Specially for us, an experienced ropery at Lake Constance manufactures this robust climbing rope. Each rope, twisted from weather-resistant polyhemp, is processed traditionally: to be recognized by the manually spliced eye and the half-beat takling as Abbund - best rope craft, which gives the climbing rope a particularly long durability.
For the masters* of the jungle
Climbing? The dear child (almost) always wants to. Movement is his natural need and essential for his motor and cognitive development. The higher, the better, the more challenging, the more exciting. And the climbing rope presents a very special challenge: no rung for the foot to step on, no designated grip to hold on to. It takes muscle strength and body control to be able to nimbly climb a rope - understandable that the climbing rope as a training tool may not be missing in any gym.
To allow the offspring from the beginning of the fun on the climbing rope, we have incorporated three knots. They give your child a minimum of grip and accessibility and thereby encourage sustainable, the initial swinging on the rope - including Tarzan call, of course - to turn into a nimble climbing pleasure. Advanced climbers are also welcome to untie the knots - and thus increase the rope length to a demanding almost three meters. Whether you attach it to the climbing frame, tree house or ceiling of the children's room with or without knots is entirely up to you and your child's preferences - and you may even dare to try it yourself: the maximum load weight is a sporty 75 kilograms. Be brave! Your offspring will certainly soon show you how it's done.
Best rope craft. Elaborately executed
For us, the workshop of Bernhard Muffler - a family business founded in 1879 - manufactures this extraordinarily robust climbing rope, which is twisted from polypropylene spun fiber. This material resembles hemp in feel and appearance, but unlike the natural fiber offers the advantage that it is stronger, insensitive to moisture and therefore much more resistant to weathering.
Each rope is processed traditionally, you can see this for example in the manually spliced eye, in which the retaining ring is incorporated. Such an eye splice is enormously resilient, as the individual strands (strands) clamp even tighter on tension; suppleness and strength of the rope are maintained. As befits a proper eye splice, the strands are carefully braided into the rope, the ends neatly cut to size and tied off with the aid of a half-lay rigging. The opposite end of the rope is just as elaborately unrigged: Here, too, instead of merely welding off, a rigging has been carried out and a neat fringe dress worked. This will hold.
The article is not suitable for children under 3 years. Risk of falling.
Use under direct adult supervision.
For household use only.
Article Number 206477
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