/ FS: Beal Joker (Golden Dry) 60m
60m Beal Joker rope, golden dry version in yellow (so the halfway mark is highly visible).
The rope was bought from Bananafingers just over three weeks ago, but I've now realised / have been made aware that 70m was required by the group instead.
A quick email to the store might even confirm this as they're very approachable, I spoke with Tom about the possibility of an exchange. (Who on a separate note while being unable to exchange the rope, did offer me a very reasonable discount on a 70m alternative - just saying...)
The rope has never been climbed on or used in any way (just stroked a bit). I still have the receipt to confirm this - (the date of purchase not the stroking...) It has been stored dry in a Beal single rope bag which will of course come with the rope.
Price doesn't include delivery and collection from the Hertfordshire area would be preferred.
No, no you couldn't mate - check again (after reading the actual opening post...).
Thanks for the price police fail bump though!
I have emailed you some details. I may be able to meet you in central London, but couldn't guarantee this - it might also limit you inspecting the rope beforehand.
I'm confident that the rope is in perfect condition, but completely understand that you would likely want to see the receipt and check the rope for yourself first.
Try reading the post instead of being a clever dick. Which has now made you look pretty stupid.
Don't underestimate Pero, he should really know what he is talking about - after all Pero is an anagram of rope . . . .
£130 delivered to mainland UK.
New and unused, golden dry treated, triple rated, lightweight rope.
Can't be bad can it?
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