Edelrid Ohm

 

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The Edelrid Ohm is a new concept- assisted braking and friction adding device, made for solving the problem of a heavier climber being with a lighter belayer.

As anyone who's been in the situation knows, it's no fun flying into the air, or the wall. And as a climber you want to have total confidence in your belayer in order to commit to those big moves. The recommened weight difference between climbing partners is roughly no more than 30%. The Ohm greatly increases that ratio.

The Ohm is attached to the first clip point and provides added friction when the climber weights the rope. This will help stop the belayer being lifted off the ground, or the climber hitting the deck if they aren't far up. It also provides for a nice smooth lower off.

Designed to only add friction when the rope is weighted, you won't notice it when climbing or paying out, only when it's needed!




  • - for single rope, 8.9-11mm diameter.
  • - suitable for indoor and outdoor climbing.

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