Grivel Single Spring Leash inc Rotor Crab

 

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Perfect for ice climbing. This elastic sling system can clip onto your tools when climbing ice or rock to avoid loosing them down to the ground- who would want that?! This solves the problem for climbers who love climbing without a leash. The Single Spring is attached to the harness by looping it through the tape ring over the harness itself. The small carabiner is hooked onto the hole on the axe’s head when using it to lean on when walking or through the hole on the spike when holding the shaft in traction.**

You can swap hands or tool easily without interfering with the manoeuvre thanks to it compactness and the arm can be extended to its limit thanks to its elasticity.


**In both cases it is impossible to lose the axe.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

-The single spring must never be used as a self belay for the climber or to belay a companion. Its strength is limited to 200kg.

-The small carabiner has a maximum resistance of 750kg and must never be used instead of a normal carabiner when climbing or belaying

  • Compact when required, long when required.

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