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ART SpiderJack 3
Item #: 39546
$369.00
New for 2016! Multifunctional, self-blocking rope control device for the running double rope.

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Multifunctional, self-blocking rope control device for the running double rope. The running rope is directly in front of the climber so it is possible to pull and feed the rope very comfortable with one hand or hand over hand into the device. Turning it in the releasing position and pressing the thumb brake needs very little force. So speed regulation is very easy. This smoother handling allows for more convenience and safer feeling when using the speed control. The SpiderJack 3 has a secured locking position function. This gives a maximum of safety when working. The frame is made of high quality stainless steel, so the danger of failure is very low even under high stress.

The integrated swivel allows to turn and use the device always in the optimum direction. There is a pulley under the body. So the pull force from a deflected rope is smoothly absorbed in the device instead in the hand of the climber. It is not possible to place the cam erroneously in the wrong direction. The big replaceable wearing pin inside the rope channel allows for working with the device for many years.

SpiderJack 3 features:
  • certified according to EN 358
  • multifunctional device for ascending and descending with the running double rope
  • for left and right handers
  • two cams: for ropes with Ø 11 to 12 mm and Ø 12 to 14
  • frame made of high quality stainless steel
  • minimum breaking strength: 4,945.6 lbs or 22 kN
  • working load: 440 lbs
  • weighs 1.1265 lbs
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 1.13 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand ART
Color Black/Red
Certifications or Standards EN 358 Certified
Tensile Strength 4,945 lbs (22kN)
Working Load Limit 440 lbs ( 1.9 kN )
Reviews

Customer Reviews

5 Stars Review by Tree Nut
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This is the number one devise that I use now! Second to that would be the ZigZag. (Posted on 9/18/2017)
Awesome Review by Chestnut
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The unit does everything the product video showcases. Very easy to learn, and very efficient. I have been climbing for 22 years, and I have tried every combination of climbing, knot, pulley configurations I have heard of, and the Spiderjack is awesome. What I like about the device the most, is the units ability to eat slack. The locking function is my second favorite feature, which allows the user to maintain work position effortlessly. Decent is very controlled, but be cautious, practice before attempting any crazy jumps.
I also believe the device will save a climber money in the long run if buying split tails. The device looks bigger online, the unit is not much bigger than say a figure 8 with ears, length wise. If you are looking for a more traditional approach, you may want to look elsewhere. Hence, the thumb brake is a different animal, unless you have used the previous version.
If you are ready to really get productive, save lots of time, impress Jane, and make the squirrels jealous then get one, it is lots of fun and worth the money! (Posted on 1/4/2017)
Great product Review by jesse
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Great device smooth acting mechanical system (Posted on 12/14/2016)
Love it Review by Deano
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Takes some getting used to, but absolutely love the self tending (once you get the technique down). (Posted on 12/6/2016)
Review in Spanish Review by Juan
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Este es El mejor equipo para trepar en arboles que eh tenido BH ,lo recomiendo totalmente a todos aquellos que quieran ir un poco mas avanzado en el arte de trepar arboles.saludos! (Posted on 11/12/2016)
The best way to work in Trees Review by Juan
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This is the most complete mechanical device i ever had, i have zigzag, SJ 2.1,unisender, but i like this one the most, i definitely recommend this item, the best!! (Posted on 11/12/2016)