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  1. Hi everyone, looking at putting together my first personal climbing kit. Fairly new to climbing as I passed my CS 38/39 in 2019 while at college and did some work on other peoples equipment but due to health issues I had to stop early on in 2020. I've put together what I think is a fairly basic climbing kit excluding spikes and a flip line, would appreciate any feedback on any of the gear I've listed below or if anybody feels I've missed anything important. 1x Petzl Sequoia Harness (2019) Size 1 1x Petzl Vertex Vent Helmet Combination - Chipper Spec - Black, Personal 1x Silky Zubat Arborist Professional Saw 1x Silky Zubat Saw Scabbard - 300/330mm 1x Marlow 13mm Split Tail - 5.0m 1x Yale XTC-Fire Rope Spliced - 30m 1x Yale XTC-Plus Rope Spliced - 30m 2x Marlow Boa Prusik Loop - 50cm 3x Teufelberger 10mm Ocean Polyester Eye2Eye Hitch 1x DMM Pinto Pulley 2x DMM Hitch Climber Pulley 1x DMM Boa 30kN Locksafe Carabiner - Multipack (3) 1x Dmm Ultra O Locksafe Carabiner - Triple Multipack (3) 1x HBROS x DMM Ultra O Locksafe Carabiner
  2. Morning All, I am new to the Forum and I'm looking for some feedback from within the industry. I supply GPS tracking solutions Telematics Pro - GPS Tracking | On-board Cameras | Data Management | Driver Training primarily to commercial fleets (cars, vans & HGV's). We have however been receiving interest from the Arb industry due to the high volume of asset thefts of chippers, trailers, stump grinders etc. One of the challenges we have come across is that traditional trackers need to be wired into a power source, and as such the wires make them easy to find and the thieves remove them very quickly. We have a new battery powered solution, that is magnetised and can be stuck to any metallic panel on the asset, which means it can be well hidden away and there's not giveaway wires. They are £149.99 to purchase and there's a £9 monthly service fee which covers the sim and access to a web portal to view the trackers on a map in real time. The service can be suspended and reactivated any time and there's no minimum contract. I would like to understand if there is genuine interest in this product, before I go ahead an buy more stock. We are working with Arb insurers and have a unit placed on a chipper as a working example. What's your thoughts please? Would this be something you would consider for your assets?


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