OHM - EDELRID

The Edelrid OHM is an innovative, new solution for the problems caused by significant weight differences between climber and belayer. It is an assisted-braking resistor that increases rope friction, allowing the lighter belayer to safely catch falls.

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OHM - EDELRID

The Edelrid OHM is an innovative, new solution for the problems caused by significant weight differences between climber and belayer. With the Ohm the heavier climber will be able to fall with more control form the belayer, and the lighter climber will reduce the risk of being pulled off the ground and hurled against the wall.

The Edelrid OHM is an assisted-braking resistor that increases rope friction, allowing the lighter belayer to safely catch falls. The climber attaches the OHM to their harness with the rope run through it, and, when they reach the first bolt, they simply clip the OHM to the anchor like they normally would a quickdraw. In the event of a fall, the rope is pulled into the device's braking mechanism, which reduces the braking force needed to be applied by the belayer and prevents them from being suddenly pulled off the ground, decreases the fall height of the leader, and allows for safe, dynamic arresting.

The OHM is not designed to affect rope handling. It enables smooth paying out and taking in rope when climbing and belaying and has no negative affect on handling when used both in indoor gyms and for outdoor sport climbing.

Technical specifications:

WEIGHT 360 g
BREAKING STRENGTH 20 kN
ROPE DIAMETER Single ropes from 8.9 - 11 mm

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OHM - EDELRID

The Edelrid OHM is an innovative, new solution for the problems caused by significant weight differences between climber and belayer. It is an assisted-braking resistor that increases rope friction, allowing the lighter belayer to safely catch falls.

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