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Mammut Climbax: The world's first climbing tracker Product News

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Record and analyse your climbs, compare your performance with other athletes and monitor your own progress. Climbax includes two wristbands equipped with high-precision sensors to record every climbing movement. 

Track your climbs, boost your motivation.
Climbax records parameters, including meters of vertical, number of climbing movements, use of right versus left hand, effective climbing time and breaks. Afterwards, you can analyse your performance stats in the Mammut Climb app on your smartphone. You can also compete in challenges with other climbers. 

Specially designed for climbing
Climbax consists of two wristbands that automatically detect and count the climbing moves of each arm separately. Each wristband weighs just 20.6 grams. The Climbax trackers are designed to detach and release if a climber's arm gets caught on a hold. 

Undistracted climbing
During a climbing session, you can leave your smartphone behind. No manual tracking of your climbs necessary – Climbax is fully automatic and autonomous. After the session, the data is uploaded to your mobile device via Bluetooth. 

Developed with athletes – made for everyone
We developed Climbax in collaboration with professional athletes who understand exactly what climbers need. Start tracking your climbs with Climbax – no matter what your ability is. Get motivated and push your limits. 

Still have questions?

Discover how to use Climbax. 

Get in touch.

Features:

  • Breathable design
  • Abrasion-resistant outer surface
  • Soft, skin-friendly inner surface
  • Battery life – 15 h of tracking
  • Tracking even without active smartphone connection
  • Mobile app: Mammut Climb
  • Safe release design
  • Visual LED interface
  • Haptic vibration feedback
  • Minimum requirements: Bluetooth 4.0; 4.2 recommended
  • Hardware: Main Fabric 50% nylon, 50% neoprene



For more information visit Mammut

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15 Jun

I guess it was inevitable that somebody was going to try this.

15 Jun

Stating the obvious - Garmin has had the ability to record climbing in various watches for 18 months or so.

Seeing the correlation between this mammut data and heart rate might be interesting.

15 Jun

"During a climbing session you can leave your smartphone behind".

What a breakthrough. Truly liberating.

15 Jun

What a shame about that post being removed for inappropriate language. With those wrist movement trackers, it really could be put to that use. Though, come to think of it, Is one actually aiming for more or fewer wrist movements (when climbing, obviously)?

15 Jun

Yeah, it would be like Strava for perverts

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