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paullpl447's picture
Sep 4th 2015
I kind of like more a proper rope bag to carry my rope, quickdraws, shoes etc. It's horrible to drag your stuff into the crag, if you can't park your van next to crag....

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chas Bissell's picture
Climbing
Sep 4th 2015
I made one super easily out of denim and lined the inside with felt.

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Michelle Webster's picture
Underwater Basket Weaving Champion 2002-2004
Sep 3rd 2015
I have a refillable one. But I don't use it as much as I should, so I haven't had to refill it more than once. #INeedToClimbMore

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Michelle Webster's picture
Underwater Basket Weaving Champion 2002-2004
Sep 3rd 2015
It's a hardcore unicorn.

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Dave Thexton's picture
Climbing Gear Geek
Sep 3rd 2015
Hi Rob, There are now several devices similar to the Petzl Grigri. One device I have seen used in several slackline rigs is the Edelrid Eddy which for one reason or another, just feels a little bit more sturdy in this situation. If you are planning on rigging very long lines then you might consider getting something even bigger such as the Petzl ID. Hope that helps, Dave

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Dave Thexton's picture
Climbing Gear Geek
Sep 3rd 2015
Hi Shannon, The Micro Jul is one of the smallest belay devices available and can accommodate ropes from a tiny 6.9mm up to a fairly small 8mm. Hope that helps, Dave

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Dave Thexton's picture
Climbing Gear Geek
Sep 2nd 2015
Hi Asher, If you have a clip stick there is sometimes a Velcro attachment for you to do this. However, if you haven't got a clip stick then dont worry, just check out this handy video from Jonathan Siegrist: http://www.epictv.com/media/podcast/how-to-make-your-own-clip-stick-with-jonathan-siegrist-%7C-q-tip/602579 Hope that helps, Dave

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Dave Thexton's picture
Climbing Gear Geek
Sep 2nd 2015
Hi Shannon, It's completely safe. Sometimes you might even want to set up certain quickdraws this way to make them easier to clip or even to avoid the gate of the carabiner opening against the rock. Hope that helps, Dave

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