/ FS: Rock and winter climbing gear and ropes
Mammot Genesis 8.5mm 60m half ropes (dry treated) - £120 for the pair
The ropes have seen minimal use and have been carefully stored, there are no significant signs of wear and they have not taken any falls. One blue and one orange.
6 x Wild Country Technical Friends - £20 each
Sizes 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5 & 3.
Wild Country Anodised Rocks Size 1-8 - £30
In good condition and have not seen significant use. (As can be seen from the condition of the anodising!)
4 x Grivel 360 Ice screws - £30 each
All screws are in good condition and have been used on a maximum of 4 climbs.
(If you purchase all 4 screws I’ll include 2x grivel espressos and a Black Diamond Screw Up bag)
2 x Petzel ‘Screamers’ - £10 each
2 x Mountain Technology Warthogs - £10 each
DMM Bulldog - £10
Mountain Technology Dead Boy (Small Dead Man) - £10
4 x Assorted Pitons - £20
These have never been used and comprise.
1 x Grivel 50mm knife blade
1 x Grivel 80mm Channel
1 x Grivel 80mm Leeper
1 x Camp 80mm Lost Arrow
Mountain Technology Vertige Alpinist replacement ‘Drooped’ pick - £20
Never used - genuine pick supplied with my axe (along with the alpine pick).
yhm re: rocks
Yhm regarding screws
yhm re ropes
Hi. Is that £20 for all 4 pitons? Are they in good condition and do you have any pics? Thanks
I'll take the warthogs if they're still available
The ropes, rocks, screws, pitons, screamers, warthogs, bulldog and friends size 1,2,2.5 and 3 have all been sold.
Friends 0.5 and 1.5, dead man and spare pick still up for grabs.
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