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DMM Classic 8

DMM Classic 8

DMM Classic 8



COLOUR MAY VARY DMM Classic 8 descender made in Wales. Fits ropes up to 13 mm. It is for use with single or double ropes that conform to EN892 or EN1891. Finished in various polished, anodized colours and made from 6082T aluminium. Known for its smooth, easy-to-control descents from the crown. The DMM Classic 8 works by controlling the friction between the aluminium body of the descender and the climbing line. Anodized to BS12373-2001 Class 10EI and sealed for corrosion protection.

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Product Code: 108-03001002

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  • A classic abseil device, ideal for making smooth descents
  • Anodized for corrosion resistance - color may vary depending on availability
  • Combination of alloy and heat treatment make the Figure 8 durable
  • Robust design for intensive use
  • Made in Wales
Strength 24 kN
Height 143 mm
Width 73 mm
Bar 12 mm
Weight 115 g
Rope Ø 8 - 13 mm
Material 6082T
Finish Anodized

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