Treeclimb Felling 1

983,18 €
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Climbing equipment | felling
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Treeclimb Felling 1

Treeclimb Felling 1

    983,18 €

    Incl. tax, excl. shipping costs

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    Working with a chainsaw requires suitable protective clothing, protective boots and a chainsaw helmet. When working with a chainsaw while tree climbing, even more is demanded. The Treeclimb Felling kit offers exactly, what you need for it! The Protos Integral has the required chin straps and is the best helmet out there. Function and design are synchronised in perfection: It fits about every head shape, offers maximum safety and high comfort. The lightweight Distel Alu climbing spurs gives you perfect grip, wherever a secure stand is needed. The Flex Fly Plus wire core lanyard is highly protected against cutting while the rope stays flexible (Attention: There is no wire core lanyard with 100 % protection against cutting!). Both-sided swivels at carabiner and adjuster allow for comfortable handling without twisting or lateral loading of the carabiners and attachement loops.

    • 1 chainsaw helmet with chin strap Protos Integral Set Tree Care
    • 1 pair of Distel climbing spurs
    • 1 wire core lanyard Flex Fly Plus ( with ART Postioner with swivel and carabiner with swivel )

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    Item number TRE-FE


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