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Grigri+

P5270Z22889
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$83.74
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The Petzl GRIGRI + is an assisted braking device designed for all climbers, for both indoor and outdoor climbing. It can be used with all single ropes (optimized for 8.9 to 10.5 mm diameter ropes) and is suited for intensive use. The reduction handle offers exceptional descent control. Two usage modes to choose from, depending on need: top-rope belay or lead belay. The top-rope belay mode and the anti-panic handle make for a more comfortable belay, making the GRIGRI + particularly suitable for learning.

 

  • Belay device with assisted braking for indoors and outdoors, designed for all climbers:
    - hand motions are the same as with classic belay systems: both hands on the rope. A fall is stopped by tightening the hand on the free end of the rope
    - can be used with all single ropes, and optimized for 8.9 to 10.5 mm diameters
    - diagrams for rope installation engraved on belay device (interior and exterior)
    - great durability, for intensive use, thanks to the stainless steel wear plate
  • Exceptional comfort during the descent, thanks to the very controlled progression of the rope feed
  • Particularly suitable for learning:
    - anti-panic handle: if the user pulls too hard on the handle, the anti-panic function brakes and stops the descent
    - choice of belay mode, top-rope or lead, thanks to the selection knob: top-rope belay mode facilitates taking up slack and makes for a more comfortable belay
    - option of locking the belay mode

 

  • Weight: 200 g
  • Rope compatibility: single ropes (optimized for 8.9 to 10.5 mm diameters)
  • Material(s): aluminum side plates, stainless steel friction plate and wear plate, reinforced nylon handle
  • Certification(s): CE EN 15151, UIAA

 

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The Petzl Grigri Plus

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The Petzl GRIGRI + is an assisted braking device designed for all climbers, for both indoor and outdoor climbing. It can be used with all single ropes (optimized for 8.9 to 10.5 mm diameter ropes) and is suited for intensive use. The reduction handle offers exceptional descent control. Two usage modes to choose from, depending on need: top-rope belay or lead belay. The top-rope belay mode and the anti-panic handle make for a more comfortable belay, making the GRIGRI + particularly suitable for learning.

 

  • Belay device with assisted braking for indoors and outdoors, designed for all climbers:
    - hand motions are the same as with classic belay systems: both hands on the rope. A fall is stopped by tightening the hand on the free end of the rope
    - can be used with all single ropes, and optimized for 8.9 to 10.5 mm diameters
    - diagrams for rope installation engraved on belay device (interior and exterior)
    - great durability, for intensive use, thanks to the stainless steel wear plate
  • Exceptional comfort during the descent, thanks to the very controlled progression of the rope feed
  • Particularly suitable for learning:
    - anti-panic handle: if the user pulls too hard on the handle, the anti-panic function brakes and stops the descent
    - choice of belay mode, top-rope or lead, thanks to the selection knob: top-rope belay mode facilitates taking up slack and makes for a more comfortable belay
    - option of locking the belay mode

 

  • Weight: 200 g
  • Rope compatibility: single ropes (optimized for 8.9 to 10.5 mm diameters)
  • Material(s): aluminum side plates, stainless steel friction plate and wear plate, reinforced nylon handle
  • Certification(s): CE EN 15151, UIAA

 

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Mike Adair
Mike Adair
Jul 22, 2017

This is the first assisted braking belay device I've owned so can't compare it although even without comparison it's hard to see how you could want anything better. It only took one evenings indoor climbing to get used to the device at my local climbing wall and the only thing that I needed to do was learn to control descents using the device and not my dead rope hand. It does have a panic function if you pull the lever back too far during lowering but you'd have to be pretty clumsy to switch this on. Some people have talked about the weight being an issue but as this device is primarily for sport climbing I can't say I've even thought about it being even slightly heavy. The other important factor for some people is that it's very, very shiny.

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