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Metolius Ultimate Daisy

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    8 Reviews


    Tougher than nails, let alone daisies.

    Whether you're setting up a bombproof anchor or chilling on a hanging belay, rest easy knowing the Metolius Ultimate Daisy has you covered. With every loop strength rated to 22 kN, this burly buddy of climbers everywhere puts its flowery name to shame. And talk about crossover gear: this is the only daisy to pass the CE/UIAA Sling Standard.
    • Item #MET0337

    Tech Specs

    Dyneema Monster Sling webbing
    22 kN
    Claimed Weight
    5 oz
    Recommended Use
    rock climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Very safe daisy chain

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I feel more secure with the metolius ultimate daisy than with a classic daisy chain, not only because of the more robust construction but also because you can't fool things up when securing yourself to an anchor.

    I will only state one negative issue: the harness atachment loop is too short and its difficult to tidy up the atachment knot.

    I would like to try the Metolius PAS which seems to have a longer and narrower atachment loop, despite its minor total length.

    Very safe daisy chain

    Daisy Chain

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

    I really like this product. It works great for a personal anchor and gives you a lot of variety for length. I had been using slings as a personal anchor for years but I will never go back. The ultimate daisy chain is versatile and well worth the money.

    Finally feel safe hooked to the chains

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The one aspect of climbing that was hard to trust was hooking into the chains and coming off belay. I had used a variety of ways to hook to the chains(some safer than others) including a traditional Daisy chain, an alpine quick draw and two quick draws. I never felt safe transferring from lead to repeal. With the Ultimate Daisy I don't hesitate to hangout on the chains and take my time getting set up. I LOVE IT!

    most excellent daisy chain!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love the Ultimate daisy for the same reason I dig the Metolius Safe-Tech harness. you can't screw things up. It's weight tested for 22 kN, UIAA certified, USA made, and all around a great daisy. The double reinforced loops spread nice, even when weighted. The color option isn't huge but will go well enough with aiders. It's on my rack permanently now! I would highly recommend adding this to yours.

    most excellent daisy chain!

    Worth it...liked it more that other type of Daisy

      just arrived home from rock and I can only say that after using today for first time this kind of daisy chain (i had only used the classical daisy like black diomonds), i would never go back to use the other type. Very comfortable, a little more bulky than a classical daisy but worth it in every aspect. Recomend it much more than the other type of Daisy chain after using both.

      Worth it...liked it more that other type of Daisy

      Metolius is bomber!

        Just got this chain. Got two climbs (two anchor setups on the edge for a top rope) where I've used it to work off the edge setting the anchors. It is bomber handy.. also have used it on the same anchors when I transfer over to a rappel after each climb. The easy length change lets me move stuff around while I'm hanging off the edge and at 22KN I feel pretty secure. Granted, I usually have the top rope in too, but there are moments that I'll just clip this in and do my thing. I like to take slack up on my rope, let this out to full extension, and then lean out for my rappel. Once I'm secure that my rappel is solid and my right hand has control I'll reach up and disconnect the daisy... I know, you got all this down.. no big deal. I am a noobe and have just been climbing a little better that a month and a half. Can't find to many to climb with and end up solo a lot... so, I have to be a little more meticulous and slower. This daisy is a great aid and its strength helps me gain confidence at height.