Petzl Djinn Axess
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The Djinn Axess Quickdraw Set is a reliable, durable solution for your initiation to outdoor climbing. It has a durable Axess sling and 2 Djinn carabiners with key lock noses for quick clipping.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Petzl Djinn Steel Axess Quickdraws - 10 Pack FEATURES of the Petzl Djinn Steel Axess Quickdraws - 10 Pack DJINN Still bent gate carabiner Steel carabiner for greater durability, with aluminum gate to retain same clipping feel as the DJINN carabiner Large gate opening facilitates manipulation and clipping the rope Wider rope contact surface for better rope glide and reduced wear on the carabiner Nose and Keylock system designed to prevent the carabiner snagging during maneuvers NAdeg 8 quick link Large opening Steel ensures great durability Durable Axess sling Axess String protection: Over entire length of sling to keep the carabiner in position and protect webbing from wear during intensive use
The Djinn Axess 12cm Quickdraw 6 Pack from Petzl is a reliable, durable solution for initiation to outdoor climbing. It has an Axess sling and two Djinn carabiners: one straight-gate carabiner on top and one bent-gate carabiner on the bottom. The top carabiner, equipped with the Keylock system and a special nose shape, facilitates clipping and unclipping the anchor. The bottom carabiner is equipped with String sling protection to hold the carabiner in position and to facilitate clipping the rope.
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The DJINN AXESS quickdraw is a reliable, durable solution for initiation to outdoor climbing. It has an AXESS sling and two DJINN carabiners: one straight-gate carabiner on top and one bent-gate carabiner on the bottom. The top carabiner, equipped with the Keylock system and a special nose shape, facilitates clipping and unclipping the anchor. The bottom carabiner is equipped with STRING sling protection to hold the carabiner in position and to facilitate clipping the rope. The keylock on both top and bottom makes clipping and unclipping as easy as possible. The holding part for the lower carabiner helps keep the large opening for the rope easy to access. This is overall a great, light quickdraw with nice large openings. This shorter length is good for keeping falls close to the protection. DJINN AXESS quickdraw designed for a great outdoor climbing debut. DJINN carabiners: - large gate opening facilitates manipulations - H-shaped cross section offers an improved strength/weight ratio - wider contact surfaces for better rope glide and reduced wear on the carabiner - nose and Keylock system helps avoid the carabiner snagging during maneuvers - DJINN straight gate (upper part of the draw): facilitates clipping and unclipping - DJINN bent gate (lower part of the draw): facilitates clipping the rope AXESS slings: - durable construction - lower end equipped with STRING to hold the carabiner in position and protect the webbing from wear Specifications a Major axis strength: 23kN a Minor axis strength: 8kN a Open gate strength: 9kN a Gate opening: 24mm a Bent gate carabiner opening: 27 mm a Capacity: 24mm a Material(s): aluminum carabiner, polyester webbing, rubber STRING a Certification(s): CE EN 12275 type B, UIAA, CE EN 566 Strength (12 cm sling): 22 kN Weight: 107 g Made in France Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is non-returnable. Please call us toll free at 877-236-8428 or e-mail email@example.com with any questions.
The Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw eases beginning climbers into lead climbing with its simple, durable, and reliable structure. While the upper Djinn carabiner has a straight gate to facilitate clipping bolts, the lower Djinn carbiner has a bent gate in order to help you efficiently clip your rope so you can quickly climb on. Both carabiners have a wide contact surface for better rope glide and reduced wear, and the keylock system prevents snagging for easy cleaning. The Axess dogbone has polyester webbing that remains stiff in order to help you clip, and the String insert on the end prevents the sling from moving around when you clip it. The shorter draws (12cm) provide stable use on straightforward routes, and the longer ones (17cm) work well for reducing rope drag when you start heading up routes that meander.