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The Mammut RescYou lives on your harness in case you get into a jam and need to pull yourself or other climbers up and out of a crevasse. This crevasse rescue device is innovative and ideal in the event of a fall into a crevasse.. After braking a fall into a crevasse, the device is attached to the climbing harness (self-rescue) or a fixing point (rescue of another person). After this, the two rope clamps are clipped to the rope and the compact six-fold pulley, which connects the two rope clamps, is operated. This allows the person who has fallen into the crevasse to be rescued as quickly and easily as possible.. The RescYou eliminates the need for complicated installations and maneuvers in the event of a crevasse rescue, making this groundbreaking device an essential piece of equipment on any glacier expedition. Ideal for: Classical Alpinism, Skitouring / Backcountry Skiing, Expeditions, Rescue / Guide / Work. Suitable for: Mixed- and Iceclimbing. Be prepared for a sudden fall but know you'll be alright with this crevasse rescue device. Weight: 400g or 14.1 oz. Color: Aqua/Grey. Certified according to EN 567 (rope clamps). Includes safety card with brief instructions for crevasse rescue
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Mammut's RescYou system makes cravasse rescue simple and easy. By combining a compact 6:1 pully and a progress capture into one device you are able to quickly clip onto the rope and pull yourself or a teammate out of a sticky situation. Its compact design allows you to clip it onto your harness so it is at the ready at all times.
- Mountain Gear
If your next adventure involves glacier travel, make sure the Mammut RescYou Rescue Belay Device is clipped to your harness. In the event of a fall into a crevasse, the RescYou device allows for rapid self rescue or the rescue of another person with a compact 6:1 pulley system that can be attached directly to your harness. The device eliminates the need for you to setup a time-consuming system in a rescue scenario where every extra second counts.