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The CLICK UP is an assisted manual braking insurer, designed especially for climbing in cliffs, which can be used with all single strings of Ø 8.6 ÷ 10.5 mm. It is compact and light, allowing you to ensure a climber from first and top-rope by maneuvering the rope with both hands, and to lower it.

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The CLICK UP is an assisted manual braking insurer, designed especially for climbing in cliffs, which can be used with all single strings of Ø 8.6 ÷ 10.5 mm. It is compact and light, allowing you to ensure a climber from first and top-rope by maneuvering the rope with both hands, and to lower it.

Main features:

    allows to give rope quickly and smoothly;
    allows to stop a fall simply by holding the free side of the rope;
    in order to reduce, just press the tool lightly and keep the tension of the unloaded rope with the other hand;
    optimized and usable with all single strings from Ø 8.6 ÷ 10.5 mm;
    if the rope is inserted incorrectly into the device (inverted rope sides), thanks to the special V-shaped braking slots, it guarantees an effective insurance, allowing braking and lowering the companion without problems.

Warning: carefully read the instructions of the tool before use.

CLICK UP is supplied and must be used with the appropriate CONCEPT SGL HC carabiner, with anti-wear anodization and ACL system which prevents the possibility of loading on the minor axis.

Data sheet

ActivityClimbing
EquipmentBelays
GenderUnisex
AgeAdult
Ean133015589987545

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CT - Discensori - Assicuratori - click up

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The CLICK UP is an assisted manual braking insurer, designed especially for climbing in cliffs, which can be used with all single strings of Ø 8.6 ÷ 10.5 mm. It is compact and light, allowing you to ensure a climber from first and top-rope by maneuvering the rope with both hands, and to lower it.