Black Diamond Dynex 10mm Runners. Keeping rope drag and rack weight to a minimum, 10 mm Black Diamond Dynex™ Runners have a tight weave that increases durability and decreases bulk.
Dynex is highly abrasion resistant, strong and lightweight
Assorted colors for all 30 cm (12 in) and 60 cm (24 in) Runners
Ink Blue for 120 cm (48 in) Runners
BD Orange for 240 cm (96 in) Runners
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Assorted / 12" (30cm)||00793661287230||BD3800210000ALL1||10M22936519D|
|Assorted / 24" (60cm)||00793661287247||BD3800220000ALL1||10M25980775W|
|Assorted / 48" (120cm)||00793661287254||BD3800230000ALL1||10M24732263E|
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Not sure what else I can say. These are the only runners I own. They get used and abused and still hold strong.
Only runners I own. Work great and very durable and lightweight.
The Dynex Runners are an integral component of our Operational Search and Rescue Kit. SpeerOpTech will use nothing else, as these are of the best quality and durability.
I love these things. On Alpine routes I use them heavily and they never fail, from building a belay or an abseil to just using them as a solid anchor you cant beat them. Small, fast, packable and light.
First: have never used these in ice or snow. Have used these top-roping waterfalls for rappels, and in lots of rain. These seem to dry out lots faster than nylon and when soaked are much lighter than nylon. They are also easier to knot then nylon, especially when doubled as a anchor around a tree. The only place where sometimes nylon seem to work better; is in leg loops with ascender, due to the width. Am in a gradual process of replacing all my nylon runners with these.
I ordered two 24" and two 48" runners for SAR work. I really wish the colors were "assorted" so I could easily tell the short from the long. However, three are white/grey and one is white/brown. Also, maybe its industry standard, but the 48" runner is only 45" and the 24" runner is only 22.5". They will still work great for my application (not anchors) and save weight and space over nylon.
I use these for aid. No-bulk, so I can double or triple-loop these for length.
I made the switch a few years back because I was sick of my nylon runners freezing up and getting stiff and unmanageable. The dynex runners are rated higher, are lighter, and don't soak up much water so they are always pliable. Sorry nylon, I'm not looking back.
Great runners. Nice and light. I never use my older nylon runners any more...even the ones I bought right before these about 6 months ago. We use these for personal anchors and extendable draws. Wonderful draw when combined with the HoodWire. Great product.