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Black Diamond Pulley


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    4 Reviews


    Your haul bag weighs enough without adding unnecessary friction.

    You finished your A4 pitch. Now comes time to haul. Make your dreaded job easier by reducing friction in your system with the Black Diamond Pulley. This self-lubricating pulley reduces the effort needed to get the pig bag to your free-hanging anchor.
    • Note: This is not a self-locking pulley
    • Item #BLD1028

    Tech Specs

    Claimed Weight
    2.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    big wall climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love the BD pulleys. These have a simple design, but are extremely durable. I recently bought one of these guys to set up a counterweight system for my hang board setup and it works great!

    Great product

      Great light pulley, doesn't do the best job minding prussics. Must have for crevasse rescue though.

      What do you mean exactly by prusik minding. I've just started reading the books and watching the videos on zsystems etc but haven't put any of it to practice. How do other pulleys handle prusiks better than this?


      The Black Diamond Pulley is not designed to mind a prusik, you can see this from the shape (there are no wide side walls). Take a look at the Petzl Pulley for an example:

      A prusik minding pulley prevents a friction-hitch such as a prusik from sliding up into the pulley and jamming the system. Alternatively, you can also use a tubular belay device placed in front of the pulley to act as a barrier from the friction-hitch sliding into the pulley. Check out this video for more beta on setting up a z-pulley:

      BD Pulley

        A great little pulley. I wouldnt want to use it to haul the pig. I'll haul small packs with this or when guiding and a client needs a little help, this is a great peice of gear for the 3-1. Much better than just using a oval biner. Very light, worth the space and weight it will add to your harness.