Petzl Laser Speed Light Ice Screw


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This Ultra-light ice screw is designed to save every possible gram from your pack. Weighing between 90-110g depending on specific references it is one of the lightest ice screws out there! Designed with an integrated folding crank allows optimal leverage, making it easier and faster to screw in, saving those precious seconds when climbing. The shape has been optimized to bite into the ice easier, again easing the process of placement. The handy colour- coding of the screws means the length of the screw can easily be obtained. These really are anti-faff ice screws, made to make your time on the ice quicker and more efficient.

  • Material(s): steel drill, anodized aluminum tube, aluminum hanger
  • Easier drill sharpening with the drill's patented sharpening reserve
  • Compact hanger to facilitate screwing into sculpted ice


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