logsden wrote:Recommendation for your article - you show a picture of the basic setup without a picture of a properly clipped anchor point. This could be confusing to someone not familiar with the setup. It would be a good idea to include a shot of it properly rigged.
Buckaroo wrote:4 strands of 8mm seems like overkill, not exactly "going light". Try some 5mm tech cord or skinny dyneema runner even better.
Redundant - The resulting anchor should be redundant for every part in it. In simple terms, pay attention to every piece of gear you have installed; if any one of them should break, you should always have secondary security built into the anchor. No single failure should lead to total failure of the anchor.
No Extension - There should be no extension, or slack, in the system. The more extension there is, the more brutal the shock forces will be in a case of a fall.
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