Elite SRS Bullet Comp—Speed Jump Rope

Elite SRS Bullet Comp—Speed Jump Rope

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Dual ball bearing design makes this rope fast and efficient
  • Has aluminum handles and 10-foot 2.4-mm-thick nylon-coated cable
  • Will help you make a quick improvement on your double-unders
  • Customizable, with 4 different handle color choices and 8 cable choices
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Easy spin on the handles
  • Comes with joey bag for storage
  • Quick and easy to move as well as resize
What needs improvement ...
  • Expensive compared to its competitors

Product Summary

The Elite SRS Bullet COMP Speed Jump Rope has a dual ball bearing design so it spins quickly. Elite SRS claims that this rope jump is almost friction-free and that this rope is used by top athletes CrossFit like Justin Medeiros.

This rope is great for intermediate or advanced athletes who are looking to improve their double-unders. It comes standard with a 10-foot 2.4-mm-thick nylon-coated speed cable. The handles are made out of premium aluminum and come in four different colors (black, silver, sky blue, gold). The rope comes in eight different colors (black, red, yellow, orange, purple, pink, green). These color options help make the Bullet COMP Speed Jump Rope uniquely you.

Specs

Diameter

up to 2.4 mm

Length

10 ft.

Handles

5.5” long, 1 oz. in weight

Handle color

Black, silver, sky blue, or gold

Cable color

Black, red, yellow, orange, purple, pink, or green

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      Summary

      This is quite the expensive jump rope compared to other ropes on the market, but if you’re looking to really up your jumping game, the cost may be worth it.