Beal Birdie

 

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Beal Birdie Belay Device

This is a compact belay device with assisted braking for sport climbing or top roping. It has a fully metal construction with the cam forged out of stainless steel for much greater durability compared to other assisted braking devices.
The rope exits following a straight axis which avoids twisting & pig-tailing.

The Birdie can be used with dynamic single ropes between 8.5mm  & 10.5mm

  • Rope Size: 8.5mm to 10.5mm
  • Weight: 210grams

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