Trango Cinch

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I've had my cinch for about a year and I can't find…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $75

I've had my cinch for about a year and I can't find a bad thing to say about it. I use it several times a week for self belay as a professional tree climber and I use it recreationally for rock and ice climbing.

The mechanics are super simple, it's almost impossible to misuse, it auto locks and is super easy to let rope out. The design allows for very little wear on the rope, less than a standard belay device and it's light and small.

The only drawback is you still have to carry a conventional belay device to rappel yourself on 2 ropes, the Cinch is only good for single rope usage, but honestly it's so light and compact it's a cinch to carry it with you wherever you go.

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Visit Trango's Cinch page.

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Trango Cinch Belay Device FEATURES of the Trango Cinch Belay Device Designed it with an eye for function, aesthetics, and simplicity Offers a secure belay and lower on a wide range of single ropes Releases easily and modulates fluidly while rappelling or lowering Smoothest feeding locking-assist belay device available Fits comfortably in your hand for ease of use SPECIFICATIONS of the Trango Cinch Belay Device Weight: 182 gm Recommended Single Rope Diameter: 9.4 - 11mm Use with caution on ropes 9.4mm NOT intended for use with half or twin ropes CE ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Trango Cinch Climbing Belay Device - The Cinch Belay Device by Trango provides a lightning-fast rope feed, a bomber locking-assist stop, and a smooth lower, all without you ever needing to take your hand off the brake strand. The Cinch is the latest in a long line of innovative belay devices introduced by Trango. Designed with an eye for function, aesthetics, and simplicity so it offers up a secure belay and lower on a wide range of single ropes. In addition, it will release easily and modulate fluidly while youâ??re rappelling or lowering. The Cinch feeds rope easier than any other device and fits nicely in your hand. Whether you are catching whippers at the sport crag, or longer multi-pitch adventures, you will want to make sure you have the Cinch Belay Device by Trango.

- Outdoorplay

Bringing smooth and simple to the assisted-locking vernacular, the Cinch Belay Device from Trango functions logically, modulates fluidly, and locks off quickly on UIAA/CE certified single ropes in the event of a fall. Despite its strength and versatility, it's only 6.4 ounces - making this a great way to keep your rack's weight low.

- Mountain Gear

Description of Trango Cinch Belay DeviceThe Cinch is the latest in a long line of innovative belay devices introduced by Trango. Designed with an eye for function, aesthetics, and simplicity its about as complicated as a door hinge, it offers up a secure belay and lower on a wide range of single ropes.On smaller diameter ropes, or when holding falls that generate extremely high loads in excess of factor 1 the Cinch acts dynamically, reducing shock loads to the belay system. In addition, it will release easily and modulate fluidly while youre rappelling or lowering off. The Cinch feeds rope easier than any other device, fits nicely in your hand, and weighs 182gm. For use on CEUIAA dynamic climbing ropes only.Optimum rope size is 9.4 - 11mm. FeaturesWeight 182gm 6.42ozRecommended Single Rope Diameter 9.4 - 11mmDo not use with half or twin ropesCEMade in the USA

- US Outdoor Store