Grivel Candela Ice Screw Tool

Grivel Candela Ice Screw Tool
Grivel Candela Ice Screw Tool
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Candela Ice Screw Tool by Grivel
With a fold-out hook to pull cord through a V-Thread (Abalakov) anchor, the Grivel Candela is an important piece of gear for getting off ice climbs. It even has a retractable blade to cut sling material when your anchor is complete. It is also made of soft plastic so you can use it to clean ice out of a screw without scratching the inside.

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SKU: GRV0010
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