. It is also certified as a twin rope. Its extremely low impact force (7.2kN as a double rope) makes it the ideal companion for ice and alpine climbing as well as for mountain climbing in the most demanding of terrain.

The Gully 7.3 also benefits from the reliability and additional safety that the UNICORE and Golden Dry technologies provide. By utilizing UNICORE, the sheath and core of the Gully are bonded together to eliminate sheath slippage. With the Golden Dry treatment, the Gully’s sheath and core have been treated to become highly water and abrasion resistant.


What the Outdoor Show judges had to say:
“The Beal Gully double rope is a great product: although it has a small diameter, it offers climbers a maximum degree of safety.”

The Gully will be available in October 2013 and joins last years DIABLO 9.8mm and 10.2mm and this years Ice Line 8.1mm, Cobra 8.6 mm, Joker 9.1mm, Tiger 10mm, and Top Gun 10.5mm to make a full range of UNICORE ropes. Since it's introduction UNICORE ropes have received rave reviews for their handling and safety features.

Competition

This competition has now closed.

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- This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com.
- Competition closes on 1st November 2013 at 09.00 GMT.
- The winners will be notified by email.
- Prizes will only be posted to a UK or Ireland address.
- The winners' names will be announced on UKC/UKH and facebook.com/UKClimbing.

 

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