Petzl Huit Antibrulure

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Petzl's Huit Antibrulure page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Petzl Huit Antibrulure is a figure-eight descender with anti-burn grip for descending on single or double rope.

- CampSaver.com

Never deal with twisted ropes and knots when you're descending with Petzl's Huit Antibrulure Figure 8 descender. With sturdy, forged aluminum, you have nothing to worry about as you quickly make your way back down the face with the anti-burn grip won't let you sear your hands.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Petzl Huit Antibrulure Descender DECENT FEATURES of the Petzl Huit Antibrulure Descender Square shape to reduce twisting of the ropes and formation of a lark's head hitch High strength forged aluminum Small hole can be used with thin ropes if necessary, or as a belay plate The SPECS Weight: 110 g Rope Compatibility: For use with ropes between 8 and 13 mm in diameter Material(s): Aluminum Case Quantity: 10 ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

The Huit Antibrulure by Petzl is a high strength forged aluminum device for rappelling. This is a figure eight descender with an anti-burn grip. The grip was designed for those times you are rappelling down your rope for long distances or quickly, and the device gets heated up from the friction. Instead of grabbing a hot piece of metal with your bare hands, Petzl has put a rubber piece on the end to pinch and pull to get out of the rappel. A square shape helps to keep your ropes from getting that curly-q twist in it, and a small hole is provided for thin ropes or even can be used as a belay plate if necessary.

- RockCreek