Hi Friends, I use that and have good climbing times…
Price Paid: 24$
I use that and have good climbing times with it.
In above route it is useful 100%. In traverse aid climbing it has a problem on changing the etriers. That means in traverse routes hang down from that is hard.
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On Sale. Petzl Quickfix Adjustable Sling DECENT FEATURES of the Petzl Quickfix Adjustable Sling Rapid length adjustment via the DoubleBack buckle Equipped with a STRING, which holds the carabiner in position and protects the carabiner attachment loop from wear 3 mm hole in buckle for attaching a release cord to facilitate adjustment Loop on the free end of the webbing for attaching a piton during placement Foot retention system helps keeps your foot in the step while jugging The SPECS Material: nylon webbing, aluminum and heat-treated steel (DoubleBack buckle) Weight: 142 g ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
An indispensable aid climbing accessory, the Petzl Quickfix Adjustable Lanyard positions you at exactly the height you require
- Mountain Gear
Ideal for aid climbing, the Petzl Quickfix Adjustable Sling features rapid length adjustment via the DoubleBack buckle, and attaches easily to the harness with a simple lark's head hitch. Warning: the Quickfix is not intended to hold falls and is not to be used as a lanyard (breaking strength 150 daN)
Indispensable on traverses and on overhanging walls, the Petzl? Quickfix allows you to adjust your vertical position in the anchor. A perfect aid device when placing pitons. DoubleBack buckle allows length adjustment. Attaches to the harness with a simple lark's head hitch. 3 mm hole in buckle for attaching a release cord to facilitate adjustment. A loop on the free end of the webbing for attaching a piton during placement. Equipped with a STRING; to help hold the carabiner in place and to protect the webbing from abrasion. Note: the Quick Fix does not protect from falls, not to be used as a lanyard (breaking strength 150 daN).