Not fit for purpose
Usually, you can tell from a product’s name what it’s intended to be used for. A hairbrush will be for brushing your hair, for example, or a yard broom for clearing your yard. You get the idea, it’s not rocket science. You wouldn’t expect to pick up a comb at your local store and read on the label “not suitable for use on hair” would you?
Someone in the product description department of this company seems to think about things in a slightly different way. How else can you explain a product called a climbing rope to have a disclaimer underneath that states “not suitable for climbing”? I guess it’s helpful that they put it there for safety, but what is the point of the product?