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ATC-Sport Belay Device

$18.95 USD


A light and simple belay device for sport cragging and gym use, the ATC-Sport is a single-rope version of our ATC-XP, complete with a high-friction mode for extra stopping power.
Item# BD620052RUBYALL1
$18.95 USD

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A superlight belay device designed for sport cragging and gym use, the Black Diamond ATC-Sport is a simplified, single-rope version of our ATC-XP. Two friction modes offer optimal stopping power while lowering your partner, and the versatile design accepts a wide range of rope sizes from 7.7 mm to 11 mm.

  • Lightweight, single-rope version of our ATC-XP
  • Hot-forged construction
  • Handles ropes from 7.7 mm to 11 mm
  • Durable cable holds its shape and resists getting caught between ropes
  • Now available for order in specific colors

Tech Specs

Weight :   60 g (2.1 oz)

Recommended Use


VIDEO PROFILE: BD athlete Alex Honnold 5.13 sport climbing at Phalanx of Will, Arizona

BD athlete Adam Ondra onsights Mind Control (8c+), Oliana, Spain


Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lightweight, simple I carry this as a backup rappel/belay device, also have a Jul for same purpose. The BD is about 2 grams lighter and also feeds rope much better. The Jul is smaller and has steel rope surface but always seems sticky when feeding rope. Got this one to replace the Jul but my friend stole it for his backup right now. Will be getting another, haven't used it in a gym, but it is a great device for a peace of mind/safety backup. September 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT!--Works like it shoule! My fiance loves this. We had been using another device, but she got jerked off her feet and was not very comfortable with it. This works great. She liked climbing before; She loves it now. It is very easy to use requiring only a couple of fingers. November 17, 2013
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