Petzl statement on a special use of the Petzl Shunt

Petzl SHUNT

PictoContext:

Have you inspected your ABSORBICA energy absorber following the May 2011 inspection procedure?

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Counterfeit: How do you identify a genuine Petzl product?


Following the discovery of counterfeit Petzl products, we have developed a decision tree to help you identify the origin of your Petzl product and what to do next.

 
 
 

Counterfeit: How do you identify a genuine Petzl product?

 
Following the discovery of counterfeit Petzl products we have developed a decision tree to help you identify the origin of your Petzl product and what to do next.
 
 
 

Warning regarding the presence of counterfeit versions of Petzl products - Update

02/16/2011 - More information on counterfeit Petzl products

 

Warning regarding the presence of counterfeit versions of Petzl products - Update

16/02/2011 - More information on counterfeit Petzl products

 

GRIGRI 2, the new Petzl belay device with assisted braking

Behind every great send, there's a great belayer.
The GRIGRI 2 helps the belayer work in unison with the climber.

Information concerning autumn 2010 versions of the NOMIC (ref. U21 2) and ERGO (ref. U22) ice climbing tools :

NOMIC U21 2.
NOMIC U21 2

Lithium batteries information

Limitations on use of AA/LR6 and AAA/LR03 Lithium batteries with headlamps.

This information does not apply to the e+Lite which was designed to work with CR2032 Lithium batteries.

Lithium batteries are lighter and give longer burn times at low temperature than traditional Alkaline batteries.

Due to recent advances in the performance characteristics of Lithium batteries (especially their higher output during discharge), they can cause the lamp to overheat and possibly damage the LEDs.