Petzl released their first one a while ago. Maybe 2016? I don't think they come on saddles, but they are definitely for that and allowed to be used in that application.I don’t try to keep up with the evolution of saddles. Too many with too many variations
It seems that this saddle has an adjustable bridge using a Prusik.
Is this the first factory built adjustable bridge?
If not what company offer d the first adjustable?when was that?
Yo Swing.. I'm curious about your 180° reference.Still looks same old. Nothing will sway me from a TM. It is the best harness for me on the market. The way the harmess allows for full 180 rotation is incredible. The new sequoia still lacks in that area. FOR COMFORT IN THAT POSITION REACHING OUT AT A TIP.
I think the primary thing is that the leg loops slide through the lower D's, so they stay properly oriented on your leg when rotating. The MB is similar I believe.Interesting approach with the adjustable bridge. I like the idea of that alot better than mechanical teeth. I'm going to assume this will become the golden calf for all those who can't decide between adjustable or dual & haven't found a safe/uncluttered manner to implement them both.
I really wish one if these manufacturers would sell the lower D's seperate..
Or that someone would come back out with a 4/1 rig plate like that old Petzl Penta plate or 3M's disco'd 4/1 plate. It would make adding dual bridges a lot cleaner & all while retaining a bigger useable foward facing lower D. Although i never saw them in person, those plates i just referenced looked like they would be perfect to build off of while maintaining OEM design.
Yo Swing.. I'm curious about your 180° reference.
Do you believe it's the suspension design that allows this or the longer stock bridge length that will wrap around your side? A combination of both?
I'm running a MB with the bridge setup like the Evo, i have it dialed in a good amount longer than the stock MB bridge length & really don't feel all that limited with rotating. When it was the stock length i recall having less rotation ability. I'm tempted to try the Evo but suspension design looks so similar, I'm not sure I'd benefit in this department.