Salewa Quick Screw


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Ice Screw

The Salewa Quick Screw is an innovative ice scerw with intergral quickdraw and ergonomic handle.

The Quick Screw has great features and some advantages over other designs, namely:

- Winder with large handle for fast and effortless tightening
- Ideal screw placing thanks to compact head and direct attachment of harness loop to screw shaft
- Compact construction avoids overloaded climbing harness
- Colour coding for easy length differentiation
- Integrated screw tip protector (patent registration in progress) won't get lost, prevents injury and damage to clothing
- Screw tip protector fixes screw in place until used, easily removed with one hand
- During removal from the ice, screw can remain clipped to rope and won't get lost
- Three lengths available

Glacier mountaineering, Ice Climbing


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