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What abseil knot do you mostly use? 9-Oct-2016 At 8:57:05 AM mikllaw
On 9/10/2016 Drake wrote:
>The EDK is certainly not jam-proof. I think it is less likely to jam
>because it is physically smaller than other knots (i.e. dbl fishermans)
>and the flat bottom of the knot slides more easily over edges.

It is also asymmetrical, so if it catches an edge, it'll tend to rotate away

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