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Mike Lane · · Centennial, CO · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 905

Why are we ripping tips and tendons when there's this:
changeyourelevation.com/ent…

that guy named seb · · Britland · Joined Oct 2015 · Points: 205
Mike Lane wrote:Why are we ripping tips and tendons when there's this: changeyourelevation.com/ent…
This definitely belongs in the big walling thread.
Chris C. · · Seattle, WA · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 266

Perfect for seconding ice routes with this new device!

fasticeclimb.com/

BigB · · Red Rock, NV · Joined Feb 2015 · Points: 340

Damn ...the perfect jumar

Buff Johnson · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Dec 2005 · Points: 1,145

don't hate the playa

Nick Drake · · Newcastle, WA · Joined Jan 2015 · Points: 483

"The Ronin Lift is the new way to belay your climbing partners. It now offers climbers features that were previously never possible."

Will this make assisted dynos a thing of the past!?
youtube.com/watch?v=bsAiOYX…

Jake wander · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Aug 2014 · Points: 175
Nick Drake wrote:"The Ronin Lift is the new way to belay your climbing partners. It now offers climbers features that were previously never possible." Will this make assisted dynos a thing of the past!? youtube.com/watch?v=bsAiOYX…
hahaha thanks for that video, thats pretty good and i havent seen it before.
Hobo Greg · · My Van · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 120

I just entered so I can use it to "haul kegs and strippers up The Nose." Hope I win!

JohnSol · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2015 · Points: 15
Hobo Greg wrote:I just entered so I can use it to "haul kegs and strippers up The Nose." Hope I win!
Only 400 lbs tho. Not my type of stripper
John Badila · · Salt Lake City, UT · Joined Sep 2011 · Points: 15

Could be handy for photography from a fixed line. Not sure it'd be worth carrying very far, though--they say it's "under 20 pounds!" I think I'll keep using my arms and legs for now. They work for actual climbing as well as jugging!

steverett · · San Diego, CA · Joined Feb 2012 · Points: 105

If you use this to bolt a route, is it technically ground-up?

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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