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Harness looks excellent Craig, well done. Can see a lot of work has gone into the design and development. Looking forward to trying it out. I use the Kolibri Multislide and would be happy to pay a bit more for some of the features I see in the Simarghu especially the Front Ds design and shoulder straps.

 

 

 

 

 

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I had a good look at the harness at the show at the weekend, It has some excellent features, It looks very well designed and constructed, and i liked the idea of the full body harness that can be added for use in MEWPS. Really comfortable!

 

Price seems very fair for a quality item thats made in the UK! One of the climbers that works with us has preordered one today I belive, and I will certainly be ordering one in the future.

 

Good luck with this Craig I did not get a chance to chat, But i see you had a lot of interest

 

 

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All good things come to those who wait

 

Simarghu – Simarghu

 

available very soon

 

The feedback from the Arb show was very good, once you try on and get on a rope you can feel the difference and appreciate the features.

 

Les

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Hi Carlos

 

Greg at Arborist.ie in Cork has them on order so you have a local supplier

 

Les

 

thanks les i will need a new harness soon so will be sure to check this one out.:thumbup1:

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was hoping to have sit in this harness today but they had sold out of my size, looked nice enough although i thought the side "D" rings looked very small. probably wouldnt of bought it as its fair bit more than the tree motion and as yet it has an unproven record in the field.

anyone using on yet?

carl

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To be honest, I won't be going back to my treemotion yet! I probably won't for a while and maybe never.

I honestly can't see THAT much improvement. But I can see some things that I'm concerned about on a long term basis. I hope I'm wrong but I'm on my second Treemotion in about 4-6 ish years. Could even be quite a bit more.

I don't think I can complain about the TM much. It works well. Great design and shape etc. The simhargu is obviously more technically designed but it feels very similar.

I could go on and on if anyone is interested but I'll leave it there for now.

I do like the harness and I hope it lasts. It feels slightly more comfy but different...

Definitely a bit easier to put on!

 

 

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To be honest, I won't be going back to my treemotion yet! I probably won't for a while and maybe never.

I honestly can't see THAT much improvement. But I can see some things that I'm concerned about on a long term basis. I hope I'm wrong but I'm on my second Treemotion in about 4-6 ish years. Could even be quite a bit more.

I don't think I can complain about the TM much. It works well. Great design and shape etc. The simhargu is obviously more technically designed but it feels very similar.

I could go on and on if anyone is interested but I'll leave it there for now.

I do like the harness and I hope it lasts. It feels slightly more comfy but different...

Definitely a bit easier to put on!

 

 

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what are they?, i was a bit unsure about the webbing from the moving bridge around the back of the harness, i thought it could wear, but i know nothing about harness design mind.

carl

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Exactly that. I think it will probably wear quicker than expected. And it doesn't actually move much. Not enough for it to be of any benefit but enough to wear it out.

 

 

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