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Petzl Progress Adjust Lanyard
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An adjustable progression lanyard that allows continuous connection during all types of progression (rope ascent, traverse on a safety line...). Thanks to the Adjust rope clamp, the length of the adjustable arm can be quickly and easily adjusted. The connectors are held in the correct position for ease of clipping.
Adjustable double lanyard that provides a continuous connection in all types of progression
For rope ascent there is a fixed arm for attaching an Ascension handled rope clamp, and adjustable arm to adjust lanyard length when passing intermediate anchors
While moving along traverse lines a fixed arm and adjustable arm of the same length facilitate progression
Very quick and precise length adjustment of the adjustable arm thanks to the ergonomic shape of the Adjust rope clamp (facilitated clipping due to connectors held in correct position)
Dynamic rope lanyard to limit the impact transmitted to the user in case of a short fall (no energy absorber, for positioning work only)
Used with Vertigo Twist-Lock carabiner (sold separately)
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