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Metolius Personal Anchor System with Blue Bravo Locking Carabiner

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    Fill out your gear stash with the Metolius Personal Anchor System with Blue Bravo Locking Carabiner. We also subscribe to the philosophy that you can never have to many shiny, jangling items on your harness, and this PAS helps keep you safe while you rig a top rope anchor after gaining the chains.
    • Dyneema webbing resists water absorption to avoid taking on excess weight
    • Strength rated to 22 kN so you can rest assured knowing the PAS can handle more than a little hanging action
    • Bravo Locking Carabiner boasts a long axis strength rating of 24 kN and screws shut for added safety while you rig a rappel setup or anchor
    • Use beyond body weight applications makes the PAS safer than a traditional daisy chain
    • Stows compactly to maintain pack space
    • Item #MET0363

    Tech Specs

    (sling) 22 kN, (carabiner) 24 kN
    Claimed Weight
    (sling) 3.3 oz, (carabiner) 43 g
    Recommended Use
    rock climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Simple and Effective

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is an easy to use piece of gear that works well for what you need it for. Its easily adjustable so makes it easy to shorten or lengthen depending on how you want to anchor yourself. Also lightweight so doesn't weigh you down on long multi-pitch routes

    Makes it simpler

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I really like this system. Already complete with 2 screw lock beaners. I learned to clean with this PAS. I bought two an worked out wonderfully. The slings are rather long and it is a good idea to adjust them to a length that is reasonable for you before leaving the ground.

    Handy standard piece of gear to have

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Switched over to this from daisy chains and slings for canyoneering. Just a tad bit easier to shorten quickly when setting up an anchor than the homemade pieces. I especially appreciate this in really cold weather when my fingers are a little locked up and I've got more bulky layers on.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I get why it's useful. Easy to equalize, strong, great for setting up a rappel system with an autoblock. I'm just not finding these things useful to any degree. Slings work beautifully. This thing has not improved my life at all.

    Now, I suppose I might use it to make top-rope or anchor equalization easier one of these days, but I'm more likely to spend a few seconds fiddling with a clove-hitch.

    On the plus side, they really look cool girth hitched to your harness. Everyone that sees you will KNOW that you have your shit together. "He's so racked up that he's run out of gear to buy!" they'll say. "He must be Yosemite SAR!" Wear them to the gym just to make sure those gym rats get the point.

    Great options with easy adjustability.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Gotta love this Pas. I have used it everytime out this year. I use it to clean, to anchor and just to chill while waiting on a multi-pitch. It is easy to adjust the length with all the different daisy's you can clip to. The Biner is a little small 17mm opening. I actually ran into possible issue on a slab route. We had a lot going on with the anchors and I wasn't able to clip around everything. This wasn't an issue for the situation but it was annoying. The biner is easily changed.

    Does the job

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I usually just use slings and carabiners and make simple daisy chains. This is such an improvement. Glad I broke down and purchased one. Its a good length and I like how I can hook it to my harness at different lengths.