1 Casted Aluminum Grippul (Textured).
Option of Quad Crimp or No Quad Crimp.
Coated texture for better handling and friction.
Made of durable 6061 aluminum.
Compatible with standard climbing holds 3-5" wide.
Has 3 standard 3/8-16" threaded holes.
The new heat casted aluminum Grippul 2.0, is durable and lighter then ever! Powder coated with texture to give it great friction against climbing holds. The back of the new 2.0 is elegantly slotted with a flat and rounded 11mm integrated crimp that hangs a perfect 90° when weight is applied. The Improved bolting pattern provides three 5/16" threaded holes, compatible with most climbing holds and pinches. 19mm Quad crimp now available in black polyurethane resin.
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The newly revised Beast Fingers Grippūl Two, a.k.a “Beast Grips 420 Blazet” as coined by the great Jon Call! Is the original climbing hold isolator. It is now lighter, and has just what you need to increase your contact strength gradually, allowing you to measure and train your hand strength on different climbing holds.
The Grippūl Two was designed to be used with multiple weight sources, and works great with a cable pull machine. It now has 6 large carabiner holes around the rim that can also accommodate slings. It's powder coated texture gives it great friction against variant types of climbing holds, as well as a very nice feel for pinching the integrated pinch around the edge.
It now has three threaded holes, based on our customer feedback on how it's used. The three bolting points allow for not only a wide arrange of climbing holds, but, it affects the effective angle of the Grippūl allowing you to train overhung, or straight, with the threaded hole for pinches still in the center when the Grippūl is horizontal.
A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO HAND STRENGTH.
We took the time to develop the best approach to hand strength, and maintaining it. The Beast Fingers Grippūl Two does just that and more. With no need to bolt anything to the wall, the Grippūl Two goes wherever you go. Just bring two or three crimps, and connect to any weight source, whether a cable pull machine, kettle bell, or a simple resistance band, and you are ready to go.