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nForce Ascender

$79.95 USD

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Designed for maximum gripping force even on icy, muddy or wet ropes, the nForce is the top choice for jugging lines in any conditions.
Item# BD6200010000ALL1
$79.95 USD

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Designed for maximum gripping force on wet, icy and muddy ropes, the Black Diamond nForce Ascender is the top choice for jugging lines in any situation. The ascender's 4-bar linkage provides improved holding power and the 360-degree carabiner clip-in point allows a locking biner to rotate through. The large, ergonomic grip provides added dexterity and cam manipulation.

  • Four-bar linkage for greater holding power
  • 360-degree carabiner clip-in points
  • Spacious grip improves dexterity and cam manipulation

Tech Specs

Weight :   245 g (8.6 oz)

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Extras

BD athletes Adam Pustelnik and Nico Favresse make first repeat of Orbayu (8b+/8c) in Naranjo de Bulnes, Spain

BD athletes Sonnie Trotter and Tommy Caldwell free climb first ascent of The Shining (IV 5.13+) in the Canadian Rockies

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Essential Bought this for canyoneering in southern Utah. Another piece of essential gear added to the quiver, hope I never have to use it. June 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best ascender I have a right-hand one. This works great on big rappels without a climb out. Also can be used in 3-1 haul system and self-rescue. Have used this on wet ropes in rain (but not ice or snow) still grabs! Easy on and off with one hand, also like how a push up the line takes teeth off automatically. Have not had a problem with it popping off, although I always have a biner through top hole. Best ascender in my opinion on market. Heavier than some but has huge hand area if you are using gloves. You can also operate trigger without sticking your finger through hole if using thicker gloves. February 20, 2014
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