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Anyone using the 'ART RopeGuide 2010 with Cocoon Pulley' or the new updated 'ART RopeGuide Twin Line'?
If so can you give me some feed back as to how you have found it and what it has done for your tree climbing?

Any Pro's & Con's between the two?
Which would you choose and why?

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20 minutes ago, Tommy_B said:

Twin line having used both. The versatility of the twin is what wins it for me. Plus you can turn it into a version of the 2010 as well as having the ability to climb up the task end as a rescue line is very cool.

Would I be correct that with the Twin Line Version.... The second line is SRT? and is purely there for rescue or do you use it now as part of the new two rope climbing? As I thought that you needed separate anchors for that.

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