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Order online – Pick up in store – a fast and convenient way to shop
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1. Order and pay online. In Checkout choose from the participating stores.
2. We’ll contact you. Our friendly team from your collection store will contact you when your order is ready for collection. Orders will be available for collection between 2-4 days from the date of order, subject to availability.
3. Collect in store. Bring your Order Confirmation and photo identification. Click & Collect orders will be held for up to 14 days from us contacting you with news of ready for collection.
Click & Collect participating stores:
ACT – Canberra. NSW – Sydney City, Parramatta & Miranda. QLD – Fortitude Valley. VIC – Melbourne City & Ringwood. WA – Perth.
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The Tendon Master 9.0 TeFIX Climbing Rope enriched with TeFIX® technology. A lightweight rope for sport climbing and if you would like to use it occasionally in the mountains also, Master 9.0 is a good choice. In addition, this rope makes use of the TeFIX® technology which increases resistance and prolongs the lifespan of the rope thanks to the connection of the core and the sheath.
Single Rope - For ascent where only one rope is used. This is the most basic and widely used method of using rope for ascents.
Half Ropes - Separate ropes are anchored in alternating belaying points. This system reduces the risk of rope breakage by falling rocks and provides maximum protection in alpine conditions or on tough climbs.
Twin Ropes - The same ropes are always used in pairs, secured at common belaying points. Twin ropes guarantee a high level of safety, especially for classic alpine climbing.
Standard - Improved basic finishing of dynamic ropes. The new technological process enables the application of impregnation agents early in the standard finishing of the ropes.
Compact - TENDON's own special technology has been used for the ends of the rope. In a length of 15 mm, the core strand and sheath are connected into one unit.
Tefix - The TeFIX® patented technology permanently bonds the sheath to the core. It prevents from any slippage between these two basic rope parts. This particular feature was reached by adding a special material between core and sheath. This extra material is later also processed so that the bond is flexible and strong. The rope has a 0% sheath slippage, much longer lifespan, and better handling.
Midpoint of Rope - At half of the length, the rope is visibly marked by coloured band, which does not affect the core structure and its mechanical properties.
CE - Symbol of Compliance - This symbol confirms that the product meets safety requirements specified in the relevant Europen regulations. The number following symbol (e.g. CE1019) is number of notified body which performs checking of production: VVUÚ, a.s., Pikartská 1337/7, 71607 Ostrava- Radvanice, Czech Republic.
UIAA - Products marked with this symbol meet UIAA requirements.The UIAA is the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation.
TeNOTE - New, revolutionary conception of the overall administration and registration of ropes which, thanks to NFC technology, offers unthought-of possibilities and brings user comfort to a hitherto unrecognised level. Rope includes microchip. With a PC and a mobile phone you obtain a quick, effective and smart tool for examination and maintenance of your ropes.
Rope Length: 70 m
Rope Finish: Standard
Rope Diameter: 9.0 mm
Rope Usage: Single, Half or Twin
Weight Per Meter: 55 g/m
Weight: 3.85 kg
Number of UIAA Falls: SINGLE: 9 | HALF: 17 | TWIN: 20
Max Impact Force: SINGLE: 8.9kN | HALF: 6.1kN | TWIN: 10.3kN
Sheat Slippage: 0 mm
Static Elongation: 9.8%
Dynamic Elongation: SINGLE: 31% | HALF: 29% | TWIN: 24%
EN 892: Yes
CE 1019: Yes
Shipping & Returns
Free Standard Australia wide shipping for orders over $49. Orders under $49 are charged a flat rate of $9. We use and trust carriers such as Australia Post and Startrack Express
We ship internationally to over 30 countries. Click here to read more on international shipping, rates and conditions
All orders are processed between 9.00 a.m. and 5 p.m. (NSW time), Monday to Friday except NSW public holidays. Your order will be dispatched within 2 working days, usually faster, unless otherwise advised. Should you require a faster turnaround of your order, please contact us by email or phone.
Free Click & Collect in Store
Click & Collect is a free service that lets you ship your online order a Paddy Pallin store near you.
Orders typically take up to 48 hours to process and usually arrive at the store 4-7 business days later (usually faster). Please note: Some items may need to come from other stores or supplier warehouses, and so may not be available for immediate collection. Learn more here >>
Paddy Pallin is proud to stand behind the products we sell. Should you change your mind, you are welcome to return goods for a refund or exchange within 90 days from receipt of goods. Goods must be accompanied by proof of purchase, be in original purchase condition and include packaging. No "change of mind" returns on safety & climbing gear, underwear and gift cards. Read more about our returns policy here.
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