Black Diamond Cobra/Viper Android Leash

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Black Diamond Cobra-Viper Android Leash FEATURES of the Black Diamond Cobra/Viper Android Leash Cobra/Viper Android designed specifically for the Fall 2007 and newer Cobra and Viper Android is compatible with any technical ice tool Padded wrist straps distribute weight evenly Quick-release clip detaches from shaft for tool-free moves and pro placements Rated to 2 kN The SPECS of the Black Diamond Cobra/Viper Android Leash Weight: 3.7 oz / 104 g Strenght: 450 lbf / 2 kN ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

The Black Diamond Cobra/Viper Android leash is designed specifically for use with the new Black Diamond Cobra and Viper ice tools. PRODUCT FEATURES: Leash connects cleanly to the shaft of the tool with a threaded insert. Quick-release clip frees up your hands for tool-free moves and pro placement. Wrist strap adjusts for comfortable support.

- Appalachian Outdoors

Black Diamond Cobra/Viper Android Leash is designed specifically for the Cobra and Viper ice tools. Use the quick-release clip to detach the leash from the shaft for tool-free moves and ice screw placements. Locking buckle adjuster lets you dial in a secure fit before leaving the ground Padded wrist strap evenly distributes the weight 2.7 kN (600 lbf) strength Weighs 104 g, 3.7 oz

- OMCgear

Clip the Black Diamond Android Leash to your Cobra or Viper ice tool to increase security on long pitches of vertical ice, and unclip easily when you desperately need to place a screw. This isn't one of those works-only-in-the-warm-and-dry-shop leashes. The Android Leash has proven itself in Alaska, Patagonia, and Canadian Rockies' mixed nastiness. Black Diamond's shaft-mounted stud design also makes the Android a great choice when you want to sport your tools leashless for a couple pitches of mixed, and then clip in for the final ice headwall.

- Backcountry.com