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Found 18 results

  1. Shows how tenacious climbing line can be.
  2. I was just wondering if anyone had bought/used or had any experience with the new DMM iD smart tags for Loler. Does it work reliably? When you retro-fit a tag to any item does it actually stay on the item? It's probably fine if you're a fair-weather climber and look after your gear but what about climbing through wet/dense/slimy/ivy-covered trees and shoving it back in your bag to rot like most tree surgeons. I can imagine the zip-tie tag to a harness and other textile products staying attached but the sticky dot they provide for the caribeeners seems unlikely....and....if it's still there (on a rigging pulley) after a year will it still work??? Please any info would be appreciated
  3. Hi all, very new to this so bear with me, I have a Edelrid tree magic 2 harness. Think it was made in 2010. Hasn’t had much work maybe 10 times in a tree. Would it be recommended to get a new one or would this be fine to use every day for the next year? No wear on the harness. Thanks
  4. hey guys quick question does anyone have any other ideas or tricks they have used on their bridge to help when using two climbing systems, as i'm finding that they're getting jammed together or caught on each other and its a pain in the arse. Thanks
  5. Hello Everyone, Inexpensive Harness in eBay: http://bit.ly/18wMFBs PM me to receive a further £30 discount. Thank you.
  6. Hi, I had a ( how do I say this politely?) individual go into the back of my Toyota hilux at some traffic lights. This has led to oil going all over my climbing kit, I get that it's very bad for your rope and that has to be replaces. Same with lanyard, but what about my harness (it's a treemotion v2)? Is it just the bridge or do I need to bin it and get a brand new shiny one? Any help or comments would be a great help!
  7. Anyone know when it's being released?
  8. Hi guys Am sure this question has probably been asked before, but couldn't seem to find a thread which properly answered my question! Basically I am looking to buy a new harness, mainly for rec climbing on the weekends and have been looking at the Petzl Sequoia (have also been looking at the Tree Motion but not sure I can justify the price for weekend rec climbing!) Anyway although I am currently climbing DdRT I am keen to explore SRT in the near future and was wondering whether it would be worth buying the Petzl Sequoia SRT version? Will this work ok with DdRT as well? The only difference I can see from the standard Sequoia is that the SRT version has attachment points for a chest harness, but is there more to it than this? Any advice appreciated Tom
  9. Hi All We have one Petzl Sequoia Swing on offer in size 1. (70/100cm waist) Grab it whilst you can £220 Inc Vat - Free Delivery Petzl Sequoia Swing Harness - Harnesses - Climbing
  10. Hey There, I'm looking for a small-ish gear bag to wear on my back, that will hold a harness and rope (45m). I would preferably like one with stiff sides to allow the rope to be fed in easier. Are there any suggestions? Thanks!
  11. Available from all good retailers from 1st May 2012 onwards Click here for further information
  12. Ive been looking a few few harnesses and need a little help Im a first time buyer as I have been on my college course for 6 months now. The harnesses that caught my eye were; TEU001 - treeMOTION Harness and PET204 - Petzl SEQUOIA SWING Harness Pros and Cons please guys!
  13. Hi all, As a wannabee arborist, where's a good place to go and try out harnesses and related climbing kit before I make a load of expensive purchases? I'm in Dorset, and don't want to travelling all day if I can help it Thanks in advance Dale
  14. SGM is launching its brand new showroom in Inverkeithing, Fife with an Open Day offering one off deals as well as specialist services, advice and information. With a diverse range of products from the world’s leading brands, SGM is able to offer the latest innovations in tree care equipment and accessories to the professional arboriculture and forestry markets. The products we stock have been selected on the premise that they are of highest quality, fit for purpose and have been rigorously tested by industry experts. Everyone is welcome at our Open Day and attendance is free – come along on Thursday 28th April between 12noon and 8pm for excellent deals and more… Limited Stock - Fantastic deals for one day only! Yale XTC Rope, ½” – 37metres - £70.00 + VAT Stein Helmets - £ 39.00 + VAT Petzl Sequioa SRT Harnesses - £170.00 + VAT The above offers are valid for purchases made at SGM’s Main Showroom in Inverkeithing on Thursday 28th April between 12noon and 8pm only. Limited stock available. PRIZE DRAW Free entry at the SGM’s Open Day to win: First prize: Stihl MS200T with 14” bar and chain (Worth £650) Second prize: Pfanner Chainsaw Trousers (Gladiator – Design C) Third prize: Fully equipped Stein helmet One entry per person that attends the Open Day – winner will be picked on the day Even more reasons to come along: Largest Arboriculture Showroom in Scotland See NEW Stein SRT System, Pfanner clothing, RC Rigging Systems, Skywalker Hitch System. Hitch advice LOLER Q&A: ask about any item of kit you’re worried about FREE Karabiner cleaning service (up to 5 per person) Bring your chainsaw for a FREE Health Check from our trained engineers Trial area in store for harnesses Information and advice on LANTRA Certified training and NPTC assessments. Refreshments available for all visitors How to find us: Address: SGM House, Belleknowes Industrial Estate, Inverkeithing, Fife, KY11 1HZ (see PDF attached for map) From A90 North Bound: Exit at Junction 1 A985/A921. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Admirality Road (A921). Take the first left into Belleknowes Ind. Est. and follow the road down to the bottom and round to the left. From M90 South Bound: Exit at Junction 1 A985/A921. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Admirality Road (A921). Take the first left into Belleknowes Ind. Est. and follow the road down to the bottom and round to the left. Email your contact details to enquiries@sgm-uk.com or call 0800 432 0440 quoting ARBTALK for more information and to register your interest http___maps.google.co.pdf
  15. Hi I am new to the forum but from what I see it looks pretty good. I'm hoping I'm ok to add a link to my website where we have recently developed a range of pre-use inspection checklists for various pieces of equipment including harnesses, ladders, MEWPs etc which could be of use within this industry. We developed the system to ensure that anyone going to use equipment know's when it has been checked and that it is 'good to go' in line with PUWER, LOLER and WAHR regs. It might be overkill to some but an easy fix for others that want to ensure they are compliant with best practice. Let me know what you think: Good To Go : Introduction
  16. jayman

    any offers ?

    thinking about selling a harness and rope. i'm going to uni in sept (hopefully) thinking this equipment is just dead money as im not using it, not sure what to ask, its only been used about 3 times 1 x petzl sequoia srt harness 1 x Marlow gecko 35m 1x spliced eye 3 x prussic loops 4 x crabs 1 x groundie lid 1 x gloves any offers ?
  17. Hi All, Welcome to ClarkForest's very own ArbTalk Forum! Please feel free to use this place for any feedback, (good or bad), requests product or service information etc, or even just for an old fashioned chin wag. To save clogging up the main forums with offers and deals, we'll also use this area to post details of our latest offers and promotions - so it's worth keeping an eye on here every so often for that. Most of you will probably already know of us, but for those who don't - Clark Forest are a Scottish based supplier of all sorts of forestry equipment. We stock an ever growing range of arborist equipment including tree climbing ropes from Yale, New England & Samson, tree climbing harnesses, from the best names in the industry including Petzl, Komet, TreeMotion and Skylotec, a wide range of carabiners, helmets & waterproof & thermal clothing etc. We're the UK's largest Oregon dealer, with huge stocks of chainsaw bars, chainsaw chains, chainsaw oils and chainsaw accessories. We've been going since 1924 and worked closely with the forestry industry ever since. Active on the ArbTalk forums are Blair, Yvonne and myself, James - so if you've any queries please feel free to fire them at any of us and we'll do our best to help. Alongside ArbTalk, we've got our online shop - which currently offers free UK delivery on orders placed online (Exc Highlands & Islands, sorry! We can & will always get the best P&P prices for packages going North, we've a huge customer base up there so we can get preferential rates from our couriers, so do please ask!). Hope to hear from you soon, Cheers James --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Clark Forest Parkgate Dumfries Scotland DG1 3NB 01387 860241 website: www.clarkforest.com email: webmail@clarkforest.com Shop Opening Hours: Mon - 8:00 to 17:00 Tue - 8:00 to 17:00 Wed - 8:00 to 17:00 Thu - 8:00 to 17:00 Fri - 8:00 to 16:30 Sat - 8:00 to 11:00 Sun - CLOSED --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

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