How to use Petzl Ice Accessories with instructional pictures.
Universal ice screw holder adaptable to any type of harness, for ice climbing or mountaineering.
Compatible with any harness, the CARITOOL EVO is an ice screw holder that’s great for organizing your gear. It’s useful for ice climbing or mountaineering, as an addition to your gear loops. Fixed to the harness waistbelt, it allows you to access, rack, and organize gear with one hand. With the CARITOOL EVO you can easily rack your ice screws, ice axe, or hammer. It’s possible to position more than one CARITOOL EVO on the waistbelt of your harness.
- Easy to install:
- easy to position on the harness waistbelt
- compatible with any type of harness or the waistbelt of a backpack
- Convenient for organizing and handling gear:
- rack or access ice screws, ice axe, or hammer with one hand
- carry up to six ice screws down in the basket, with the ability to move screws up to the notched shelf for easier access to the middle screws
- possible to tether tools using the small hole on the upper shelf
- Allows for a more versatile use of the harness by increasing the capacity to carry gear based on the activity
This product is not personal protective equipment. It can only hold the weight of equipment (max 5 kg).
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|Weight (g / oz)|
Weight (g / oz)
In grams and ounces, the weight, as stated by the manufacturer/brand.
Unfortunately, for ice accessories in particular, these are not common figures that are given out.
|40 g / 1.41 oz|
We list as many details here as the manufacturer supplies.
This information is definitely limited for ice accessories.
|Stainless steel, glass fiber reinforced plastic, high-modulus polyethylene|
|Ice Rating (if applicable)|
Most ice accessories do not have a rating. This field is used for ice axe and ice tool accessories like picks, that have an ice rating.
B / Type 1: Basic
T / Type 2: Technical
Note: Even though it looks like the more aggressive picks are T and the flatter picks are B, this is not always the case. The ratings are based on flex, and not the shape.