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ART Rope Guide Twin Line

by ART
The RopeGuide TwinLine system is new and can be easily installed from the ground. An action can be used to set up two seil lines to the anchor point. The ascent can take place optionally on the single cable or on the running double rope. 

For the first time, the long anchor cable can be used as a fully load-bearing, second climbing cable. This is made possible by the detachable knotted sleeve made of the high-strength plastic which is patent-pending. At any time, a second person can ascend at the same time, ascending, or climb directly to the first climber in a rescue situation.

 • Constructed aluminum body and attachments made from the solid in the machining process
 • Easy running of the climbing rope through the Cocoon 
 • Infinitely variable length
 • Trapeze 4 shackles 
 • Easy re-tightening of the rope when changing the anchor point by the auxiliary roller Ally (no PSA) 
 • Automatic blocking of the adjusting without path loss 
 • easy detachment and displacement of the adjusting device even after heavy load 
 • easy lifts of the climbing / ascension rope • optimal choking function (choking concerns on the trunk) 
 • minimum breaking load: 18 kN 
 • max. Service life: 10 years for all metallic and 5 years for all textile components

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Oliver Shatrousky

Love it and worth every penny 💯

So far so good

Purchased this to go with my Spiderjack 3, initial thought was it would be too much in the tree with me. I climb DRT so the anchor line I thought would get in the way. But I just move it to a spot that is already done or somewhere out of the way and haven’t had an issue with that. While on a spar the short rope that they sell may be the way to go since you are moving the system down as you cut. Biggest drawback in my experience is the storage. I use a second rope bag for this so it’s more to transport. But that’s about it. The cocoon pulley is smooth as silk with the Spiderjack. It’s pretty fast with the traditional system also since there is essentially very minimal friction in your system. I can’t say very much for the SRT climbing aspect of it since I don’t climb that way. But it seems to be beneficial even if the only reason you’d have another rope set in the tree was for rescue purposes. All in all in my opinion for the time I’ve been using it, I would recommend it if you were thinking about buying it.