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Win a New Climbing Technology Click Up + Belay Device

S.Reffo on Hotel Supramonte, Sardinia, 211 kb

The original Climbing Technology Click Up is firmly established as one of the very best assisted belay devices on the market, having won a best in test award in a recent UKC group test. The Click Up + uses the same basic design as the original Click Up but features a number of improvements.

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The Click Up + features the new V-Proof system which reduces the chance of error due to incorrect handling of the rope when belaying. It's also smoother and more effective when paying out rope as a result of new geometry and carabiner holding layout.

The new body shape is also an improvement being more ergonomic and the device now accepts single ropes with diameters from 8.5mm to 11mm.

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For a chance to win one of two Climbing Technology Click Up + belay devices answer the question below.

This competition closes on Saturday, 6th October

This competition is only open to registered users

Please Register as a New User or Login as Existing User to enter

Q: The Click Up + has a new feature which increases safety when belaying. What is this system called?

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