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Anodized Resting Fifi (Adjustable Fifi)

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Average Rating : 3.67 out of 5
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Anodized Resting Fifi (Adjustable Fifi)
Manufacturer: Kong

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Different situations require different FiFi lengths. Until recently, climbers often carried two FiFi's tied at varying lengths. The resting FiFi allows climbers to adjust the hanging distance of the piece they are clipped into. Excellent for top-stepping, overhangs, or for levering out on a piece. Designed to be used in conjunction with 7mm cordolette. Weight: 15 grams

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: far_east_climber, 2004-11-17

Handy piece of gear. I find the smaller mouth of this fifi to be much more secure when leaning out or top-stepping... It's kind of tricky to get used to and as jstp said, it's quite a fidget to find the right cord. If you don't use a 'less tight weave' I find the cord begins to twist and jam up the fifi, which is irritating. The only other thing to compare this to is the Lucky Adjustable Fifi - it looks similar though.

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: coylec, 2004-06-13

Its awesome! Ignore the manufacturer and use 6mm webbing.

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: jstp, 2004-06-10

I found mine, so its not as if i heard wonderful things before i bought it, but...... it is pretty slick for overhaning aid on a chest harness, i'll give it that. That is about it. It has an akward shape that doesn't seat well in webbing products and is sort of small when compared to other fifi's. Does have its place though. Oh, and try out a bunch of diffenrent cords to see what works best for you.
Pros: good for aiding large roofs.
Cons: finiky to get the right cord, small hook, doesn't seat well in webbing.

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