Petzl Basic

 

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Multi-purpose lightweight ascender

The Basic ascender is a lightweight, compact and multi-purpose ascender that works great for hauling systems, ascending fixed lines or as self-protection when climbing with a fixed rope. A self cleaning cam and angled teeth ensure a secure grip on the rope.

  • Chrome-plated steel cam with angled teeth and self-cleaning slot grips the rope securely, even if they're muddy or icy
  • Multiple attachment points allow for different uses (e.g. self-belaying, haul systems, etc)
  • Nylon trigger
  • For use with ropes between 8 and 13mm in diameter

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