The Smart Safety Device has been specially designed to meet the needs of the constantly growing group of climbing wall and sport climbers.
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The Smart Safety Device dynamically brakes a climber in an accidental fall, and locks even when low levels of force are exerted by the user. In situations where the user has a sudden shock, the function corresponds to the reflex movements of the human body.
This video shows how it works: Mammut Smart Safety Device Video
Some reviews from other websites:
"Kind of like a cross between a Reverso and a Grigri. It's a very cool piece of gear."
"It catches any fall easily. I personally think that lowering is easier with the Smart than with a Grigri or Cinch. This device feeds rope easier when the climber is pulling for a clip too."
"After using it, I went and bought one for myself because it was so affordable! Rapelling can be a little hard to get used to, but it's great for belaying, especially if you're small (like me) and belaying much larger people."
UK stockists:Find one here: www.mammut.ch
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