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CLICK UP KIT

Regular price $94.00
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The Click Up is an auto-locking belay device with an innovative design. Its construction allows the HMS carabiner to move up the central channel which blocks the movement of the rope, effectively locking the rope in place in the event of a fall. The rope is easily freed from this position by pushing the device up in a 'scooping' motion. 

The Click Up allows for smooth and easy rope handling and is an incredibly safe belay device to use in the gym or at the crag. Effective belaying is also possible even if the rope is incorrectly installed in the device (if the live rope and the dead rope are in a reversed position) due to specific tapered friction notches.

Despite auto-locking capabilities, always practice appropriate belaying technique when using this, or any, belay device. Never take your hand off the dead rope!

Key Features

  • Quick and smooth paying out of rope
  • HMS carabiner included
  • Assisted breaking lock mechanism
  • Quality hot forged aluminium
  • Compact and lightweight

Specification

EN 15151-2:2012 type 2
UIAA certified
Patented
Made in Italy

Shipping

We offer tracked shipping with either Evri or DPD at the checkout, you will receive a tracking number once we have dispatched your order. Typically, orders placed before 4pm are delivered within 2-3 business days.

For full information, please visit our full shipping policy.

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PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Guide Mode: No
  • Lock Mechanism: Assisted breaking
  • Number of Ropes: One
  • Carabiner Included: Yes
  • Compatible with 8.6 - 10.5 mm ropes
  • Weight: 115g (HMS is an additional 75g)

Attention! Carefully read the device instructions before use.

CLICK UP is supplied and must be used together with the specific HMS carabiner CONCEPT SGL HC, with wear-resistant anodizing and ACL system that prevents the possibility of minor-axis cross-loading.