Black Diamond Rope Bucket.
It can hold up a single 11 mm. rope or two smaller diameter lines, providing options for belaying. Tailored with an expandable design and two-point suspension, the Rope Bucket allows for optimal management ropes so they won t get cramped up, tangled, or twisted inside while hauling. It protects the ropes inside from getting wet through its own waterproof bottom. The Black Diamond Rope Bucket includes two shoulder straps to easily transport it to anywhere, making it compactable.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
The Rope Bucket holds two 9 mm or one 11 mm rope, unzips for easy access and its expandable bellows unfolds to form a bucket so you can stack your rope to keep it from snagging. Features shoulder straps, two-point suspension and a waterproof bottom.
Storage for your cordage.
|Country of Origin:||Philippines|
|Hydration Bladder Compatible:||No|
|Hydration Bladder Included:||Not Included|
|Pack Size:||1000-1999 cu in|
|Pack Style:||Rope Bag|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||793661087892|
|Weight:||13.3 oz / 377 g|
I really like this bag. The black diamond rope bucket carries my 10.7mm 70m sterling marathon rope at about max capacity. The fabric is burly, 3 clip-in loops make for a nice hanging option, 2 padded straps for carrying backpack style, the lower shoulder straps release so the straps can be stowed for hauling (to reduce snags). Compared to the Fish chum bucket this bag seems like a better value. However, if you are looking to stack 2 ropes in a convenient bag, the Fish snake charmer is the cat's ass.
I bought this bag thinking I could save some coin over the Fish snake charmer
and chumm bucket as my older A-5 rope buckets are starting to show there age and while I think Black garbage is on the right track they could have put some more effort into the design like adding a daisy chain and extending the hang loops I dont agree with there claims of holding two 9mm ropes as I can hardly fit my 9.8x70m in it..but for solo work and just a cheap rope management tool
it fits the bill,If your serious your money is better spent on the fish gear..