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Ultimate Control. The Notch Rope Runner Pro was developed in partnership with Kevin Bingham and the Notch engineering team, to improve the industry’s most popular SRT device. Notch Rope Runner Pro $550 Designed by Notch with original inventor Kevin Bingham, the Notch Rope Runner Pro has enhanced ergonomics and rope friendly edges. The Notch Rope Runner Pro is the ultimate SRS mechanical device.

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The HaulerBiner Compact Rescue Kit is a lightweight, compact and simple to use/deploy. The HaulerBiner is fully rated for lifting people. The HaulerBiner has three  pulley wheels incorporated into each Karabiner, creating a compact and lightweight 6:1 or 7:1 Mechanical Advantage system. The HaulerBiner also has a purpose-designed progress capture cam with, an ‘on/off’ position.  The HaulerBiner utilises purpose-developed 6mm (1/4") rope, for strength and easy handling/best grip.  The kit is supplied in a two-pouch bag, for easy deployment. The HaulerBiner is load rated to 140kg (310lbs) but it has an MBS of at least 16kN/3500lbs tested as a complete system....

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Protos® - translated from ancient Greek THE FIRST - is the first integral safety helmet of its kind. Over more than 12 years of development, the goal to integrate ear, facial and neck protection, as well as chin strap and rear ventilation between the inner and outer shells, has been pursued and successfully implemented. Let yourself be impressed with the best head protection in the world! WHAT IS THE PROTOS® INTEGRAL? PROTECTION IN A PREVIOUSLY UNACHIEVABLE DIMENSION ONE SHELL - AND COUNTLESS APPLICATION VARIANTS The Protos® Integral can be used in many areas: HUNTING & TRACKING   OUTDOOR   TREE CARE  ...

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Non-locking carabiners are a fundamental part of any climbers rack, so you should take time to become familiar with the factors that affect performance before making your selection. Key factors to consider are: Strength (gate open especially) Design features that optimise safety Ergonomics Weight and functionality Intended end use: sport, trad or winter climbing

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Not all connectors are the same and so choosing the right one for the job in hand can be a daunting task. Different shapes, materials and locking mechanisms form a bewildering array of choice. Add in the potential for captive eyes, swivels or pulley variations and the list of options is vast. To help simplify this selection process, we have compiled a prompt sheet that will help you decide what you want from a carabiner style connector. 1: Should I choose Alloy or Steel? Choosing the correct metal for the connector is a fundamental part of the selection process: Alloy...

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