Edelrid Adjustable Belay Station Sling

Edelrid Adjustable Belay Station Sling
Edelrid Adjustable Belay Station Sling
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Adjustable Belay Station Sling by Edelrid
Edelrid's Adjustable Belay Station Sling equalizes anchor systems with two or three fixed points quicker than any other climbing sling could. Simply clip this adjustable sling to two or three fixed points with locking carabiners, with the tie-in loop clipped to the lowest fixed point. Then tighten the sling for an equalized anchor, clip another locking carabiner to the tie-in loop, and use that locker for belaying in guide or standard modes. You can also anchor yourself to the bottom carabiner with a clove or munter hitch, and the sling's super strong 22kN breaking strength is sure to save you and your climber from a nasty fall. This quick-and-easy belay station is unique and innovative, so be sure to study the included manual before using it.

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SKU: ELR0020
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