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Retailers' Descriptions

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The C.A.M.P. USA Tethys Pro Small Mobile Pulley is an ultra-slim, highly functional pulley that is easy to handle and convenient to use when rigging hauling systems.

- REI

C.A.M.P. Big Wall & Protection Tethys Pro Small Mobile Pulley 2155. A.M.P.'s Tethys Pro is a lightweight high-efficiency compact pulley designed to carry seamlessly on a harness and attach to ropes with ease. It features rotating side plates and a large attachment point that accommodates two carabiners. The Tethys Pro uses the same design as the Tethys but features sealed ball bearings for higher efficiency and intensive use at higher speeds. Prusik knots can be installed on either side (aramid cord suggested) making it an idea pulley for rigging a hauling system on route or managing crevasse rescues.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Camp USA Tethys Pro Mobile Pulley Rotating side plates Sealed ball bearings for High efficiency (92%) Compact and lightweight Aluminum alloy body and sheave Stainless steel axle Prusik-minding For ropes up to 13 mm

- Moosejaw

Lightweight and rather compact, the CAMP USA Tethys Pro Small Mobile Pulley easily carries on your harness and attaches to ropes up to 13mm. Like its less-intensive sibling, the Small Mobile Pulley, the Pro features an aluminum alloy body and stainless steel axle for durability on climbs and rescue scenarios. Unlike the Small Mobile Pulley, the Pro uses sealed ball bearings for high efficiency (92%) and intensive use at higher speeds. This pulley is prusik-minding, so it makes for ease in rigging a hauling system on routes or managing emergency rescue situations. Plus, it features a large connection point that accommodates two carabiners, as well as rotating side plates.

- Backcountry.com