Petzl Scorpio Eashook Lanyard

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Free Shipping. Petzl Scorpio Eashook FEATURES of the Petzl Scorpio Eashook Facilitated progression for optimal protection Two retractable arms facilitate access to the Eashook carabiners and do not interfere with progression One short arm for attachment to bars, for Tyrolean traverses or for progression close to the cable (must be used with a K-type locking carabiner, not included) Twisted attachment sling facilitates connection to the harness with a girth hitch Passing intermediate anchors is simple and quick with the Eashook carabiners Wide opening for easy connection of carabiner to cable Protective pouch with zippered closure for the tearing energy absorber enables its condition to be easily checked SPECIFICATIONS of the Petzl Scorpio Eashook Weight: 540g Length of lanyard (without carabiners): Total length: 85 cm Lanyard arms length: 60 cm extended (36 cm retracted) Short arm length: 7 cm Length after complete tearing: 210 cm Material(s): nylon and polyester, steel ring, aluminum carabiners Certification(s): CE EN 958 Meets new requirements (VG11 2013) Guarantee: 3 years ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

For Via Ferrata adventures, use the Petzl Y-shaped lanyard with tear-apart energy absorber and EASHOOK carabiners.

- EMS

For via ferrata climbing adventures, the Scorpio Eashook Lanyard from Petzl has all the features you'll need for a great day out on the cliffs - Eashook carabiners included. The retractable lanyard arms help keep them out of the way, and the tearing energy absorber is stored in a zippered pouch so it's protected and easy to inspect, while the third arm is great when traversing or when you need to rest by clipping directly to a rung.

- Mountain Gear

Petzl Scorpio Eashook Lanyard

MSRP:
$162.00

The Petzl Scorpio Eashook Lanyard is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 6, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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