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Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw

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    Simple safety.

    The Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw eases beginning climbers into lead climbing with its simple, durable, and reliable structure. While the upper Djinn carabiner has a straight gate to facilitate clipping bolts, the lower Djinn carbiner has a bent gate in order to help you efficiently clip your rope so you can quickly climb on. Both carabiners have a wide contact surface for better rope glide and reduced wear, and the keylock system prevents snagging for easy cleaning. The Axess dogbone has polyester webbing that remains stiff in order to help you clip, and the String insert on the end prevents the sling from moving around when you clip it. The shorter draws (12cm) provide stable use on straightforward routes, and the longer ones (17cm) work well for reducing rope drag when you start heading up routes that meander.

    • Djinn carabiners: upper straight gate upper and lower bent gate
    • Keylock system
    • Axess sling with lower String insert
    • Item #PTZ001A

    Tech Specs

    Sling Material
    polyester webbing, String (rubber)
    Sling Length
    12 cm, 17 cm
    Sling Strength
    22 kN
    Gate Type - Bolt End
    straight (keylock)
    Gate Type - Rope End
    bent (keylock)
    Carabiner Strength
    [major axis] 23 kN, [minor axis] 8 kN, [open gate] 9 kN
    [gate opening] (straight) 24 mm, (bent) 27 mm
    Claimed Weight
    [12 cm] 3.7 oz, [17 cm] 3.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    Solid Protection.

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

    I bought these to use as my anchor for sport routes. Surprisingly lightweight but I feel very confident knowing they will protect me.

    Quality draws

      I think that Petzl's Djiin draws are all time, and most reviewers seem to testify similarly.
      Mine clip smoothly, feel light, and have held up well.
      If you're concerned by weight, it is probably worth checking out the Spirit - the Djiin weighs 3.7 oz's per 12 cm draw, while the Spirit weighs only 3.3 oz's per 12cm draw.

      Awesome Sport Draws

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Bought a set of these for my first rack of sport draws. Been using them a year now. Awesome for those of us just getting started. The biners have nice gate action with wide openings so they're easy to handle, the bones are stiff and burly (I'm guilty of hanging on them when working a project), and the noses on the biners are notch-less so they don't get hung up when cleaning. Only con is that they're much heavier than draws geared towards trad, so I wouldn't use them for that. Otherwise, don't hesitate. I like these more than the BD ones in the same price range (positron).

      Easy to Clip

        These draws are lightweight compared to other draws I've used, which has been very nice for me on approaches - especially since I'm a small person. They clip very easily, which I attribute to the shape and texture of the gate. I hate struggling to clip so these draws have become my new favorite.

        Great Clipping !!

          Ive used this carabiner in a few different climbs now. It has great tension in the gate so it will stay where you want. The rubber insert is also a great feature on the clipping side of the draw. It allows the carabiner so stay put and not move when you are reaching for those far bolts to clip. All in all a great draw and everyone that ive talked to has fell in love with it as well. Highly Recommend

          Simply the best

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          Although I have somewhat limited climbing gear experience (I've only used two brands of quickdraws) the Petzl Djinn Axess Quickdraw is awesome. They are lightweight (not as light as Petzl Spirit), durable, and super easy to clip. The bent gate makes it easier to clip your rope and the bright yellow color makes it easy to identify which end to use. I’d recommend these to any sport climber, regardless of experience or talent level.

          Also I’d like to add that and their price matching are the reason I keep coming back! Excellent company, excellent customer service, and most importantly: excellent quickdraws!

          Best quickdraw that I used

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          For a long I'm using the Petzl Spirit. This year I decided to change after a friend told me about the Djinn. I'm very happy with the product. Very light and I can't see how these are worse than the spirit. I would totally buy than again.

          quickest draws in the west

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          These are quickly becoming a favorite of mine because of the larger gate. At first I thought it might be too bulky and maybe even get in the way some but they are super lightweight and I dont notice them getting in my way on my rack, but they are super quick and easy to place especially when you are just past your crux and can hardly move your arms.

          Add a few to your rack and find out for yourself!

          Awesome, love it.

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Great draws, love them. Super super easy to clip. Obviously the Carabiners are of a good size (bigger then other draw biners) but still light weight. Probably the best quality to value draws out there.

          Great sport draw

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          Simple, clean, and effective. They do the job and they do it well. I recently took a rack up of 50/50 djinn/spirits and honestly didn't feel much of a difference.

          These are not the type of draw I will bring along on trad climbs but for sport I'm sold

          Petzl Spirit on a budget

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I expect the Djinn to take the sport climbing world by storm. The price is what we used to consider budget prices for a quickdraw, about the same as the Mad Rock Ultra Light. But the carabiner is almost indistinguishable from the Petzl Spirit. It's just a hair heavier (39g vs 45g -- for your redpoint burns with preclipped draws this won't even matter), and the spine has a slight bend in it where the Spirit is straight. This bend actually slightly improves the ergonomics of clipping the rope in my opinion. The strength of the biner and the sling is identical to the Spirit Express and the Djinn has a barely larger gate opening.

          The Axess dogbone is basically just like the old Express dogbone but with a consistent width instead of getting fatter in the middle. It's lighter and sleeker while still being thick enough to grab easily. Only downside here is for Petzl: I bet this draw cannibalizes their Spirit Express sales quite a bit.

          Photo attached compares Djinn Axess and Petzl Spirit Express:

          Petzl Spirit on a budget

          Couldn't agree with you more about this blowing Spirits out of the water. I saw these at REI this morning, but didn't look at the price, I figured they were more expensive than Spirits because they were knew, but did a triple take when I saw the price online just now.

          They look and feel almost identical to Spirits with a small bend. The dogbones are a touch less stiff, but still plenty stiff. If I hadn't bought 5 new Spirit quickdraws less than a year ago, I'd be all over these.