Petzl - Ergo - Ice tool

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Attributes & features
Ice tool
Recommended use:
Ice climbing; Dry tooling
strongly bent shaft (type T)
DRY pick type T (U19 DRY) with teeth on the top edge
Switch system:
Interchangeable pick
ergonomically shaped handle with TRIGREST / GRIPREST finger rest
50 cm
654 g
Pick weights (Masselottes/ U21600); UIAA certified
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Product description
Petzl designed the Ergo Ice Tool from the ground up to give you every possible advantage on the hardest mixed climbs in the world. The staggered lower grip eliminates pick shift when matching, and a third pommel lets you match and choke up as much as you need to get into position for the next long reach.
  • Highly curved shaft clears the biggest bulges when you go from rock to ice
  • Pick weights provide better penetration in ice and can be removed to lower weight
  • Adjustable grip size provides a custom fit to your hand
  • Mixed-specific pick provides better stability on rock and when stein-pulling
  • No hammer or adze included, so nothing sharp will be coming at your head if you pop a tool
  • Low-profile spikes added to grip for traction on low-angle top-outs
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by Ansgar helpful

Bisher beim reinen Eisklettern verwendet -> super!

Bisher beim reinen Eisklettern verwendet -> super! Unglaublich kraftsparend. Auch wenn man im "Trockenen" (also beim Schwingen durch die Luft im Laden) das Schwungverhalten des Nomic etwas natürlicher findet, habe ich beim Eisklettern immer gut getroffen. Vorteile spielt das Gerät natürlich hauptsächlich im steileren Gelände aus, in WI2-Fällen passt das Quark besser.
Bevorzuge die Dry-Haue auch im Eis, der Krokodilzahn hakt sich super in ausgeschlagene Löcher.

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