Tibloc

Tibloc

Petzl

$49.95

The Tibloc is an excellent tool and used as an emergency rope clamp for ascending ropes or setting up hauling systems.
  • Extremely compact and lightweight: an efficient piece of basic equipment
  • Versatile: this rope clamp is easy to use with a locking carabiner for ascending ropes or for setting up hauling systems (progress capture)
  • System presses the carabiner against the rope to guarantee that the rope clamp grips the rope immediately and completely in any position: no risk of rope damage due to the teeth catching partially on the sheath
  • The cam has teeth and a self-cleaning slot to optimize performance under any conditions (rope that is icy, muddy...)
Weight: 1.2oz / 35g

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