Sterling Rope Chain Reactor

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sterling Rope's Chain Reactor page.

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Sterling Rope Chain Reactor Pro FEATURES of the Sterling Rope Chain Reactor Pro The replacement for the traditional sewn daisy chain Absorbs enough energy to withstand three factor 2 drops Doubles the tether connection, ideal for institutions or guide services and an ARBOR version that features 4 addition 6in. loops Serves as a full strength, abrasion resistant extension of the in.tie in pointin. of a harness Extends a rappel device brake by more than twice the amount of brake line that is in the visual field Allows for a clear disconnect in deep pools of water Can also be used to belay a canyon leader on a down climb, swim, or exposed approach Kayakers: Use as a tow/rescue line Climbers: Replacement of the daisy chain ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Out with your old, tired slings and in with the new Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling. Whether you're rigged in to belay a heavier climber or just scrambling around up top setting up anchors, this sling is force-rated to over 22 kN so you can feel good about clipping in.

- Backcountry.com

Sterling's Chain Reactor is a replacement for the traditional sewn daisy chain. Extends a rappel device brake by more than twice the amount of brake line that is in the visual field. Can also be used to belay a canyon leader on a down climb, swim, or exposed approach. The Chain Reactor absorbs enough energy to withstand three factor 2 drops.

- CampSaver.com

Description of Sterling Rope Chain ReactorThe replacement for the traditional sewn daisy chain. The Chain Reactor absorbs enough energy to withstand three factor 2 drops.FeaturesServes as a full strength, abrasion resistant extension of the tie in point of a harnessExtends a rappel device brake by more than twice the amount of brake line that is in the visual fieldAllows for a clear disconnect in deep pools of waterCan also be used to belay a canyon leader on a down climb, swim, or exposed approachKayakers Use as a towrescue lineClimbers Replacement of the daisy chain

- US Outdoor Store