Omega Pacific Rappel Rings

Omega Pacific Rappel Rings is rated 4.4737 out of 5 by 19.
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Product Description Item No.   10026866

The Omega Pacific Rappel Ring is crafted with forged aluminum and designed for bail-outs and rap stations. The Omega rappel ring is anodized gray for minimal visual impact, and features solid construction that provides 20 kN minimum breaking strength, or over 4400 lbs. The rappel ring is not intended for repeated lowering.

This climbing gear is NOT designed to be used as a rappel or belay device (e.g. ATC, SBGII, Figure-8 or any other friction device). It is intended solely as a hardware alternative to bail-out slings, webbing and cord. Sorry for yelling about it.

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  • Material: Forged aluminum
  • Weight: 34 grams / 1.2 ounces
  • Strength: 20kN

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keep in your stash in case of emergencies Climb enough, and you'll eventually find yourself in a situation that requires to bail in the middle of the climb. Keeping one or two of these on your rack lets you leave minimal gear behind. Cheaper then locking biners and better then rapping with the rope around the tree, or with the rope directly on cordelette, nylon or webbing, - you can rig a rappel with one of these. You'll be on your way back to the ground and hopefully be around to climb another day. ,,,,These are for bailing only, if you are planning to set up a permenant rappel station, please use the stainless steel rings which are heavy duty and are meant for repeated lowerings.
Date published: 2010-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect I'm trying to find a better way to adjust my Warbonnet Blackbird hammock when it's fully loaded with sleeping bag, underquilt, pillow, clothes bag, books, oh what else?.... The tiny triangles are way too small with that weight to use easily. The ENO straps can't be pulled tight enough. Even tried a Petzl Pirana, but then I'd have to use a rope rather than tree huggers. Whoopie slings get way too bound up with that kind of weight. Dutch buckles are a little hard to use with my old arthritic hands. These rings--two of them per end--are perfect: strong, easy to handle, and classy. Not at all what they were designed for, yet perfect.
Date published: 2015-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for primitive slacklining! I bought a couple of these to rig my primitive slackline. They are exactly what I was looking for! They are smooth so it will not hurt the line, and work perfect for the tensions required for the line. They don't reduce the breaking strength of the line like knots would, and keep the slackling looking much neater. Who doesn't like a perfect looking set-up? The only possible draw-back I can think of (and shouldn't even really be one) is they are very noisy when carrying my gear around as they make a high pitched ringing when they jingle jangle with each other. Would definitely recommend using these over the knots on the slackline since they are easier than undoing the knots that these replace in the set up.
Date published: 2013-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works great Rap rings like these are essential in any bolted anchor set up with or without chains. They allow for easy clipping of quickdraws and are extremely durable throughout every season. I have witnessed these in use years after their implementation and they still hold up very well. Because they are aluminum however, make sure you don't lower off them and rappel if possible. Take care to keep permanent gear in tact so it can be used for the longest it can.,,,,By the way, if you want to get into hobbies, these guys are great for making rope belts!
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from handy fellers Standard Rap Rings, unwise in my opinion to use these for top roping, but hey if you need to leave somthing behind at the top of a cliff with some kind of hairy repel these little babys are cheaper than a biner. I would suggest two so you increase that radi over whcih you are putting force on your rope is increased..
Date published: 2007-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for emergency use Feels beefier than I expected give nthe "not for repeated lowering" warning but nevertheless this is more of a cheaper than a bail biner accessory type thing than a thing for fixed rap stations or slacklines. Steel is way better for that, but obviously not for carrying around all the time.
Date published: 2009-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Ring I bought this ring and now I use it on my tree climbing harness. It feels solid, which is important when you're life depends on it.
Date published: 2010-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stay alive In the past, I'd just use a runner to bail out of a climb over my head. Don't make that mistake as you can generate enough friction heat to cut through your runner. Use an inexpensive Omega Pacific Rappel ring and stay alive. These have a half-life of just a few rappels. Always read the manufacturer's instructions. 20kN minimum breaking strength ...20kN = 4,496 pounds
Date published: 2007-08-29
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