£67.00

 £67.00

 £67.00

Product Code: E5210039

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The latest development of the classic self-braking belay device now allows the use of ropes from 8.9mm to 11mm. Designed for sports routes and indoor walls


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Product Features

  • Dimensions: 8.9mm x 11mm
  • Weight: 185g

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4 Customer reviews for this product

 
great belay plate
Reviewed By David, 28 Apr 2014

has a great lowering smoothnes and is very good for long climbs where the belayer may get tired. Slighty harder to use for lead belaying but is easy to get used to.

 

 

 
Good
Reviewed By Cody, 13 Jul 2012

It is harder to use compared to a normal average black diamond or dmm

 

 

 
Excellent devices.
Reviewed By Alex, 07 Apr 2012

These are noticeably smaller and lighter than the older version and work very well. It's worth speaking to an instructor at the wall before belaying a leader as it takes a while to get anywhere near as quick at paying out slack as with a normal belay plate.

 

 

 
Lives up to most expectations
Reviewed By Ryan, 16 Mar 2012

A lot of people will say that the original Grigri is still the way to go and to an extent I agree, however it's down to personal needs. My local climbing wall uses 11mm ropes on top rope which is the top end the Grigri 2 can take and I find that it struggles to cope with the thickness especially when the ropes are getting older. Personally I wouldn't use the Grigri 2 with any rope bigger than 10mm thick. When it comes to leading though when I am using either my 9.2mm or my 10mm rope the Grigri 2 works extremely well. Operating is just the same as the original but it seems to be slightly smoother and more sensitive, so as long as you are using thin ropes I would go with the Grigri 2 and save that little bit on space and weight.