TREEMOUSE

TREEMOUSE / W9500Y*

Arboristic throwing bag for tree climbing

 

  • made out of high endurance synthetic fabric
  • equipped with a steel welded ring of 3 cm in diameter
  • at the bottom textile loop to fix additional trowing bag or to pull extra rope

 

Use:

  • versatile trowing bag for use in arboristic, industry and rescue
  • installation of the working rope to the treetop
  • installation of the anchor point using the cambium saver JINGLE II
  • dropping small branches down from the treetop
  • installation of the anchor point using the sling JINGLE II on artificial structures
  • installation of the working rope to the places with complicated access
  • general use for the installation of the accessory ropes in rescue situations

 

  • available in three weights (color differentiated)

    TREEMOUSE 300 / W9500Y300 - weight 300 g, yellow
    TREEMOUSE 350 / W9500Y350 - weight 350 g, yellow+blue
    TREEMOUSE 400 / W9500Y400 - weight 400 g, blue


Color: yellow, yellow+blue, blue
Weight: 300, 350, 400 g (≈ 10.5, 12.5, 14 oz)
Material: PES, steel, polyamide

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Warning

Activities at height such as climbing, via ferrata, caving, rappelling, ski-touring, rescue, work at height and exploration are dangerous activities, which may lead to severe injury or even death.
This the following is essential before use:

  • careful reading and understanding of the instructions for use
  • acquaintance with the possibilities and limitations of the product
  • adequate apprenticeship in appropriate techniques and methods of use
  • understanding and acceptance of the risk involved

In case of doubt or problem of understanding, contact SINGING ROCK.