Bluewater Pre Cut Accessory Cord - 6mm x 30ft

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Bluewater Pre Cut Accessory Cord - 6mm x 30ft
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Don't waste time cutting up a spool of cord with a hot knife, blowtorch, and tape measure when Blue Water has already done the work for you with its Pre Cut Accessory Cord - 6mm x 30ft. This versatile cord lets you tie down your camp gear in the event of an alpine storm, and its burly, six millimeter diameter is strong enough to connect to your back-up belay anchor in a pinch.
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Bluewater Pre Cut Accessory Cord - 6mm x 30ft Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Its solid and trust worthy. Holds well on anchors but as the previous review stated, its a bit too stiff for most other uses. Over all I'm stoked, but will be using other cord for prusiks and slinging protection.

dha4782213 at Backcountry.com on 09/14/2011

solid rope

epa4773190 at Backcountry.com on 11/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

I bought this cord originally from REI for use as prusik cord for crevasse rescue. However when I opened it I immediately could tell that it was too stiff for use as a prusik and after testing it on my 10.5 rope it just slipped through. So I instead put a double fisherman's knot in it and converted it to a cordelette.

David Burberry at Backcountry.com on 06/02/2011

Like others have said, it is too stiff to be useful as a prusik. But, it is perfectly fine for making a cordelette. I prefer the Sterling or PMI 6mm for my prusik.

Brandon Smith at Backcountry.com on 07/16/2013