Petzl - Scorpio Eashook

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Main Features of the Petzl Scorpio Eashook

  • Y-shaped lanyard with tearing shock absorber equipped with two Eashook Karabiners
  • Suitable for users weighing between 40kg and 120kg
  • Two retractable arms facilitate access to EASHOOK Karabiners and do not interfere with progression
  • One extra short lanyard for resting or traversing: clipped into rung
  • EASHOOK automatic locking system is easy to use when passing anchors
  • Captive eye, double-action karabiner, easy to use
  • Large opening for easy connection of carabiner to cable
  • Twisted loop for larks-footing to harness
  • Protective pouch with zippered closure for the tearing energy absorber enables its condition to be easily checked
  • Usage tips for the via ferrata lanyard displayed on the energy absorber pouch
  • Length without biners: Retracted 84.5cm - Extended 115.5cm. Short Arm 36cm
  • Weight: 540g
  • Certification: CE EN 958 2017 (Also meets new requirements VG11 2013)

The Petzl Scorpio Eashook is a Y-shaped shock absorbing lanyard designed for use on via ferrata and other situations where a slip could result in a high fall factor. Shock absorption is provided by a tearing energy absorber located in a zipped pouch making it easy to be checked regularly. Both arms of the lanyard are elasticated to keep them tidy and manageable, and there is a third short lanyard for clipping in close for traversing or attachment to a rung in order to rest. Attachment to a harness is by larks-footing the sling directly to the belay loop.

The Petzl Scorpio Eashook comes complete with two Petzl Eashook karabiners, which are easy to hold with a gloved hand and also very easy to open and clip in to cables or ladders as you climb. These karabiners are designed with a huge gate opening and open by simply squeezing the karabiner, instantly locking securely when you let go.


These are great! I have used them in France a few times. The small lanyard does work well with a ball lock karabiner when resting and hanging around. Definitely recommend these.
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