Petzl - Djinn Axess 17cm, robust sport climbing quickdraws


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Petzl - Djinn Axess 17cm, robust sport climbing quickdraws

Reliable and robust, the DJINN AXESS quickdraw of Petzl 17 cm is particularly suitable for rock climbing.

DJINN carabiners have a large area for rubbing the rope, to reduce traction and ensure greater resistance of the carabiner and rope. The curved lever design allows you to stabilize the rope and carabiner effectively.

The Keylock system avoids the accidental attachment of the carabiner during maneuvers. It is available in two lengths and two colors.


  • Reliable and robust transmission:
    - great reliability of the DJINN carabiner lever mechanism,
    - H-shaped section to offer the best resistance / lightness ratio,
    - large contact surfaces with the rope and the anchorage to facilitate the passage of the rope and reduce the wear of the carabiner,
    - sturdy AXESS webbing,
    - STRING webbing protection to stabilize the carabiner and protect the webbing from wear.
  • Ease of carabiner and detachment:
    - large lever opening to facilitate maneuvers,
    - Keylock system designed to avoid unintentional attachment of the carabiner during maneuvers,
    - easy grasping, thanks to the large size of the carabiner.
  • Available in various lengths and various colors:
    - 12 cm sling and curved blue DJINN carabiner,
    - 12 cm sling and purple curved DJINN carabiner,
    - 17 cm sling and curved blue DJINN carabiner to manage traction.


  • Major axis strength: 23 kN
  • Minor axis strength: 8 kN
  • Open lever resistance: 9 kN
  • Opening: 24 mm
  • Curved gate carabiner opening: 27 mm
  • Capacity: 24 mm
  • Materials: aluminum carabiner, polyester webbing, rubber STRING
  • Certification (s): - carabiner: CE EN 12275 type B, UIAA, - webbing: CE EN 566, UIAA
  • Length Referral: 17 cm
  • Campi for Use: Mountaineering, Free climbing


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