About | Blog | Forums | People | Free Newsletter
Trailspace is a product review site for outdoor enthusiasts. Use it to find and share great gear.

Petzl ID Self-braking descender - $150

9:53 p.m. on October 24, 2012 (EDT)
0 reviewer rep
31 forum posts

Another item just sitting in my "never used" bag.

New condition Petzl ID for 10-11.5mm rope. $225 new.
Multi-functional handle allows the user to :
- unblock the rope and control the descent with the hand on the free end of the rope
- move more easily on horizontal or low-angle terrain, thanks to the button on the handle
- get into position without having to tie off the device.

Picture posted on craigslist Delaware, but can send the picture direct.

Subsalvage@aol.com

Earl

10:52 p.m. on October 26, 2012 (EDT)
0 reviewer rep
31 forum posts


image.jpg

11:38 p.m. on November 5, 2012 (EST)
1,347 reviewer rep
1,339 forum posts

Looks very much like a gris-gris. Similar? Or the same?

7:48 a.m. on November 6, 2012 (EST)
0 reviewer rep
31 forum posts

I can not answer that for sure, being mostly a tree climber. I bought several

mechanical devices to "Play" with, but decided to stick to what works in my line of work.

The link below gives a good comparison of the two. 

http://www.ropeworksgear.com/s.nl/it.I/id.34/.f

9:18 a.m. on November 6, 2012 (EST)
0 reviewer rep
31 forum posts

You also may want to look into the TRE Sirius Belay devise I also have posted. It does a lot of the same functions, but allows you to work with one or two ropes.

April 20, 2014
Quick Reply

Please sign in to reply

 
More Topics
This forum: Older: Nunatak Large Dual Arc Alpinist. $300.00 OBO. Newer: Selling WM Alpinlite & Hilleberg Allak
All forums: Older: Proper Fuel Line Replacement Newer: Africa: what food to carry in rural and wilderness areas