DMM Mambas

DMM Mambas

Post by Michael Minhall Chan » Thu, 24 Feb 1994 15:08:23


I was wondering if anybody has had any experience with rope unclipping
or gate oscilations with the DMM Mambas.  The lip on the Biner seems
huge...ready to catch the rope and unclip.

thanks
mike c.


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DMM Mambas

Post by Jeff Elis » Fri, 25 Feb 1994 00:54:15


: I was wondering if anybody has had any experience with rope unclipping
: or gate oscilations with the DMM Mambas.  The lip on the Biner seems
: huge...ready to catch the rope and unclip.

I've got 4 of them.  They are always my first choice in draws for sport
routes and I usually try to save them for cruxes and hard clips.  I have
no idea how often I've fallen on them - maybe dozens.  No problems.  Of
course this sample size is meaningless :-)

Mort

 
 
 

DMM Mambas

Post by Ellert van Koper » Fri, 25 Feb 1994 23:44:26


: I was wondering if anybody has had any experience with rope unclipping
: or gate oscilations with the DMM Mambas.  The lip on the Biner seems
: huge...ready to catch the rope and unclip.

I like them alot. Never han anny problem with them, but if you want to be sure
you'll need to get your high-speed camera and test them yourself. :-)
the onlything i don't like about them is the way the schlinge is connected.

Greetz, Ellert.
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