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Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife
Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife
Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife
Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife

Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife

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Product title: Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife
SKU: ECL_PLPSPATHA-Yellow

The Petzl Spatha Clippable Knife is designed to accompany the climber on every outing. The profile of the blade allows easy cutting of ropes and cordage. It has a carabiner hole for attaching the knife to the harness. It is easy to manipulate with its textured wheel, even when wearing gloves.

  • Stainless steel blade for improved durability
  • Smooth/serrated combo blade easily cuts ropes and cordage
  • Notch in the blade for opening the knife with bare hands
  • Textured wheel for opening the blade when wearing gloves
  • Mechanism for locking the blade in the open position
  • Hole for attaching to a harness with a CARITOOL tool holder
  • 3-year manufacturer guarantee

Technical Specifications

Material Stainless steel, nylon
Weight 43 g

REVIEWS

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
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1 review
  • A
    Anonymous
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    5 years ago
    Great knife for climbing (& camping, hiking, etc)

    Climbing: very lightweight knife that will work with any carabiner from the biggest BD or Petzl to a Metolius Mini II. The serrated section will cut through any cord in any situation, and you'll forget you have it on your rack. General use: great for backpacking/hiking, as it's very easy to clean and stow, and to clip to existing pack straps. It's also not so expensive that you're overly precious with it. If I were to have one knife in the outdoors, this would be it.

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