Petzl Coeur


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Bolt hanger

The Coeur is a multi-directional bolt hanger designed for use in sport climbing, multi-pitch climbing and is also good for canyoning.  It is manufactured in three materials; Steel, Stainless Steel (316L) and HCR (High Corrosion Resistant) Stainless Steel (904).  The steel and stainless steel hangers are both available in 10mm or 12mm hole diameters.

The improved design allows for two carabiners at the same time.  Furthermore, the thickness of the hanger and the rounded edges of the connection hole limit wear of connectors.  Finally, the new version has a textured back which keeps the hanger from turning when the anchor is being installed or when it is heavily laterally loaded during use

We predominantly keep the Stainless Steel version but please don't hesitate to contact us if you want another material.

  • Weight: 60-65g
  • Diameter: 10mm or 12mm
  • Hanger breaking strength: 25kN
  • CE / UIAA


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