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REVIEWED: Wild Country Proton Quickdraw 30 Sep 2014
British Mountain Guide Tim Neill tests out the new Wild Country proton Quickdraws.
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Trad Quickdraws Compared 24 Sep 2014
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Grivel Twingate Carabiners IN STORE NOW 9 Sep 2014
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Each quickdraw features a fixed 'tadpole' rubber ring on the bent gate so it is exactly where you need it to be. Furthermore, the wide gate opening and clean 'key-lock' nose allow quick clipping when you really need it!
The Titan 2 is, for the reasons listed above, suitable for just about any style of climbing you could imagine - trad or sport, single or multi-pitch, sea cliff or mountain crag - you can't go too far wrong with something that is this easy and nice to handle!
Single Titan Quick Draw. SSP £14.50. SP Only £12.00
The more you buy the more you save!
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