Metolius Rap Hanger

Specs

Bolt hole fits 3/8 in / 10 mm bolts, or 1/2 in full-sleeve bolts
Strength 22 kN / 4950 lbf

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Metolius's Rap Hanger page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Metolius Rap HangersDesigned specifically for belay and rappel stations, the Rap Hangers allow the rope to be threaded directly through the anchor for lowering or rappelling they are unquestionably the best and lowest visual impact anchor out there.FeaturesFor belay and rappel anchorsRadiused ropecarabiner-bearing surface is as wide as a standard carabiner Can be threaded with the rope and lowered from directly Colored powder-coating to blend into the suroundingsBolt hole fits 38 10 mm bolts or 12 full-sleeve bolts Strength 22 kN 4950 lbf

- US Outdoor Store

On Sale. Metolius Rap Hangers FEATURES of the Metolius Rap Hangers For belay and rappel anchors 1018 steel Radiused rope/carabiner-bearing surface is as wide as a standard carabiner Can be threaded with the rope and lowered from directly Bolt hole fits 3/8in. or 10 mm bolts or 1/2in. full-sleeve bolts Powder-coated to match the rock Not for use in marine environments

- Moosejaw

Designed specifically for belay and rappel stations, the Rap Hangers allow the rope to be threaded directly through the anchor for lowering or rappelling; they are the least complicates and lowest visual impact anchor out there. For belay and rappel anchors 1018 steel Radiused rope/carabiner-bearing surface is as wide as a standard carabiner Can be threaded with the rope and lowered from directly Bolt hole fits 3/8" or 10 mm bolts or 1/2" full-sleeve bolts Powder-coated black 22 kN / 4950 lbf strength

- Bentgate.com

The Metolius Rap Hanger is the standard for permanent rappel stations. The radiused rope/carabiner-bearing surface is as wide as a standard carabiner, and can therefore be threaded with the rope and lowered from directly.

- CampSaver.com

Metolius Rap Hanger

MSRP:
$6.95

The Metolius Rap Hanger is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 30, 2016 at Moosejaw.

If you're looking for a new belay/rappel device, check out the best reviewed current models.

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