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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 22 kN so you can feel good about clipping in.

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What is the difference between this and...

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

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The Pro has a double tether on the loop that connects to your harness. If you look at the image of each on the product pages you will see that the standard Sterling Chain Reactor Canyon Sling only has a single connection loop.

5 5

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.

How long is this?

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How long is this?

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40 inches.

3 5

Too bulky for my taste

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Nylon is the safest PAS material, but I found this thing to be just a little too bulky.

5 5

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.

4 5

Best safety sling I used.

I have had a few safety slings over the years, but this is my favorite.

Hi all, there is some conflicting information...

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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?!?

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Hey Patrick, these are rated to 14 kN. I dont know why in tech specs it says 22 kN.

5 5

Good Looking Sling

Sterling slings and runner are awesome in the sense that they don't snag or attract dirt. I have bee using my sling for about a year now and it still look 95% new. Get it! It's a solid necessary piece for any climber.

5 5

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 :)

5 5

best Daisy chain!!

I bought this for sport climbing and first considered the metolius one but found this cheaper. Its made out of nylon and its very sleek and stylish. Sterling makes great products!! If your considering buying a daisy chain before you buy the metolius, check this Guy out!!

5 5

Love It

I use this for Canyoneering all the time. I like it because it is a full strength slings and can be used for so many things. I use it extend my repelling device for use with an auto bloc. It is great for passing knots on extreme long repels. It is great for just clipping into awkward anchors.

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