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Buying Ropes 7-Sep-2004 At 1:29:16 PM rolsen
I have had beal, elderid and mammut ropes. Mammut ropes are by far the best in my opinion. They handle really well. The flash is great, although it fluffs up a little bit. I am comparing it to the super safe (also mammut) which I reckon is best rope and the rope I'd buy. The flash doesn't fluff up anywhere near as much as the beal did.

Don't worry about the extra price it is more than worth it.

hopes this helps,

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