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Jenn getting all Egyptian on a V4
© TRNovice, Jul 2008
Problem: torque wrench (f6A+ )
Camera used: Canon Digital Elph (Ixus) SD700IS
Date taken: 24th July 2008
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You don't know how many years i've been trying to do this! Albeit i haven't had a proper go at it for a couple of years. But it's alway there in the back of my mind! Let me know if you're heading down there in the week - i'm not working till Mid Sept so have free days here and there... Congrats Jenn for doing it - good effort..
Wilbur - 22/Aug/08
Cheers Will! The current guidebook has it as a Font 6a – what a joke! I’m sure you would get it now. It’s a nice problem, IMO. Very fingery (I didn’t go for the jams) to a slightly worrying top out. Sorry – owe you an e-mail…
Jenn - 26/Aug/08
a rotten joke eh ;o) no worries, hope you guys are well..
Wilbur - 27/Aug/08
Do you think it's more than Font 6a then? I've been trying this for a few months now. Chris
Chris Ellyatt - 27/Jan/10
When I did it a few years ago it felt Font 6b (easy-ish V4) however when I went back last summer a few of the holds had 'melted' away and it felt much harder (6b+ maybe). But obviously, this is just imo and who knows, maybe some additional 'melting' created bigger holds.
Jenn - 02/Sep/10
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