Keyword: Recall

Wild Country Recall of Superlight Rock Nuts

Wild Country is recalling its Superlight Rock chocks in sizes 1 through 6. Details about the recall can be found here.

Voluntary recall of Ortovox Litric avalanche airbags

Ortovox is voluntarily recalling all Ortovox Avabag Litric models (Avabag Litric Tour, Avabag Litric Freeride, Avabag Litric Zero) including the Zip-Ons. The recall only affects the electronic airbag models with Litric technology. Any mechanical Avabag models with a cartridge system are not affected.

Pieps and Black Diamond are calling for their avalanche transceivers to be checked

Pieps and Black Diamond call for the avalanche transceivers PIEPS Pro BT, Powder BT, DSP Sport, DSP Pro, DSP Pro Ice, Micro Button BT, Micro BT Sensor, Micro BT Race Recon BT and Guide BT to be checked.

Petzl recalls Pirana descender device

Petzl is recalling its Pirana descender due to the risk of drowning if the rope accidentally jams in the locking groove. Do not continue to use the descenders affected by this recall.

Petzl recalls the Scorpio Eashook via ferrata set

The French mountain sports outfitter Petzl is recalling its Scorpio Eashook via ferrata set. The reason for the recall is a malfunction of the carabiners. The affected products may no longer be used.

Warning: Peguet is calling Maillon Rapide back

Peguet, a company specializing in the manufacture of quick links, Maillon Rapide, calls for a review of its 8mm models.

Recall / product improvement of the Pieps avalanche transceiver

The manufacturer of avalanche transceivers, Pieps, is urgently calling for the replacement of the carrying system used in its DSP models. Here are the details.

Beal calls for Birdie to check the belay device

Beal has received a lot of feedback about broken handles on the Birdie belay device. For this reason, Beal calls for a review of the device.


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