Grappling Hook - Gravity Hook Rock Climbing Equipment Climbing Rope Survival Carabiner Stainless Steel Climbing Harness
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- GENIUS 2 in 1 HOOK - It comes with one Gravity Hook in stainless steel (SUS304) and one Gear Tie. The Amarey gravity hook has small barbs on the backside of the hooks to grip better when using gravity hook as a grappling hook.
- PATENTED DESIGN STEEL LATCH PIN - We provided steel latch pin to keep the Gravity Hook closed firmly. Additional hole is for the steel latch pin storage in the grapping hook, to keep the steel latch pin in place. No need to worry about losing the rubber bands!
- EASY TO USE - The Gravity Hook is a cross between a mechanical claw and a grappling hook. When it touches down, the gravity opens up the jaws and reversing it closes the jaw.
- BETTER LOAD-BEARING CAPACITY - Tie any rope or string to the "shackle" at the bottom and drop your Gravity Hook to pick up anything you'd like! The stainless bearing can hold up to 170lbs! Weighing only 11oz, it¡¯s compact enough to bestowed onto a backpack strap.
- WARNING - The folding grappling hook has not been tested or certified to bare human weight. Never use it in circumstances where failure or dislodging might cause bodily harm or property damage. Failure to follow these warnings can result in severe injury, death, or damage. Not intended for unassisted climbing or load bearing applications where failure would cause damage or injury.
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Ever wonder where Batman gets his well-crafted gadgets that leads to adventures? Now you don't have to! Pick up a Gravity Hook in Stainless Steel and you are ready to save the day!
The multifunctional grappling hook is a cross between a mechanical claw and a grappling hook. When it touches down, the gravity pushes the jaws open. And the jaws are pushed closed naturally when reversed.
Tie any rope or string to the "shackle" at the bottom and drop your Gravity Hook to pick up anything you'd like! Whether it be pulling up mechanical parts or for emergency use, the mechanical claw and grappling hook is firm enough for various situations.
What makes it high performance?
- Can be adjusted to be used as a 2 pronged hook.
- Grips objects that might easily slip out of a conventional grapnel.
- Installing a Cross Hook makes it a 4 pronged grappling hook.
- Compact enough to bestowed onto a backpack strap.
- Can be dismantled for easy, compact storage.
This high quality and durable folding grappling hook can be used in outdoor activities, wilderness survival and adventurous activities. It is one of the essential equipment for outdoor enthusiasts. Please make sure the rope used in conjunction to the hook is solid and stable enough for use.
The hook claw reaches the highest level of gripping power by using oil quenching process to provide extremely durable operating reliability.
1x Gravity Hook (Assembled)
1x Bat Gear Tie
The folding grappling hook has NOT been tested or certified to bare human weight. NEVER use in circumstances where failure or dislodging might cause bodily harm or property damage.
Failure to follow these warnings can result in severe injury, death, or property damage.
NOT intended for unassisted climbing or load bearing applications where failure would cause damage or injury.
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I ordered the Amarey gravity hook after my order for a Vanon Grappling hook hadn't arrived after waiting over three weeks. First thing I can say is the Amarey arrived two days after I placed my order (Amazon Prime). Ironically, the Vanon hook I ordered three weeks prior (with Amazon Prime) arrived the same day. Perfect for a side by side comparison!
Packaging: Both gravity hooks arrived in branded packaging that was the same size and had the same internal thermoformed insert to hold the gravity hook and grappling hook "bat wing". The Vanon also had a plastic ziplock style bag containing two rubber o-rings.
Appearance: Both gravity hooks are the exact same size. The Amarey gravity hook however has small barbs on the backside of the hooks. I imagine these barbs will allow the Amarey to grip better when using this as a grappling hook. The Amarey gravity hook also has a built in pin that holds the hook shut when you want to use it as a grappling hook. With the Vanon you have to use those rubber o-rings to hold it shut. I can see this being troublesome, especially if you lose those o-rings. The other obvious difference is the fasteners. The Vanon uses pan head phillips head screws with nuts on the back to hold the hook together. I fear these will eventually back themselves out. The Amarey has pins with some sort of pressed on retainer holding the hook together. I am confident these will outlast the screws and nuts of the Vanon.
Function: While I intend to take both gravity hooks out into the woods for some real testing, I have played with them a little in the house. The Amarey seems to have the upper hand so far. The ends of the 'pincher' part of the Amarey seem to be more precise. Additionally the pins that hold the hook together are tighter than the screw on the Vanon. This makes the play of the Amarey gravity hook less sloppy and thus far I have had more successful grabs with the Amarey, including a quarter as shown on many gravity hook videos.
I may take some time to make a video comparison of both the Amarey and the Vanon sometime soon if I can get out into the woods. For now though the Amarey is in the lead.
The pin lock to hold everything closed is definitely a nice difference between this and the style that use rubber bands to hold it closed. I will probably use a rubber band as well to make sure the pin always stays in.
It's got a great weight and feel. It's light enough to throw it easily, and heavy enough that it can be thrown far without the wind affecting it.
I would say the only problem is when you pick up or latch on to something you didn't want to grab. There's no sure way to detach once you've grabbed something, so you have to be able to pull it all the way up or hope that it eventually lets go by yanking on the cord a bunch. I find that if you attach a second line to one of the arms, you can force the jaws open with a tug. Maybe a future version would have a hole in one of the arms for a second line, or some kind of release mechanism.
I haven't tested how much weight it can take since that's not why I bought it and there are all kinds of warnings that it is not meant to hold a person or perform in a life threatening situation.
Overall, I love it. It will be with me every time I go flying quadcopters or camping. I will probably pick up another just to keep in the car.
on the second or third hunt, i realized i dropped one of my gloves in the dark when i pulled my knit cap out of my coat pocket. I was already 20 ft. up the tree and settled in my climbing stand, so i did not want to climb down to retrieve my glove. looking for the camo glove on the forest floor of dead leaves and sticks at first light was like playing a real-life hidden-object game.when i finally located my glove, i tied the gravity hook to my pull-up rope, and after a couple tries, silently pulled the glove back up.
the stainless steel construction is very sturdy and the attached locking device is much better than the other designs that use rubber bands or
removable pins. my son can't wait to use it in grappling mode to climb one of the trees in the front yard!
I will definitely recommend this hook to others and probably gift it to friends and family who have an appreciation for useful gadgets!