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Quick'Arbor Dual Handled Ascender

Quick'Arbor Dual
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Quick'Arbor Dual Handled Ascender

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Quick'Arbor Dual
ASC189

Climbing Technology's Quick'Arbor Dual ascender brings a new level of comfort and ergonomics to double-handle ascenders. With the unique v-shape of the ascender, the climber's arms are kept in a much more natural position, which translates into less fatigue and discomfort on long climbs.

The Quick Arbor has two holes per handle for attaching slings and tethers, as well as a central hole. The guards on the top of the ascenders can be easily flipped down and prevent the intrusion of branches and twigs into the cams.

ASC189
    Features:
  • Ergonomic V-shape
  • Comfortable grip
  • Dual cams
  • Large grips
  • 3-year manufacturer guarantee
Manufacturer : Climbing Technology
Made in : Italy
Min Rope Diameter (inches / mm) : 3/8” / 10mm
Max Rope Diameter (inches / mm) : 1/2” / 13mm
Construction : Anodized aluminum frame, chrome-plated steel cam, rubber & plastic grip, nylon catch
Weight : 17.6 oz / 500 g

Handled ascenders are not rated to be used as the primary connection point to the climbing line. The climber must always be connected to the climbing line by an acceptable method.

Certifications

  • CE
  • EN 12841:2006-B

Climbing Technology Technical Document for the Quick'Arbor Dual

ANSI Z133-2017

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has released the ANSI Z133 safety requirements which apply to arboricultural operations.

This item is ANSI compliant.

The full ANSI Z133 safety requirements are available on our tree care standards page.

Customer Reviews

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Rated: Excellent Review by: Binger

“I like it for what it is. It's a completely different feel when climbing. I am weird and not a fan of hand over hand when I SRS. This allows me to use both arms with ease along with my legs...Plus when I attach it to my saddle it forms smoothly. As someone that is almost 6'4 and 235 I find myself less winded when I get to my final T.I.P. ”

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