- Referencia del fabricante: Glyby Trekking Poles
- ASIN: B019W5EZPE
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 5 de febrero de 2016
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Bastones de Trekking Glyby, anti-choque sdintel bastones telescópicos pretérito ultralivianos ajustable para Escalada Montañismo rastro al viaje mochilero (fibra de carbono)
- & # x2714; Altura: Alta calidad Cuerpo de poste ajustable y plegable, ultralightv de fibra de carbono y bastones de trekking, senderismo barras de aluminio alta resistencia EVA manejar con correa para la muñeca, nuevo sistema de bloqueo, Quick Lock, resistencia al impacto, bastones de trekking y más seguro.
- & # x2714; Fibra de Carbono caña de pescar: bastón la combinación perfecta de peso corporal, fuerza de apoyo, elastic. bastones telescópica de cinco secciones diseñada para adaptarse a todas las personas.
- & # x2714; Ajuste de bloqueo: usted debe girar las agujas del reloj Knob Lock, cuando se desea liberación cuando el tiempo de rotación inversa se puede aflojar, el correcto giro garantiza un uso más cómodo.
- & # x2714; Ajuste de la longitud: puede conectar de alambre de acero resistente, con anillo de refuerzo y tire de él fijo, y luego abrir la parte superior de la cerradura se puede ajustar en altura, el tubo marcado con un ajuste de escala, se ajusta a la altura adecuada (Recuerde No puede exceder de la más alta punto).
- & # x2714; Estándar internacional: 49 "de largo, adecuado para la mayoría de los humanos Altura, fácilmente embalado en una mochila, si usted tiene cualquier pregunta sobre el producto, por favor contacto us. ase contacto con nosotros.
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<br/> glyby® bastones de trekking senderismo, anti shock bastón ajustable telescópico Alpenstock ultraligero para escalada viaje mochila al aire libre Trail montañismo (fibra de carbono)<br/> Elegir nuestra razones:<br/> De fibra de carbono:<br/> Detalles del producto: plegable plegable senderismo Senderismo Polo.Producto doblado es sólo 12.59 pulgadas, 49.21 pulgadas Longitud ajustable Pulsera de goma EVA de alta resistencia.<br/> Especificaciones: Color: Negro Peso neto: 250 g<br/> Plegable tamaño: 32 cm (12.6 ")<br/> Desdoble tamaño: 125 cm (49)<br/> Joint Número: 5<br/> Material del mango: EVA de alta densidad<br/> Material del mango: Fibra de Carbono<br/> Rod Tip Material: Acero de tungsteno de carbono<br/> Tipo de cierre: 3LS sistema de bloqueo de quinta generación y columnas de acero con anillo de refuerzo<br/> Pole bolsa: almacenar sus bastones de trekking mientras usted viaje, que hace que su viaje sea más agradable y cómodo. Especificaciones del producto<br/> Nombre: Alpenstock Mochila<br/> Color: Verde del ejército<br/> Material: Paño de 600d Oxford<br/> Especificaciones: 72 cm (28.3inches) * 14 cm (5,5 pulgadas)<br/> Compuesto por: una Alpenstock<br/> Un paquete Alpenstock<br/> Una bolsa<br/> Alpenstock uno puede acompañarte recorrida el mundo, aplica las circunstancias: viaje, senderismo, escalada de montaña, trekking.<br/>
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This pole is quite unusual and of a design I have neither seen nor used previously. It is rather like the linked-together carbon fibre poles used in many modern tents where the linked-together poles slot into each other to form a longer length and a strong structure. This walking pole adopts the same principle. It takes only seconds to assemble by slotting the lowest end pole (the one with the snow basket and ferrule) and slotting it in the one above. The pole directly above then slots likewise into the next one up above, directly beneath the silver-coloured band. Now hold this silver-coloured band and raise it fully - until the brass lug pops out to hold it secure. This now secures the three lower poles - if you don't do this then the lower poles will swing freely when the pole is lifted. In the absence of any instructions, it took me a while and some frustration to work out the technique but now it's second nature - and obvious too. By now the lower three poles, each bearing the pattern, are extended and now the last pole can be raised by unfastening the quick release clip and raising this last section to your chosen height on the printed scale 110-125cm. Select your chosen height and then secure the quick release clip.
When the pole is correctly assembled it works well, is very lightweight to carry, comfortable to hold and has a comfortable warm handle which is easy to grip both in cold weather and hot conditions with a sweaty palm.
It is supplied with a carrying case plus a 'bonus' green case with pockets.
- Folds up very small to fit in a backpack
- Very lightweight
- Assembly is a little fiddly, particularly outdoors with cold or hands
- No instructions provided to draw users' attention to the assembly method ( if the pose is note secured then it can slides down and the lower sections dangle freely)
- A lot of faith is instilled in the little brass lug. If this fails or isn't fully-locked into place, the pole could collapse taking its user with it and this gives me some concern
It is a good pole and performs well. However, I am personally not keen on the assembly method and I feel this needs instructions for the user. I didn't immediately spot the brass lug which pops out to hold the section secure and I think others might miss this too .
I like my outdoor gear to perform well and consistently in all conditions and to be usable in cold and wet weather with cold fingers, ie a typical real-life scenario. This method is a little too fiddly for me and in cold weather at the weekend, my gloved fingers couldn't operate the brass lug at all and ungloved, cold fingers struggled to push the brass lug back into place. I would prefer to see quick release catches on each section of the pole or the usual twist-lock mechanism with a shock absorber feature. This is just my personal preference and the linked-together carbon-fibre pole approach may grow on me in time. For now, however, I am awarding 5 stars to the pole for its performance, weight and ability to fold to such a compact size, but I am deducting a star for its assembly method and the fact no instructions are supplied which may mean other customers struggle with it, at least in the early stages.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary product in exchange for a fair, honest and unbiased review
I use walking poles quite a bit whilst trekking out and about - they are invaluable for picking my way down a rocky slope or for steadying me when hopping through muddy stretches. However, I do not use them all the time, and like to stow them somewhere when on a flat stretch of road so I can keep my hands free.
So a pole must meet certain requirements for me - it should be sturdy, extend to a long enough length to be useful going down hill (I like about 1.2-1.3 m for this), fold away small enough to stow in my backpack and have a comfortable grip. This is the first pole I have owned that has met all these requirements, and I am very happy with it.
Most poles that I have seen are a telescope design, and when collapsed are too long to fit in my backpack. This is the first pole I have come across that folds away small enough to tuck in my bag. It is a similar design to a tent pole, there are three sections of tube held together by a central cord. Fit them together then pull the top tube up to tension the cord, this holds them all together. You need to pull the top section until a little brass button pops out to lock it into place. There are no instructions with the pole and on first use I couldn't get it to go tight until I came back on here to look at the pictures which showed me how to do it. It is simple when you know how, and effective. Once constructed the top section is telescopic and can be extended. There is a graduation marked on the pole so you can set it to your preferred height every time. Fully extended it is about 130 cm, so more than enough for me. When folded down it is only 37 cm, small enough to go in my bag. Perfect.
Due to the way it is built it is sturdier than the old style telescoping poles, it doesn't wobble and vibrate around the joints like my old craghoppers pole. It takes my weight (about 18 stone) very well with no sign of flexing. I much prefer this to any of my other poles.
The grip is excellent, a moulded foam that fits nicely in the hand. It feels hard wearing yet comfortable. I took to it right away.
At the other end is the standard mud/snow basket with road ferrule. It seems well made and after a 20 mile yomp across the muddy wolds last weekend all seems to be in order.
The pole comes with a nylon drawstring pouch for storage, so I can stow it and keep the inside of my rucksack mud free. there is also a longer pouch for stowing normal telescopic poles, a welcome addition that I have put to good use.
In short this is an excellent pole. Well made, well thought out design, comfortable and useful. 5 stars unreservedly.