Climbing Technology Click Up Plus

 

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Assisted breaking single rope belay device

The Climbing Technology Click Up Plus is an evolution of the tried tested and well loved Click Up belay device and allows traditional belaying techniques to be used (as you would employ with a Bug, ATC etc.) but with the additional safety feature of assisted breaking. Designed specifically for indoor and sport climbing, it works for top roping and lead belaying on dynamic single ropes of 8.5mm to 11mm diameter.

In common with it's excellent predecessor the Click Up Plus allows the belayer; to arrest a fall simply holding the free end of the rope with the braking hand, to lower the climber by applying a slight pressure over the device while keeping under tension the free end of the rope with the braking hand and ensures effective belaying even if the rope is incorrectly installed in the device.
So what is the Plus for in the CLICK UP +; paying out rope is smoother and easier due to the new shape of the device combined with the accompanying Concept SGL HC karabiner, it is more comfortable for top-rope belays especially when used on chalk filled, furry climbing wall ropes,safety is increased as the chance of error due to incorrect handling of the rope while braking is reduced and it is more ergonomic.

All of the tweeks to the general shape of the device create these improvements but the key additonal safety change is the V-PROOF SYSTEM. During the belaying process maintaining the V-shaped angle of separation between the two sections of the rope with most devices is vital. A reduction in the value of this angle can affect the proper functioning of the device when locking the rope. The V-Proof System, featured on Click Up + reduces the chance of this error occuring due to a mobile partition that facilitates the activation of the assisted-braking system, e.g. if during a fall the braking / live side of the rope comes into contact with the partition this pressure contributes to the rotation of the device and the consequent locking onto the rope.

Included with the Cick Up Plus is the Climbing Technology Concept SGL HC karabiner whihc is a hot-forged light alloy HMS carabiner with a screwgate closer and clean nose to avoid snagging. It can be used with most belay devices but excels with the Click Up Plus and has ample space for use with the Munter hitch. The ACL (belay loop clip) system helps to prevent cross loading whilst awear-resistant hard coat anodizing makes it ideal for regular and prolonged use.

  • 110g for device
  • 77g for karabiner
  • 8.5 -11mm single rope compatible
  • Conforms to EN 15151-2:2012 type 2

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