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Petzl Dual Connect Adjust

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    Petzl Dual Connect Adjust

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    Full Description

    The Petzl Dual Connect Adjust has a descriptive name; it has 2 connectors, one of which is on an adjustable length of rope, with the other being a fixed length. This system is ideal for setting up abseils and multiple abseils as well as quickly securing yourself to an anchor when mountaineering and multi pitch climbing.

    The adjustment device is a simple auto block and works just like a belay plate being used in guide mode, this means it locks when under load but allows slack to be pulled through easily to shorten the length of your lanyard. The lanyard is a dynamic rope so will absorb shock in the event of a small fall, however it is not designed to withstand a fall from above an anchor point (factor 1). Under no circumstances should it be used for Via Ferrata.

    Petzl Dual Connect Adjust Features

    • Dynamic rope lanyard
    • 45cm fixed arm
    • 15 - 95cm adjustable arm
    Weight:
    160g

    Reviews


    5/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
    Petzl Dual Connect Adjust Review
    5
    Michael Lucas
    These things are fantastic, as it the single version. I use mainly for ice climbing in the alps where they are very useful and fast to use on bolted anchors which would then also apply for sport routes. Recently used the single version in Scottish winter and it certainly removes some of the gaff of tie'ing in direct to the anchir point or using a cows tail. The double is best when you have multiple abseils back off a route so you can stay connected whilst setting up the abseil. Use combined with a twist lock caribiner to extra 'slickness' and safety at the anchor.