DMM First Friday Competition: DMM Cirque Axe WINNER

by Michael Ryan Dec/2010
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Paul Johnson of Chapel-en-le-Frith was this weeks winner. Paul will be receiving a DMM Cirque Axe , a DMM T-shirt and DMM chalkbag. Thank you everyone for entering.

Here are Paul's correct answers.

1. Name the three DMM technical axes? - Anarchist, Fly, Rebel
2. What steel is a Bulldog made from? - EN24 3.9mm steel
3. How many points on a Terminator Crampon? - 13 points on the frame, 1 or 2 front points & 1 optional heel spike. Therefore, 14, 15 or 16 points, depending on configuration!

THIS COMPETITION IS CLOSED.

DMM Cirque Axe Competition

DMM and Pete Robins, 60 kb

Answer the three questions correctly and you could win a DMM Cirque Axe , a DMM T-shirt and DMM chalkbag

DMM Cirque Axe Competition

1. Name the three DMM technical axes?


2. What steel is a Bulldog made from?


3. How many points on a Terminator Crampon?

Everyone who enters will be put on DMM's mailing list so you can learn more about this great Welsh climbing company.

EMAIL YOUR ANSWERS (by next Friday) WITH YOUR FULL NAME AND ADDRESS TO - : competition@dmmwales.com


The DMM Cirque Axe

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DMM Cirque Axe
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A light and very strong T tested axe with a curved shaft for easier plunging uphill, perfect for winter days in the hills.

Comes with an enviable reputation and a standard leash and is available in the lengths listed below.

Extra note, the point of the pick has a positive profile to aid progress on ice.

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