Black Diamond nForce

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Designed for maximum gripping force on wet icy and muddy ropes the Black Diamond nForce Ascender is the top choice for jugging lines in any situation The ascenders 4bar linkage provides improved holding power and the 360degree carabiner clipin point allows a locking biner to rotate through The large ergonomic grip provides added dexterity and cam manipulationFourbar linkage for greater holding power360degree carabiner clipin pointsSpacious grip improves dexterity and cam manipulationNote that this item of climbing safety equipment is nonreturnable Please call us toll free at 8772368428 or email bentgatebentgatecom with any questions

- Bentgate.com

Description of Black Diamond nForce AscendersGiving you the best grip for jugging icy, muddy ropes think Denalis West Buttress or some gnar-ed out fixed cord in the Fisher Towers, the nForce ascender generates more clamping force than conventional designs. The spacious grip accommodates gloves, and a 360-degree biner clip-in point allows full rotation of locking biners. FeaturesWeight 245 g 8.6 ozRight AnthraciteLeft BD OrangeSpacious grips360 biner clip

- US Outdoor Store

The innovative Black Diamond nForce generates clamping power from both sides for more force than anything out there-plus less wear on your rope - giving you the best grip for jugging icy, muddy ropes.. . . Dual-side crimping design uses a four-bar linkage that drives a climber's body weight into the rope. Fast cam manipulation by using thumb, trigger finger, or the edge of the frame. Grip accommodates gloves. 360-degree biner clip-in point allows full rotation of locking biners. Left is BD orange color.

- EMS

Jug icy, muddy ropes with the Black Diamond nForce ascender that offers 33% more gripping power than traditional ascenders and is capable of driving a climber's bodyweight onto the rope with four-bar leverage for maximum hold. Manipulate the cam with the trigger finger, thumb, or edge of frame while the large grip accommodates gloves.

- Mountain Gear