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How do you adjust the valeo speed jump rope for your height?

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  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    Yup! I have the exact same issue. It says "adjustable" but without instructions, I'm not sure how to do it.

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    my jumprope was a little bit long for me when i got it, but now about 2 months later, it somehow magically got wayyyy shorter! its way too short for me, and im only 5 feet tall! and it doesnt come with instructions. Someone please help!

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It's simple, really.
At each end of the handles, you'll see a black cap. You can use a flathead screwdriver to go right in the crack of it, and pop it out. You then take the black rope, pull it out, and move down the silver piece until it fits your height. If you're like me, you'll need to cut some of the rope so it will fit in the handle. After you have adjusted it to the right height, snap the black caps back in.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

  • normzee Nov 27, 2010

    How did you all configure the end that you trimmed? I knotted it but then the rope looses its ability to turn smoothly.

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Apparently there are different versions of this rope, as I read from a customer off Amazon. Yeah, easy enough to pop off the end caps, but I suspect many out there have the same model that I have, where you can't just push the rope out the ends of the handles. There's something that blocks it from moving more than an inch or so. So far I'm trying to grab the ends with needle nose pliers, but even those aren't skinny or long enough. So it's not really that "simple."

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Pull rope out hard. Using screw driver remove bearing by flipping it out. Then plyers to unsquueze metal clamp, shorten rope, re-squeeze clamp, put back thru handle, push bearing back into handle and done. V EASY.

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Pliers! That was the key for me, use pliers to pull tight rope out of handle. The silver clamp will still be bent so the rope wont slide back through. I used the pliers to slightly "untighten" the clamp by squeezing it opposite of ****. After adjusting the length I used the pliers to once again tighten the clamp at the proper length of rope. Cut the access rope and reassemble the handle cap. Done!

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

  • jjfar Mar 31, 2011

    look to see if there is a hex nut on the side.
    if so loosen this nut pull rope thru and tighten.
    hope this helps

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