Beal - Panic - Sling

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Attributes & features
Recommended use:
sport climbing sling
Carabiner types:
snap carabiner with quickdraw
Major axis strength:
29 kN
Minor axis strength:
9 kN
Open gate strength:
9 kN
22 kN
30 cm
approx. 105 g
stiff dogbone; carabiner with quickdraw
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Product description
Just the thing for smashing those difficult climbing routes: the Panic from Beal! The practical sling allows you to reach badly positioned hooks even from a distance, whilst the 30 cm long dogbone is so strong that the quickdraw can be used as a clip stick. The Panic is equipped with a Kong carabiner, which stays open thanks to a clever stopping mechanism, and can thus be mounted. By pulling on the carabiner, the mechanism can be loosened and the safety catch closed. Whether you want to grab a hook just out of your reach, or just need a bit more reassurance - with the Panic you’re sure to get all the way to the top!
Note: The Dogbone from Panic comes in blue, red or black. Unfortunately, a choice of color is not available.
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