|Max Anchor Ø||90 mm|
The DMM Captain Hook is a self-orientating, high strength throwing hook to assist traverse from tree to tree while remaining aloft. It has been designed to increase stability and create positioning options during complex jobs requiring repositioning. The shackle reduces torsional friction and allows the hook to pivot onto any anchor up to 90mm in diameter. In this way, the Captain allows you to use remote anchors to traverse the workspace in a controlled manner. Once the anchor has been located, DMM’s high-quality engineering ensures the Captain achieves a rated strength of 18kN (dependent on anchor quality). Clever design allows the device to be efficiently racked when the job is done to minimise chances of snagging.
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Product Code: 101-09004001
|Max Anchor Ø||90 mm|
|Orders Over $250||FREE*|
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Due to the critical nature of gear stocked by Treetools, we cannot accept returns on safety equipment, so please choose carefully. Treetools cannot accept returns or exchanges on safety equipment because we need to ensure the gear you purchase is brand new, in a safe condition, and traceable directly back to manufacturers and suppliers. Please understand this equipment plays a critical role in your safety, potentially preserving your life when you climb or work aloft. Climbing and rigging equipment listed on these pages should only be used by suitably trained and qualified individuals.
Please ensure you select compatible gear for your specific configuration. For example, the correct diameter rope for the hardware your are running. Safety products cannot be returned due to configuration incompatiability - do your research, or ask us if you are not sure.