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Tendon Climbing Rope Comp Winners

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This competition is now closed.

The winners are:

Winner
S J Clark will receive a new 60m Tendon Master 8.9mm rope

Runner Up
T Seccombe will receive a 50m Tendon Smart 10mm rope.

The Answers

Q1. What is the weight (g/m) of the new Master 8.9mm rope? 
1) 52 g/m
Q2. The Master 8.9mm is certified for use in 3 ways, what are they?
 2) As a single, half and twin rope.

Tendon Master 8.9 mm, 60m  © Tendon
Tendon Master 8.9 mm, 60m
© Tendon
Tendon Smart 10mm, 50m  © Tendon
Tendon Smart 10mm, 50m
© Tendon

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Allcord Limited, the UK distributors for Tendon Climbing ropes is offering the chance to win two climbing ropes.

First prize is a limited edition 60m 'standard treated' version of the new Master 8.9mm rope with a runner up receiving a 50m Smart rope.

This competition has now closed.

Closing date – Friday 14th October 2011

www.allcord.co.uk | www.mytendon.com



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