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Notch Jet Step Foot Ascender

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Notch Jet Step Foot Ascender
Item #: 41001
$99.99

The Notch Jet Step's unique dual cam design results in lower spring tension and reduced drag.

“This is the smoothest functioning foot
ascender I’ve ever used. I love it.”


– Kevin Bingham, Singing Tree owner and Rope Wrench and Rope Runner inventor!

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FEATURES & BENEFITS:

• Unique dual cam design results in lower spring tension and reduced drag
• Toothless cams eliminate virtually all rope wear and provide increased grip strength on wet, muddy and frozen ropes
• Lower drag from decreased spring tension provides efficient self-tending of the climbing line
• Ambidextrous
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.25 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand NOTCH EQUIPMENT
Color Green
Material Aluminum
UPC Code 850120003302
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best yet! Review by Tim
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This is it, get this and don't look back. I have had several ascenders over the years and this is the best by far. No need for any help getting started with in a foot of the ground it is working on its own. Great product. (Posted on 4/4/2019)
Good product Review by brian
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Works as advertised I've had no issues with the rope slipping out, it glides up the rope effortlessly and you can remove it from the rope without reaching all the way down to your foot. Awesome product thus far (Posted on 3/26/2019)
Great product Review by Tim
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I have several foot ascenders, this one out shines them all. On the rope is a snap and off the rope with a quick pull and never falls off until you are ready. After a few feet up the rope gravity is enough to keep it feeding. The nylon straps stay tight and keep it were it is put. Well built and great design. (Posted on 2/15/2019)
Highly recomended Review by UB
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Very well thought out,foot ascender.will not ever buy a different kind (Posted on 2/12/2019)