Edelrid Jul Device

Priced: $17.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Edelrid Jul Device
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FEATURES of the Edelrid Jul Device.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Edelrid Jul Device.

Manufactured:

  • Body made of high-quality stainless steel for optimal abrasion resistance and minimal heat conduction

Features:

  • Synthetic cover prevents the skin from getting burnt, e.g. after prolonged abseils
  • Asymmetric design with two braking speeds
  • Suitable for 8.9 - 10.5 mm diameter ropes
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Country of Origin:Germany
Material:Stainless Steel
Type:Passive
Weight:63 g

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Edelrid Jul Device Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great!

I love steel belay devices for desert climbing. Aluminum gets eaten up by every little bit of desert grit on your rope. Steel doesn't. This device also has a higher friction mode which i didn't think it would by looking at it. Simple and effective.
Irish Dave at Mountain Gear on 07/07/2013

Neutral Reviews:

easy to use

While it is an eye-catcher (numerous people at the climbing gym walked up to look at it) and the single hole makes it a no-brainer to use, there were times when it was jerky when lowering a climber. This varied with the condition of the gym rope. It was very smooth lowering a heavier climber but lowering someone in the 100 pound weight range was jerky. Maybe it will smooth out with use. I'll stick with my Reverso - which is simple to use and very smooth lowering climbers.
PA top-roper at Mountain Gear on 12/12/2011