Climbtech Gear

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Re: Climbtech Gear

Postby Jeff Bartlett » Jan 23, 2013 4:49 pm

GroundquestMSA wrote:I got the stuff a couple of days ago. I gave the ascender a quick few runs up the tree in between rain showers, and was pleased. I've only ever owned one other chest ascender, and that was a Croll, for a few days, so I can't make any comparisons. The Climbtech works great though and is very easy to manipulate. As long as it doesn't drop me, I think it's worth $25.

Does this mean the days of the glorious two-handled-ascenders rig are over??
"Although it pains me to say it, in this case Jeff is right. Plan accordingly." --Andy Armstrong
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Re: Climbtech Gear

Postby GroundquestMSA » Jan 23, 2013 7:01 pm

I guess so. Now I need to find a use for my LH ascender. I've heard some people have a strange device known as a QAS? :big grin:
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Re: Climbtech Gear

Postby eyecave » Jan 29, 2013 11:27 pm

has anyone ever tried to break this stuff or do rope failure tests.... :doh: ..if not we should lobby to resolve to accrue the funds to initiate these tests to determine these safety issues....are we a team..all for one and one for all..... :shrug: ....or are we not these things? :sadbanana:
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