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PAS ANCHOR SYSTEM
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PAS ANCHOR SYSTEM

 
PAS ANCHOR SYSTEM

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: PAS ANCHOR SYSTEM

Manufacturer: METOLIUS

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Created/Edited: Feb 14, 2008 / Feb 14, 2008

Object ID: 4783

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Product Description

Per the Metolius website:

"PAS is yet another example of Metolius’ commitment to products that are safer by design. It is designed to give the climber a high-strength anchor connection while threading for the lower, setting up a rappel or belaying. The PAS should replace the daisy chain that many climbers wear affixed to their harnesses for belay change-overs. Daisy chains should NOT be used because tThe PAS is constructed from our super-strong, proprietary Power Webbing™.hey are full-strength only when loaded in the end loops (intermediate pockets are only 300 lbf/1.3 kN). The PAS is super convenient and easily adjustable--just clip the loop which puts you at the correct height and . . . voila! When not in use, just leave it girth-hitched to your tie-in points, gather the extra loops and clip to the side for compact storage."

Features

 
 
Technical Features:


PAS Features:

- Stronger and SAFER than daisy chains--individual loops are full-strength
(Daisy chains are only strong end-to-end. The individual pockets on a
daisy chain are for bodyweight only)
- More convenient and adjustable than using slings or quickdraws at the
anchor
- Stows compactly
- Constructed from our super-strong, proprietary Power Webbing™
- 2.9 oz. (82 g)
- Length: 42" (107cm)
- Strength: 4050 lbf (18 kN)

Personal Experience

Easy to use, safe, compact and works. Designed specifically for anchoring into the belay and each end loop holds 18kn. Stop the unsafe and inappropriate use of the standard Daisy Chain. Get this!

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mibuUseful

Voted 5/5

This device works for me. It's safe, adjustable and can be stored pretty compact on the harness. I always use it when rappelling as an extension of the rappel device.
Posted Dec 21, 2010 3:14 pm

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