Petzl Tibloc


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Compact emergency ascender

The Petzl Tibloc is an ultra-lightweight ascender can be used to construct hauling systems or as a Prusik pulley replacement in self-rescue situations. Use the Tibloc with the Ultralegere pulley for a lightweight emergency hauling kit. To work well the Tibloc should be used with a round bar connector such as the Petzl Attache screwgate.

  • Weight: 39g
  • Chrome-plated steel cam with angled teeth and self-cleaning slot securely grips rope, even if they're muddy or icy
  • Can be used in a hauling system as a progress capture device
  • A small hole at the top of the Tibloc can be used to attach a keeper cord


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