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Product description

Colour Name:Green

Specification:
Item Type: Camping Rope
Material: Nylon
Optional Color: Blue, Green, Orange, Fluorescent Color, Pink
Product Size: Approx. 10 m/ 32.8 ft
Scope of Application: For Outdoor
Load Bearing: Can bear 150 kg/ 330.7lb tension
Precautions for the use of paracord:
1. Check the rope before use
A rope with a scar or a knot may break during use, so it must be checked before use. If there is a knot, it must be restored.
2. Don't dirty the rope
Dirt is a major cause of rope deterioration, as well as its strength. In the wild, do not put the rope directly on the ground, be careful not to let oil stains attached to the rope. In addition, be sure to remove any dirt that sticks to the rope after use.
3. Don't tread on the rope
The rope is often scarred or degraded by being trampled. In addition, if pebbles and other pebbles runinner the rope, they may break under the weight. Especially in the winter in the mountains, if the shoes on the non‑slip nails step on it will not be used. When climbing, often unwittingly step on the climbing rope, this should also be careful.
4. Keep the rope away from objects with sharpness.
When the rope touches objects with sharpness such as rock edges and corners while bearing heavy loads, it increases the chance of rope breaking. There are now safety guidelines for mountaineering ropes, in which case the use of climbing ropes or ropes is absolutely prohibited. Really must use, need to use towel to protect, avoid the rope direct contact with objects with sharpness.
5. Do not suddenly attach to the rope
This will cause the rope to bruise, even if it is not visible on the surface, but the inner may have broken. So be careful not to overload the rope.
6. Don't borrow rope
There is nothing more dangerous than not knowing under what conditions the rope has been used. If you unknowingly use a rope that seems to have borne the weight of a sudden, it is possible for the rop

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