NOW: £39.00 WAS: £48.00

NOW: £39.00 WAS: £48.00

NOW: £39.00 WAS: £48.00

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A handled ascender that provides a positive grip on a single kernmantle rope between 9-13mm diameter. Available in left or right hand versions.

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  • Weight: 195g

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2 Customer reviews for this product

Ergonomic Ascender
Reviewed By Sam, 01 Oct 2013

This Ascender is extremely pleasant to use, it fits nicely in the hand when compared to the Petzl Basic or other small-ascenders designed to fit into the hand. The only downside is that when prussiking you effectively lose the distance between the bottom connection hole and the jammer teeth with each step (compared with the Basic Ascender)



Useful tool
Reviewed By Bryn, 22 Sep 2012

Have used this on several occasions, both the Left and Right hand variety - easy and intuitive to use, can be used with relative ease in cramped surroundings and has little to no slippage when weight is placed on it. Would not advise to use this in a situation where a sudden load would be placed on it if possible (such as when arresting a fall) as it will damage the rope, possibly quite severely.

It is a heavy piece of kit to carry when climbing, and there are better alternatives to carry with you on a rack (or just some Prusik cord!). I would also recommend that a karabiner is used on the uppermost hole to ensure that the rope will not "fall out" should the cam be pulled back accidentally.