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FS: New Mammut and Sterling Ropes and New harness
10:01:32 AM
I'm off overseas for the forseeable future and don't plan on taking these with me. All are brand new!

Petzl Sama Small Red Harness - $80
Mammut Eternity 9.8mm 60m 61g/m Dynamic rope with rope bag (Emerald) - $220
Sterling Nano 9.2mm 60m 53g/m Dynamic Rope (Blue) - $270

I'm currently living somewhere between southern Gramps/ Nati and the Pines but am otherwise happy to ship aus wide at buyers expense

Give me call to arrange pickup or postage on 0422 397793


Product Specs:

Petzl sama (S)
Reference C21 S7:
Size: S
Waist belt: 70 - 80 cm
Leg loops: 47 - 52 cm
Weight: 340 g

Men's climbing harness with elastic leg loops
The SAMA harness is ideal for sport climbing. With its EndoFrame construction, it provides excellent weight distribution around the waist and legs to ensure greater comfort. The elastic leg loops remain adjusted and offer complete freedom of movement. The DoubleBack Light buckle on the waistbelt ensures quick and easy adjustment. The tie-in points are made of Dyneema in order to improve resistance to rope friction.

EndoFrame construction guarantees excellent weight distribution for optimal comfort:

- waistbelt and leg loops with doubled straps

- waistbelt wider on the sides

Specific stitching on the waistbelt limit hard points and chafing

DoubleBack Light buckle allows quick and easy adjustment of the waistbelt

Dyneema tie-in points for excellent resistance to rope friction

Elastic leg loops remain permanently adjusted without restricting movement
Four equipment loops: two rigid ones in front for quick and easy access to equipment and two flexible ones in the rear to avoid creating pressure points with a backpack

Two slots for CARITOOL tool holder
Rear loop for haul rope

Detachable elastic leg loop straps

Mammut Eternity Classic with rope bag:
The new Mammut Eternity Classic 9.8 mm Rope offers balanced properties with regard to low weight, perfect handling and sustained durability. The 9.8 Eternity Classic is therefore perfectly suited as an all-around rope for sports climbing in climbing gyms or rock climbing parks. The Mammut Ophir Rope Bag is your simple, robust base mat that can easily be rolled into a rope bag.

Elongation with 80 kg: 7%
Elongation at 1st fall: 31%
Proportion of sheath: 38%
Best use: Sport climbing

Swiss quality since 1862 - Every Mammut rope is produced in Switzerland. Each meter is electronically checked for inconsistencies during the final control.
Sustainability in rope production - As well as meeting the highest safety criteria, Mammut ropes are produced using a process that is as environmentally friendly as possible. C02 emissions at the factory and corporate office are closely monitored and offset. The production of the ropes themselves adheres to strict environmental requirements as well.

Large, rugged mat
Easy to roll up
Shoulder strap
Accommodates 50 - 80 m ropes

Sterling Nano:
Dynamic Elongation 32.50% / 32.7%
Impact Force 8.5kN / 6.4kN
Rope Type Single & Half
Static Elongation 7.5% / 7.5%
UIAA falls 6 / >20
Weight 53 g/M

The Nano may be the most versatile rope in Sterling's line up. It's both the largest diameter half and skinniest single rope that we offer. Duel certified, the Nano is the top choice rope of many of our athletes for alpine climbs, extended expeditions and long routes where rope drag would be an issue.

NOTE: Due to the Nanos' small diameter, it is recommended that it only be used by experienced climbers and belayers and NOT for top-roping or working of routes. It is critical that proper belay devices be used and extreme caution should be taken.

7:23:24 PM
Ok, Iím not by any means an active user on this forum, but I just couldnít go past this post without commenting.

First of all, IF these ropes are new, and by new, I mean you MUST supply them in fully original packaging (NEVER OPENED), then take about $60 of each rope and then you might be inline with actual shop prices.

If they are not brand new, donít call them that (should be at least $100-130 off the listed price to make it realistic).

Are you looking to rip people off? Or just hoping that nobody here knows how to use a search engine?

BRAND NEW Mammut Eternity Classic 9.8 - $149.95 on Amazon, if you have a friend in the states (or just use their own shipping) it will cost between $175-190

BRAND NEW Sterling Rope Fusion Nano Dry Rope 9.2 - $175 on Misty Mountain Gear (again, shipping between $25-40)

Didn't even take 3min to search for this, i BET there would be better prices if i looked around more.

Good luck with your sale!

E. Wells
7:30:58 PM
hahaha someone HAD to say it.

9:37:54 PM
Maybe we need to make a sticky thread:

Things to do before selling gear:

1. Research: Google stuff. If you can find lower prices, so can everyone else. You're just wasting everyone's time posting stuff here that can be found online cheaper.

What would number 2 be?
11:37:21 PM
On 10/06/2014 ajfclark wrote:
>Things to do before selling gear:
>What would number 2 be?

2. Remember all users can view your profile, so an abundance of "BRAND NEW" sales threads makes it seem less likely you're just off overseas and bought some gear you didn't use...

7:38:57 AM
3. Include how you'd like to be contacted. If you say email, either include an email or make sure it's visible in your profile.
4. Update the opening post of your sale thread as items are purchased. Either delete things, comment them out using <!-- and -->, put the word SOLD next to them, use <del> and </del> to put a line through them.
5. The forum doesn't email you when people post in your thread. Check back.
6. If something doesn't sell, don't start a new thread.
7. If you're going to link to things like gumtree, make sure the links work.
10:28:56 AM
On 10/06/2014 ajfclark wrote:
>Maybe we need to make a sticky thread:
>Things to do before selling gear:
>1. Research: Google stuff. If you can find lower prices, so can everyone
>else. You're just wasting everyone's time posting stuff here that can be
>found online cheaper.
>What would number 2 be?

How about post a photo....either linked or embedded....not really that hard in this age of smart phones.

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