/ WINNER: DMM First Friday Competition: DMM Cirque Axe
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.
Each first Friday of the month DMM are running a week long competition at UKClimbing.com. All you have to do is answer three questions and you are in with a chance of winning DMM swag.
This month it's DMM Cirque Axe. Answer three questions and you could win a DMM Cirque Axe, a DMM T-shirt and DMM chalkbag.
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=3274
someone help me with the how many points on a terminator crampon..... I've looked on the site and in the instructions and am getting all confused over the 'set-up' and all the different configs
I know. It's ridiculous. You have a choice of mono and dual point, plus ice or mixed points, plus do all of the fixed points count as points, or are some of them sub-points?
Ive emailed Simon at DMM so will PM you his repsonse!!
Me too please :)
No answer yet.... may just have to go with my figuring of 11 points!
And optional heel spurs...
I'd call them all points despite there arguably being two front, two middle and one back sub-point(s), so 14 in mono mode and 15 in dual?
In reply to Irishonthewirral:
That for mono with a heel spur or dual without? :-P
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