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Caddy II

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$39.18

The Edelrid Caddy II is an ingenious new rope bag designed to simplify your time at the crag. The rope resides in a flexible cylinder in the middle of the tarp to prevent knots and tangles. When you are done, simply lift the tarp at the four, tie-in corner loops and the rope will slide straight back into the cylinder. For ease of carrying the Caddy II is equipped with padded shoulder straps.

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The Edelrid Caddy II is an ingenious new rope bag designed to simplify your time at the crag. The rope resides in a flexible cylinder in the middle of the tarp to prevent knots and tangles. When you are done, simply lift the tarp at the four, tie-in corner loops and the rope will slide straight back into the cylinder. For ease of carrying the Caddy II is equipped with padded shoulder straps.

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Based on 4 ratings
4.75

Product reviews (2)

Julia
Julia
Dec 28, 2020

It's like a fancy bucket!

So I've been using a large plastic bucket for our gym rope and although it's apparently "the thing to do" at our indoor gym it took up a tonne of space in the back of my car and it wasn't the easiest thing to coil the rope back into - this is like an upgraded version of the "bucket" and although this is the first rope bag I've ever used (so have nothing to compare it too) I think it's awesome and makes dragging the rope from wall to wall quick and easy. It would be a pain to carry to the crag though as it's more handbag like than anything else, but for use indoors (which it's our main purpose) it's perfect!

PS - It would have received all five stars if they'd made it easier to carry around outside of a gym environment.

Steve McCallion
Steve McCallion
Apr 17, 2013

Frickin brilliant.

The strap design is definitely oriented to sport climbing though. I dragged it up a via ferrata wall in Spain and it was a giant pain in the butt, it constantly swung round to my front side (of course it did, just like every shoulder bag in history has done).

For use in the gym or short approach crags it's honestly fantastic.

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