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Force 4

Top Climber

Force 4 Top Climber

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£324.95
Product code: 880070
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This ingenious mast climbing system is ideal for the single-handed sailor, as you can hoist yourself up the mast on your own with the greatest of ease. Safe to use, it works on a jammer system enabling you to ascend the mast safely and quickly using your leg muscles without any assistance from others. Once at the top, the Topclimber also allows the user to work above the masthead without leaving the chair, and the descent can be made in complete control

The Topclimber consists of 2 parts – a bosuns chair with back rest and integral one way jammer and a set of leg straps with 2 loops for your feet and a second one way jammer.
The one way jammers need to be attached to a static line (not supplied) which is hoisted to the top of the mast. Then by alternatively standing up in the foot straps and sitting down in the bosuns chair, you slide the jammers up the static line in turn as you progress up the mast.
It is recommended to use only good quality, pre-stretched 10mm braided rope as the static line.
When not in use, the Topclimber packs down neatly for stowing, and the bag doubles as a tool bag so that you can take tools up the mast with you.

TOP CLIMBER FEATURES
• Feels safe: providing years of easy use
• Convenient: Climb quick using your leg muscles
• Fast: Climb 50-70 cm per jammer movement
• Safe: It’s impossible to release both of the one way jammers at the same time
• Easy to use: do everything yourself
• Quality: marine grade materials throughout
• Maximum User Weight: 150kg
• Strong: Tested up to 600kg
• Versatile: Use on any length mast
• Compact: Will pack to about 50x20x8cm

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You sell the Top Climber. Is it the new model that allows it to be used over an existing halyard or does it require its own line? If the former - what diameter of halyard rope is OK?

The model is used with existing halyards, use only good quality, pre-stretched 10 mm (7/16) braided rope as the static line.

22/10/19

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