Really? Let’s see your latest videostop monking around and get to work.
like to see you go out on a top tip with two tie in points doing a nice reduction prune preventing the failure of a lead on a home or other target. take up slack and release slack and fine tuning a position to make the cut.
pendulum swings and limb walks are easy peasy.
What most need to see is it doing the work people/customers actually pay arbclimbers to do.
By the way, two ropes are the future.
One rope is deaths door
How about Rope Runner Reloaded?Rope Runner (X)Rope Runner Rocket, Rope Runner Rampage, Rope Runner Radical, Rope Runner Roulette, Rope Runner Rinse and Repeat, Ripe Runner Ramified, Rope Runner Rant, Rope Runner Radient
Rope Runner ZXR
Rope Runner Terminator II
Rope Runner TSC (the second coming)
you know, I get in a spruce every so often, but honestly dont really deal with pitch very often. and in a spruce im not really climbing around. I have only heard stories about the akimbo and pitch and I have never had any trouble operating an akimbo. Excellent device. Hitch cord I have dealt with pitch and its hard to clean off, but you can kind of burn it off. This is an area where I am not so helpful because of geography.
I fully agree with you that two ropes is much better than one. I regularly climb with two ropes at work. I think that two ropes is prudent and wise, especially in a production tree work environment where you are putting your life at risk for capitalism.Sure hope you are not the one making decisions for the care of employees working in trees on rope with that short answer.
The whole world climbs with a backup. Why? Because too many arbclimbers have died or have been seriously injured.
Why would you suggest one rope for work is OK?