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Buy and Sell Used Climbing Gear Please do not post retail SPAM.

Author
FS: Industrial harness, ascenders and descender
J_Kerr
16/06/2009
5:35:55 PM
Selling: 1x Rock Empire Skill Uni Harness (size 1) never used and well stored. Asking $130.

1x Petzl Stop Descender. Never used, $70

1x Petzl Croll chest ascender. Never used $40

2x Petzl Ascension (jumar). SOLD

All prices are inc P+P.

Please send me an email or a PM if you'd like to see any pics.
Cheers
J_Kerr
25/06/2009
8:25:09 AM
Bump. dropped prices.

jkane
25/06/2009
1:00:14 PM
PM'd you re Jumars. Actually thinking maybe about the chest ascender too? Thinking of getting into aid/big wall but haven't researched much yet. Will try to figure out what I actually need!
J_Kerr
5/07/2009
3:08:00 PM
Dropped prices again.
PDRM
5/07/2009
5:54:19 PM
On 25/06/2009 jkane wrote:
>PM'd you re Jumars. Actually thinking maybe about the chest ascender too?
> Thinking of getting into aid/big wall but haven't researched much yet.
> Will try to figure out what I actually need!

For aid you will not need a chest ascender. Caving, rescue or IRA for that particular kit. Although I guess could be handy for rigging hauls.

Paul

IdratherbeclimbingM9
5/07/2009
8:08:30 PM
On 5/07/2009 .Macca wrote:
>For aid you will not need a chest ascender. Caving, rescue or IRA for
>that particular kit. Although I guess could be handy for rigging hauls.
>
True, you don't need it; ... but depending upon your setup it could be handy.
I use three jumars. One to each foot and one on the chest. It allows flexibility in knot crossing as well as switching between leapfrog and ropewalk techniques (overhang or slab territory) dependent...
devlin66
5/07/2009
10:12:24 PM
On 5/07/2009 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>True, you don't need it; ... but depending upon your setup it could be
>handy.
>I use three jumars. One to each foot and one on the chest. It allows flexibility
>in knot crossing as well as switching between leapfrog and ropewalk techniques
>(overhang or slab territory) dependent...

Is that aid talk? I doesn't compute. ;-)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
6/07/2009
11:57:09 AM
Not just aid. Technical ropework (caving etc) is identical ascent technique/jargon.
;-)

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