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Alpidex Daisy Chain 130cm
  • Alpidex Daisy Chain 130cm
  • Alpidex Daisy Chain 130cm
  • Alpidex Daisy Chain 130cm
  • Alpidex Daisy Chain 130cm

Daisy Chain 130cm


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An indispensable aid at aid climbing are Daisy Chains. For a clean anchor knot, the nether strap is sewn with a half twist. The total loop consists of a 13 mm wide PE sling with a breaking load of 22 kN. It has 8 loops with a breaking load of 3.9 kN. The loops may be used only for the static hold in body weight and should not be included in the safety chain. The correct tie-in is important. Therefore, we always recommend an intermediate belay.

For a better overview and diversity in the stand - the daisy chain of Alpidex.

Retail price

US$ 13.97
Price is a static conversion from
€ 13.99
Weight (g) 67 g
Daisy Type

Daisy Types

Fixed Length

Fixed Length Daisies are usually made of one closed loop of Nylon or Dyneema with several gathered pockets (or loops) sewn along its length. Though this type of daisy is usually very strong end to end, its pockets are not stitched to hold a fall and are intended to only hold body weight. Daisy chains should never be used as a personal anchor or as any part of PPE.


Adjustable Daisies are a single flat piece of webbing with a built-in adjuster so they can be shortened and lengthened as needed during an aid climb. Their slide buckles make them infinitely adjustable to any length and they tend to be less bulky as there is only one clip-in point on the end. Like all daisies, these are only made to be progress capture devices for aid climbing and should never be used as an anchor or as PPE as their buckles will not hold more than body weight.

Fixed Length
Length Fixed length: 130 cm
Daisy Loops 8
Loop Strength 4 kN
End-to-End Strength 22 kN
Material(s) Polyethylen ribbon cable

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