A tool for solo climbing that requires manual rope feeding. The greatest benefit is that it will lock even when inverted, increasing its ability to catch a head first fall.
It is similar to Wren's Soloist except that it requires manual feeding and the Soloist will not lock when inverted.
- Popular for solo aid climbing.
- The rope must be fed by hand, so it is not a practical device for free climbing.
- The Solo Aid comes with a detailed instruction manual which must be read and understood before using the device.
- This is not a device for novice climbers.
- It requires a strong understanding of advanced rope work / rigging techniques.
Online Resources:Similar Products: Wren Industries Silent Partner, Wren Industries Soloist