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Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling

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    The new sling in town.

    Out with your old, tired slings and in with the new Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling. Whether you're rigged in to belay a heavier climber or just scrambling around up top setting up anchors, this sling is force-rated to over 25.3 kN so you can feel good about clipping in.

    • Item #STE0053

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon
    Strength
    [girth hitch] 12.7 kN, [basket hitch] 25.3 kN
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Sterling chain reactor canyon sling

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I love this thing. The nylon is bomber and I really like having separate loops for redundancy when setting up an anchor. The color scheme is also clever with color at the last loop so you can easily identify it.

    Best Out There

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

    Got this at first for my girlfriend but after seeing it I ending up keeping it for myself and giving her my old Metolius one. Liked this one more cos it is less bulky. Climbing with it at your side you don't even know its there unlike other PASs out there. I highly recommend it for any kind of climbing.

    Easy PAS

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is an awesome personal anchor system and super easy to adjust the length. I trust it to hold me which I clean and on multipitch climbs. I matched it up with a Petzl Spirit 3D locking biner which is slim and small enough to hook onto any anchor.

    The Best PAS on the Block

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I LOVE THIS DEVICE. Although it's a bit bulkier than some other options out there, I'll probably continue to use it as my PAS of choice for 2 reasons...
    1: I'm a beginner, and the comfort it gives me is unparalleled.
    2: It's super long, and I find that I can always position myself in an ideal location when I'm at an anchor.

    Great Personal Anchor System

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are perfect for sport climbing.

    Clip your self into the chains at the top to set up a top rope anchor or a rappel.

    These Chain Reactor slings will be attached to my harness for good, that is, until its time to replace it.



    Edit: I just purchased a second one of these slings so my girlfriend and I can climb bolted multi pitches.

    Please know what you're doing with these slings. Always have your weight on them to make sure you don't shockload the sling, which could potentially make it fail.

    I use these to clip into the bolts at the belay station until I build an anchor and can back myself up with the climbing rope



    Be safe!

    Great Personal Anchor System

    Awesome PAS

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The individual loops give you the versatility of a Daisy Chain, without the potential problem of Daisy Chain failure. It also makes coiling for short storage easier than with a DC. And the price is right for this guy too. One of the best prices, for an awesome piece of gear, that does the job great. What's not to love?

    Prefect personal anchor

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Sterling has earned the right to have me as a fan with this piece. I've trusted this sling since the minute I pulled it out of its shipping box. Doesn't matter what I'm doing this sling is always on my harness. Highly recommend.

    I love this thing

      Despite old timers hating on the idea of a PAS, I love them. Great for anything from hanging on gear anchors to cleaning draws at the top of a sport route. Having all the loops make it very easy to transition around if need be at the anchors without coming off and the simplicity is hard to beat. Plus, I've had mine for over a year and other than some dirt it looks brand new.

      Great Personal Anchor for Canyoneering!

        I bought the chain reactor personal Anchor for use while canyoneering it is always nice and a good idea to be able to easily anchor yourself into an anchor while working near the edge of a rappel setting up the rope, getting ready to rappel, watching the person before you rappel, or while taking pictures or video so you don't fall off and die! It is very nice to be able to easily adjust the length of the chain to suit your needs :)

        It is advertised to be rated at 22kn. I recived mine the tag says it only rated at 14kn?

        Roscoe,



        On this product, Sterling has two specs listed on their site:



        Girth Hitch MBS: 12.7kN

        Basket Hitch MBS: 25.3kN



        But we're getting our specs changed from 22kN to 14kN to match how Sterling is marking the product on their tags.



        Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!



        Jared D.

        Expert Gearhead

        801.736.4336

        jdowns@backcountry.com

        What is the difference between this and...

        What is the difference between this and the Sterling Chain Reactor Pro Canyon Sling? The pro is a dollar more.

        Hi all, there is some conflicting information...

        Hi all, there is some conflicting information posted about this sling. It says in the prose description of the product that it is rated to "over 14kN"; while on the right side, under the technical info of the product, it says 22kN. Which is it?!?