Like the SpiderJack 2.1 Basic but with the DyneemaKit mounted. The Dyneema sling is attached on the body of the device but the ring must be fixed on to the carabiner of the device. On the other end of the sling you can attach a carabiner for the spliced end of your rope. The DyneemaKit [...]
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The latest SpiderJack video from Australian climber Joe Harris takes it back to the basics, demonstrating the main functions of the SpiderJack 2.1 in a clear and simple manner. The video shows off some of the new options for the SpiderJack 2.1, as well as discussing some advanced techniques for ascending into the canopy.
In Sydney, Australia, for the first time in the history of the International Tree Climbing Competition (ITCC), a competitor climbed the World Championship with a Spiderjack, Joe Harris, Australian Champion 2011, already well known to many fans around the world because of his spectacular “Spiderjackery” video, ranked second, missing victory only by the narrow margin [...]
The Tree Climbing Championships in Darwin, NT, Australia were not about just another competition, the best of the best Australian tree climbers were competing to represent Australia at the ITCC and Arbor Fair in July 2011 in Parramatta.
Want to see the ART Spiderjack in awesome action? Watch this video: It shows Joe Harris, contract climber and certified arborist from Burwood, Australia (www.intotrees.com), training in a large red gum in the city. The climb demonstrates the smoothness and speed of the ART Spiderjack, with the self-tailing function allowing the climber to take in [...]
The Spiderjack 2 serves as a multifunctional, self-blocking rope control device for the running double rope. Subject to adequate practice the Spiderjack 2 allows for unique functions and movements resulting in a very dynamic as well as strength saving climbing in trees and other environments.