Mammut Bionic Alpine Belay

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Mammut Bionic Alpine Belay Device FEATURES of the Mammut Bionic Alpine Belay Device Innovative and ultra-robust belay device based on the tube principle V-shaped grooves and the rear rope-bearing surface are made from abrasion-proof steel Rope friction and the resulting critical sharp edges Housing, on the other hand, is made from lightweight aluminum, making the total weight of the unit just 80 g Suitable for twin, half and single ropes from 7.5 to 10.5 mm in diameter

- Moosejaw

The Bionic Alpine Belay Device is an innovative and ultra-robust belay device based on the tube principle. The v-shaped grooves and the rear rope-bearing surface are made from abrasion-proof steel, which prevents wear from rope friction and the resulting critical sharp edges. The housing, on the other hand, is made from lightweight aluminum, making the total weight of the unit just 80 g. Suitable for twin, half, and single ropes from 7.5 to 10.5 mm in diameter.

- CampSaver.com

An innovative and ultra-robust belay device based on the tube principle. The V-shaped grooves and the rear rope-bearing surface are made from abrasion-proof steel, which prevents wear from rope friction and the resulting critical sharp edges. The housing, on the other hand, is made from lightweight aluminum, making the total weight of the unit just 80 g. Suitable for twin, half and single ropes from 7.5 to 10.5 mm in diameter. For more information check out Bent Gate employee Lucy Hanes's review on our blog.

- Bentgate.com

The very light Bionic Alpine Belay from Mammut is used in alpine terrain allows one or two second climbers to be independently belayed in an autolocking mode from the fixed point. Suitable for twin, half and single ropes from 7.5 to 10.5 mm in diameter.

- Mountain Gear

Based on the tube principle, the Mammut Bionic Alpine Belay Device can be belayed in an autolocking mode from anchor systems. V-shaped grooves give you extra control when you're belaying your buddy on lead.

- Backcountry.com