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Omega Pacific Figure 8 Rappel Device


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    There’s a reason these things are still around.

    With no moving parts and a classic, burly design, the Omega Pacific Figure8 Rappel Device is one of the most versatile tools on your rack. Whether you’re performing an on-mountain rescue or lowering into a narrow slot canyon, this old school device is sure to come in handy.
    • Item #OGP0012

    Tech Specs

    35 kN
    Claimed Weight
    3.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, rappelling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 Year

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      I use these for setting rope blocks used in Canyoneering. This review mostly pertains to Backcountry. This was a deal as other online companies offered this 8 for $15.00 bought them for them on sale 10 bucks! and shipping is always 2 days with purchase over $50.00 - they will take care of you.

      Great piece of eqiptment

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Just like the description states, great piece of gear, I love having mine, and use it all the time. I have seen some reviews that claim that this is not ok to belay people on, it's not encouraged, but I have no problem belaying on the 8 for ten years, does not have as much friction as an atc, but its cheap and strong and utilitarian. Everything you would expect from a figure 8.

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        I got this to attach myself to a highline with a non-directional and strong piece. It's considerably more substantial in your hand than the Black Diamond 8. The BD 8 is actually quite a bit thinner near the top of the large opening, and only rated to 22 kN, where as this is the same thickness aluminum throughout. I realize the difference between 35 kN and 22 kN strength ratings is pretty academic for a 6 foot fall, but this offers a lot more psychological pro than the BD version. I can't comment on it's intended use, because I likely won't ever use it for that.

        i'm stoopid... where's the button to add...

        i'm stoopid... where's the button to add this to my gear list?