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Grivel Light Machine Ice Tool

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    A technical tool when you need to remain light and fast.

    The Light Machine Ice Tool is part of Grivel's new Machine Series of ice tools that are designed specifically for technical mountaineering on some of the world's toughest routes. Chromoly steel is durable and lightweight, and it won't give up on you when you need it most. A rubber shaft grip ensures good grip, while the attached ferrule provides knuckle protection and allows for easier rests. The attached leash helps to safeguard against dropping your tool in a bad situation.

    • Chromoly steel
    • Rubber shaft grip
    • Steel spike
    • Attached ferrule
    • 50cm length
    • Item #GRV000B

    Tech Specs

    Material
    chromoly steel
    Length
    50 cm
    Rating
    T-rated
    Leash Included
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 4.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    mountaineering, ice climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Fast & Light for Alpine Ascents

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Used this tool on two summits in patagonia recently. Performed very well in ice/mixed up to 70 degrees pitch : Surprisingly good for a simple and light tool. Very good for fast ascents when grams matter.

    How acceptable would these be for B/C skiing? I know the length is short, but shape appears to be acceptable for a single quiver axe(s) for both ice climbing and ski mountaineering in the NE. Any comments, warnings or alternate suggestions?