/ Full rack and ropes for sale - still in bags
New and unused (still in bags) –
• DMM rope bag
• Mammut rope 10.5/50m
• Mammut rope 9.5/60m
• Wild country Dyneema Belay Sling
• Wild country friends – sizes, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3
• DMM Walnuts 1-10
• Wild country rockcentrics on dyneema sizes 3-9
• Petzl Gri Gri
• 4 Large Screw Gates
• 18 quickdraws – mixture of long and short
• Nut Key
Used a couple of times –
• Petzl shunt
All of this for £700 ono (would retail at about £1200), could post, but it might be pricey. Pick up prefered,based in West Yorkshire.
How much for the DMM Walnuts 1-10?
When were the ropes purchased, please, and what model/treatment are they?
Would you consider selling items separately?
What is your reason for selling the kit?
A brief check on the net and I could buy the lot brand new at £770.
Learner account, no history, too high a price for a UKC 2nd hand. I smell dodgy... apologies for being skeptical! but....
Same gear, same pic, cheaper price, new account there as well.
To try to answer all of your questions and for those of you who are sceptical. The ropes are about 15 months old, and have been in dry storage with the rest of the kit. Happy for anyone to view it prior to purchase. As for model, they are infinity, not sure about treatment.
Will I break the kit - may do, but I'd like to shift it all in one go.
New account - yes. Nothing dodgy though and having been a climber for over 20 years, also the gear is advertised at my local wall.
Why am I selling, due to having a young child, working long days away from home and now having taken up kayaking, I'm unlikely to ever get out and d much anymore short of the odd bit of bouldering.
As for Gumtree account. Yes it is there, although they should both be the same price, to which I was looking at £600 for the lot, so that's a miss key on my behalf.
As for buying it all for £770 punds, then fill ya boots and buy it there, or at least share with those others that are looking for gear where you would get it from.
I'm open to any sensible offers for the lot, and I'm based in West Yorkshire if anyone wants to view the gear prior to buying it.
Any other questions feel free to ask.
Full answer posted
Sure is a new account. my typo mistake. Full answer provided on page
Full answer for those of you who are sceptics provided.
Google offers multiple online outlets with their prices. It didn't take long to work out:
I'm not trying to pick a fight, but folk have been skinned on the For Sale forum in the past and all I'm saying is many people are weary. (filling a personal profile in helps a lot as people feel they know who they are buying from)
Thanks for taking the time to explain more fully.
This is a recurring issue on this forum. I suspect the rules may soon be changed to require a profile and history before for sale posts are allowed. Personally I think this would be a change for the better.
Who does that?
How much are you after for the Mammut 60m?
How much for the nut key?
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