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Mammut Smart 2.0 Belay Device

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    Belay intellectually.

    Don't let a long day at the crag mess with the integrity of your belaying. With the Mammut Smart 2.0 Belay Device, you'll have the help of assisted braking on your side. This lightweight belay device is perfect for gym and sport climbing, especially on long days spend climbing and lowering at the crag. Built to handle ropes between 8.7 and 10.5 millimeters wide, the Smart works well with any HMS locking carabiner and lowers smoothly and securely even when you're a little beat up from the day.

    • A durable belay device for safer and smoother belays and lowers
    • Assisted braking offers extra layer of safety
    • Durable steel insert resists wear for longer last
    • Handles easily for smooth lowering and slack feeding
    • Works with any HMS locking carabiner for low profile use
    • Item #MAM011T

    Tech Specs

    Type
    assisted braking
    Rope Diameter
    8.7-10.5mm
    Claimed Weight
    2.11oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Great belay device

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Like the other reviewers say, this device is amazing for sports climbing. Catches and locks up like a pro (I use a camp hms biner) it is super easy to to feed slack once you get the hang of it.
    The reason I'm giving 4/5 stars is because lowering it's pretty choppy. Lowering is fairly intuitive but it goes from locked to unlocked within a few degrees of motion, and that makes it difficult to lower smoothly.

    Simple/Secure/Awesome!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Fairly new to climbing and was looking for something to learn lead belaying and decided to try out the Smart 2.0, I'm very happy!! It feeds out rope so easily and lowers so smoothly and intuitively that everyone in our group was impressed and looking to buy one of these instead of their GriGri 2's! I'm using it with a Mammut Crag HMS locking carabiner and the assisted braking is amazing, no more tiring out that brake arm when your partner is resting on a route. If you're looking for a belay device to use in the gym, on single pitches, or routes you won't be rappelling from this thing is perfect!!

    Not a bad option

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a fairly simply assisted breaking belay device if you're looking for something cheaper than the GriGri. It handles pretty smoothly. However, I really only prefer it inside the gym. Outside, I prefer to use my Edelrid Jul. Pair this with the Smarter accessory Mammut makes and you've got yourself a lot of peace of mind. I'd argue this device teaches better belay habits as well that translate to other belay devices better than those who learn on the GriGri. Overall, not a bad option if you're looking for an upgrade from your tube style belay device.

    Massive Improvement over the Smart "1"

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    After using this twice, I sold my GriGri and have literally never thought twice about it. For background I climb mainly hard single sport-pitch climbs. I climb between 3 and 5 times per week and have had this device for ~10months. I used to have a Smart Alpine but the braking force was quite weak. Heavier climbers would make it so I still had to hold the rope or it would feed through slowly.

    Any belay device can top-rope, so I won't discuss that. But this is the best lead belay device I've ever used, hands down. It brakes very firmly - much more securely than the Smart Alpine. While holding a hanging climber I just put a coil of rope around my hand as a safety and I don't need to apply a single ounce of force to keep the rope locked. In contrast to the super strong braking force, the device is so easy to feed through. Once you get the hang of pulling up on the lever (took me ~2 days in the gym), the device feeds slack easier than anything I've ever used (somehow even easier than non-locking devices). It's also light and SIMPLE (read: not a Wild Country Revo...).

    Every person I climb with has since switched over to this device - one person switched from a MegaJul because he said this one provided stronger braking AND easier slack-feeding. Several others got rid of their GriGri's. People complain that you can't rappel with it - deal with it. Get another device for that.

    IMPORTANT: Definitely make sure you use this with a Mammut HMS Locking 'Biner. It optimizes braking force and the geometry just works best for the Smart 2.0.

    Great for single pitch sport

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a great belay device at was it was intended for. The “assisted brake” feature isn’t a guaranteed self-lock, but it IS very secure. No mechanical device is a replacement an attentive belayer using good form, but this supplements the belayer nicely. It’s not as versatile as an ATC but I like it better in the gym or on strictly single pitch days. Smoother than a gri gri; better lock than an ATC...nice device!

    Amazingly easy to use

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This device operates much like any standard belay device like the BD ATC but has the assisted breaking feature . Making it a great belay device for a novice belayer. As a rock climbing guide I am often put on belay by clients which in some cases just learned how to belay the second before I go on lead. With the assisted breaking element giving me that warm and fuzzy before leaving the ground. The GriGri is a popular device that is often given to new belayers but if you are trying to move fast you can expect to be short roped which is why I prefer the Smart. It also makes for a great device when wearing gloves. However using the smart while on a multi-pitch climb isn't the best because it cant be used for top belay, but pares well with the GiGi or Evo.

    Light and easy to use

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I like using a crag device that has a braking assist--I also like things that are simple and lightweight. Since it operates very similar to a standard belay device, there's never the confusion potential of holding it open when trying to brake-- I like this device so much that I started incorporating it into my Moab Women's Clinic. I did wonder how to use it if I wanted to rappel a fixed line: you can feed the rope in "backwards" of the normal direction (basically using it like a regular rappel device). It won't give you the brake assistance if you rappel this way, but it operates just like any other rap device. Another tip: when pulling out a lot of slack for a leader: hook your left thumb just under the lip of the handle and pull your thumb straight out from your waist area (the brake end will still be in your left hand) as you pull the slack out. This quickly becomes second nature, but my first instinct was to pull my thumb up rather than straight out, which is the most efficient direction. Great device, and it has become a staple for me!