Petzl Stop

 

RRP: £93.60
NOW: £82.92 (£69.10 ex VAT)

You Save 11% Availability:  Only 1 left!

Blue

ADD  TO MY BASKET

 

Thanks for your interest in the Petzl Stop Blue. We're sorry we're unable to fulfil an order at this time but if you'd like to be notified when stock is next available please let us know:

Product:

Quantity *:

Email *:

Phone:

Notify Me

In the meantime, perhaps the alternatives below might be suitable:

Accessories

£31.90

Associated Items

Discount Code

If you are a member of an outdoor or watersports group and have a discount code, please enter it in the box below.

For more information on discount codes, click here.

Self-braking descender for single rope

The Petzl Stop is the most popular descender, being easy to use and having the backup of the automatic brake (remember to lock it off if you've stopped though!). It can also be used instead of a chest jammer in an emergency on short pitches. The downside is that it can get a bit warm on long descents of a dry rope (think Alum pot North West) so take a squeezy bottle of water with you!

Designed for use on rope between 9mm and 13mm. The self braking effect varies depending on rope diameter (larger  rope - more braking) and weight (more weight, less braking).

  • Self-braking function allows you to easily stop and maintain your position on rope (although its a good idea to get into the habit of locking your stop off!)
  • Device can quickly be installed or removed from the rope without disconnecting it from the harness
  • May also be used to ascend short distances with the addition of an ascender and foot loop

Up and Under PROFESSIONAL BLOG

A very sad day for Up and Under

Please read the attached for our statement about the loss of our friend.
More on A very sad day for Up and Under »

Patagonia Sample Sale - Postponed

Unfortunately we have had to postpone the Patagonia Sample Sale until further notice. Thank you very much for your understanding.
More on Patagonia Sample Sale - Postponed »

January Staff Newsletter

January saw us starting to get into the swing of things again. A little snow saw many of the team in the Beacons, as well as further afield with trips to the Peak District, Cheddar Gorge and Pembrokeshire all squeezed in. New Years day allowed few of us to get out (even if the weather wasn't great in South Wales) but a number were in still Snowdonia and elsewhere where it was a little nicer.
More on January Staff Newsletter »

Please wait!