DMM International

Pivot Belay Device

$54.95

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The Pivot belay device delivers confident belaying and effective stopping power whether used in guide mode, or belaying from the waist.

Guide plates have traditionally been difficult to operate when lowering seconds. The Pivot's shackle reduces the force needed to initiate lowering, increasing control of the speed at which you lower your second.

This device increases rope control when belaying, lowering a partner and abseiling. It is a fundamental part of a climbers rack.

Pivot enables guide mode and gives easily controlled lowering of two seconds
The pivoting shackle moves the point of leverage when initiating lowering of your second. This vastly reduces the force needed to initiate and control lowering of one or two seconds, making guide mode more user friendly.

High performance internal geometry gives greater rope control
Hot forging and CNC technology is used to shape the internal structure of the device to give greater control over a wide range of ropes. This is especially evident when using modern, small diameter ropes.

Two friction modes for varying applications
In its standard orientation, this device gives confident control over a wide variety of rope diameters. It can also be flipped 180° for smooth abseiling on thick or low stretch ropes.

Product Code
A1160LG

Weight
72g

Rope Diameter
half/twin: 7.3mm-9.2mm | single: 8.7mm-11mm

Meets Requirements of
EN15151-2:2012

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