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Verso Belay Device

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Save space on your rack with the ultra lightweight and compact Verso belay device from Petzl - a simpler version of Petzl's Reverso 3 device without the anchoring loop and lock-release biner hole.

Uses asymmetrical V-grooves that regulate the amount of friction on a rope according to its diameter and condition for Adaptive Rope Control.


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PetzlVerso Belay Device
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Great belay device!

By AlaskanClimber

from Alaska

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Pros

  • Scratch resistant
  • Simple

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Long Climbs
    • Outdoor climbing
    • Sport climbs
    • Trad Climbs

    Comments about Petzl Verso Belay Device:

    I bought this device to replace my worn out ATC. I love that it has V notches and weighs less then a regular ATC. Yes, it was designed to work with modern single ropes (9.2 - 10.5) and fat gym ropes will cause more friction then you might be used to. However, I think it works fine when belaying a leader on a 11mm gym rope. And it works great when I'm outside using a 9.8.

     
    4.0

    Light and sweet!

    By climbinguy

    from memphis, tn

    About Me Avid Climber

    Pros

    • Scratch resistant
    • Simple

    Cons

    • Too Small

    Best Uses

    • Indoor climbing
    • Long Climbs
    • Outdoor climbing

    Comments about Petzl Verso Belay Device:

    i have used a few atc's but this one is a great piece. i used it for about 3 hours at an indoor gym, it doesnt work very well with large static ropes. 11mm. ropes dont fit into the grooves much at all, its more of a work out than belaying. im sure this device will work great on the crag with a smaller dynamic rope.

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