Trim weight without sacrificing safety or versatility.
- The bottom loop is slightly rotated to attach (girth hitch) to a harness without annoying twisting elsewhere on the chain
- **Note that daisy chains are not built for falls big or small, improper use as a sole anchor while belaying or cross-clipping two loops could result in serious injury or death
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Not very useflul.
This should not be used as a personal anchor system. This is made for aid climbing. And for that, these are way light. But chances are, unless you are not very tall, this daisy chain is too short for you. I'm 5'9" and I can use it if I place gear with wires or slings, but if I'm going up a bolt ladder or clipping to a pin, it won't reach.
So, the only info for length says "one...
So, the only info for length says "one size." Does anyone happen to know what that size is? I've got long arms and need a daisy that's ~140cm.
Found the measurements on supertopo: 46" aka. 117cm. Way short.
The Dyneema Daisy Chain works great! I use it so much that are in my climbing bag at all times.
Handy tool for my top rope arsenal. I use it for securing myself while setting up an anchor in precarious situations, I use it to clip into the anchor when setting up a rappel, and I use it just to organize caribiners while they are stowed in my pack. I got it for a song off SAC and I'm glad I did!