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Don't step foot on a glacier without it.

If your next adventure involves glacier travel, make sure the Mammut RescYou Rescue Belay Device is clipped to your harness. In the event of a fall into a crevasse, the RescYou device allows for rapid self rescue or the rescue of another person with a compact 6:1 pulley system that can be attached directly to your harness. The device eliminates the need for you to setup a time-consuming system in a rescue scenario where every extra second counts.

  • Innovative and compact 6:1 pulley system allows for quick self rescue or rescue of another person in the event of a fall into a crevasse
  • Entire system weighs just 14 ounces and easily clips to a harness
  • Certified to EN 567 standards for rope clamps
  • Includes a safety card with brief crevasse rescue instructions

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Can anyone comment on the pros and cons...

Can anyone comment on the pros and cons of the Rescyou vs a cravesse rescue kit from Petzl??

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Never used this, but the concept and video make it look pretty cool. 6:1 mechanical advantage of this over a 3:1 z-drag and the time it takes to rig it...and no prussiks! I like the theoretical idea of sitting down and working it without a ton of walking and dragging repeatedly.

Frederico's video is the best one I found. Kind of vague in some ways, but the basics are there.

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anyone have any first hand experience using...

anyone have any first hand experience using this? it looks awesome, but would love to hear some reviews. looking to pick one up for a rainier climb. later this summer.