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rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is the most comfortable budget harness I have used. It is great for all climbing uses, though not the most comfortable to fall on, can easily be sat in for hours without much discomfort. The Jay is a great harness that has stood up to the last four months of very heavy use. I have worked at a ropes course all day all week in it. It is very comfortable to wear and sit in for lengthy periods of time. However the haul loop off the back is quite small and is difficult to attach anything to it. Full review

Mega Jul

rated 5 of 5 stars This device does everything. I have not encountered a single situation in climbing that the Mega Jul could not handle smoothly and easily. It can and will replace basically anything else you currently use as a belay/rappel device. EASE OF USE: Everything that this device claims to do, it does. It is perfect for belaying a leader, feeding out rope effortlessly. When used for toproping, the tuber-mode is still smooth and just as simple as your ATC. Belaying a second is also very easy, and the diagrams… Full review

Valve Cartridge Adaptor

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A great gadget that could potoentially save a lot of money with regular use. This is a great idea that could potentially save a lot of money. I scour car boots for unwanted gas cartridges that need to be pierced instead of screwing the stove into a thread. I can pick them up for peanuts. It adds weight and bulk, but it is worth it for the savings I make as it becomes much cheaper to run. It costs around £20 so it may be a while before you get your money back! The only drawback is the rubber ring… Full review


rated 3 of 5 stars I have done a fairly well controlled test and comparison of this stove in the kitchen and have used it in the field during a recent five-day backpacking trip. In the field the stove works fairly well: it is stable and the pot supports are wide enough for a 2 litre; the pot supports also meet at the burner close enough for a cup; the control knob is flush with the canister and pivots on the hose axis, which makes upending for the dregs of gas very easy and would be beneficial in winter temperatures;… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars If you like the freedom of climbing and pulling your own rope through on the fly, this is the best and safest. Only uses 9 mm max rope, very light in tree work. Full review

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Edelrid Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer: Climbing Gear Preview
Companies vie for "lightest helmet ever" honors. Plus, ropes with two diameters and touch-sensitivity, new double-axel cams for tight, tricky placements, a crevasse rescue device (no Z-pulley necessary), and bags to keep all your climbing gear organized. Read more
July 29, 2012

OutDoor Gold Awards for Gear Design Innovation
Eleven outdoor products — including an Edelrid kids climbing harness, custom Hanwag hiking shoes, a Therm-a-Rest sleeping pad, a Valandre down jacket, and a Mountain Hardwear shell — were honored recently at the OutDoor Show with Gold Awards for outstanding innovation and design achievement. Read more
July 18, 2011


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