16mm Natural Manila Rope Sold by the Metre from Ropes Direct

16mm Manila Rope sold by the metre

16mm Manila Rope sold by the metre

£1.50 Inc VAT

(Quantity discounts available)


5.0 average, based on 1 reviews

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16mm Grade 1 Natural Manila Rope sold cut to length by the metre. Please enter the length you require in metres in the quantity box below. Your 16mm Manila Rope will be sent in one continuous length, if you want more than one length please order the total and then indicate your requirements in the customer comments box at check out.

Our manufacturer has labelled this rope as 16mm but we measure the actual diameter as about 17mm.

It is important to read our Q&A pageregarding possible shrinkage and actual rope diameters and our Helpful Hintspage.

Manila is a good strong traditional natural rope that is especially resistant to sunlight and stretches very little. It is ideal for use in the garden and being natural it complements planting and timber work. Uses include ~ Handrails & Fencing, Lawn & Deck edging, Swing & Climbing ropes, Rose & Pergola swags.

The standard finish for this rope is for both the left and right ends to be taped. If you would like to have them either whipped, soft spliced or hard spliced please visit our 'rope end finishes' category.

This manila rope has been manufactured in The Philippines and conforms to EN ISO 1181 – 2004. Whilst not test certificated the 16mm has an approximate MBL of 1,900kg

Product CodeMAN16
ManufacturerRopes Direct
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ConditionNew
Weight0.22kg

You can save money on this item when you purchase several at a time. The table below shows the minimum quantities required to benefit from this offer, and how much they'll cost.


QuantityPrice per unit
1£1.50 Inc VAT


Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

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Bought for making an adult tree swing, this natural rope is beautiful and perfect for the job. As an ex-navy man, my husband is looking forward to practicing his splicing skills on this traditional navy rope.Sally Rohan (Jun 17 2018, 11:49 am)
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