Omega Pacific SBGII

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I had the honour to introduce the sbgII to the Israeli…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: 9.97

I had the honour to introduce the sbgII to the Israeli market.

It is now spreading out like a fire in a dry field!


Best ever! Tried many different types of ATC's before…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $18.95

Best ever! Tried many different types of ATC's before settling on the SBGII

1. rope will never snag on crabs like others' would, especially when you need to give out some rope in a hurry
2. the 4-way 'adjustments' allow you to belay depending on the leader's weight/preference
3. not as loud as i initially expected (being all metal)
4. overall: smooth, smooth smooth!

am planning to buy extras just in case

caveat: should your belay carabiner be a little narrow (like my petzl freino), space can be a bit tight when you are clipping in; especially when you have other stuff on your belay loop. I carry another belay carabiner, just in case i need to switch.

get one! you won't regret it!

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Thanks to an innovative design that features an incorporated stem and fully adjustable friction, Omega Pacificand#39;s SBGII belay/rappel device provides unlimited versatility to accommodate climbersand#39; needs in a variety of situations. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Omega Pacific SBG II Belay - Rappel Device SPECIFICATIONS of the SBG II Belay / Rappel Device by Omega Pacific Weight: 77 grams / 2.72 ounces Material: Aluminum ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

New and improved, Omega Pacific's SBGII is the smoothest & most versatile belay device available! Based on a design by Greg Lowe.By incorporating a rigid stem on this device,climbers can go from full lock-off to whipping rope out in a single, smooth action, no more binding up as the device tries to free itself! And the amount of friction can be completelyadjusted to suit your particular need. Does your climber outweigh you? Are you using skinny ropes? Then set up the brake line through the V-Slots! Clipping in short (into the oblong hole in the center of the stem) adds even more braking power.

- RockCreek

Belay with the versatile, rigid-stemmed SBGII belay and rappel device from Omega Pacific that delivers smooth operation no matter what. Based on a design by Greg Lowe, the SBGII incorporates a rigid stem that allows you to transition from lock-off to feeding out rope without binding.

- Mountain Gear

Omega Pacific SBGII


The Omega Pacific SBGII is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 20, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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