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Kong Gi-Gi - usage for <10mm ropes

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The diagram and instructions with the Kong GI-GI are very unclear, pertaining to usage while belaying one person (your second climber) while using a single rope less than 10mm. My comments are in brackets, the instructions say "If using one only rope [yes, really does say ... using one only rope] of diameter less than 10mm, the connector [meaning the extra biner you need to secure the belay] shall be positioned aroundthe GI-GI and with the two ropes passing through.

 

Disregarding why I want to use a GI-GI :poke:, does anyone have a picture or better instructions of how to use the GI-GI with a single rope that is less than 10mm?

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