How to use Edelrid Ice Tool & Ice Axe, safety, lifespan, storage and care with instructional pictures.
An all-round ice tool, designed for technical mountaineering and ice-climbing.
Curved shaft geometry for improved penetration and precise placement on ice and rock.
Hardened steel waterfall pick for outstanding purchase and easy removal on steep ice.
Ergonomic, triple-component handle for maximum comfort and control.
Detachable hand rest protects the knuckles and can be removed for leashless climbing.
Hardened steel spike with opening to accommodate a carabiner.
Modular construction can be adapted to suit all uses and conditions.
|Weight (g / oz)|
Weight (g / oz)
In grams and ounces, the weight, as stated by the manufacturer/brand.
The weight is the packaged weight. If there are differences in weight (due to optional accessories) we'll note them here.
|595 g / 20.99 oz|
|Length (cm)||50 cm|
|Head Details|| Adze (pair: Riot Hammer
2 Screw adjustment
|Ice Rating|| Pick: T / Type 2|
Shaft: T / Type 2
|Picks|| Included with the tool: |
Other Picks Available:
|Pommel & Grip|
Pommel & Grip
Fixed: An upper pommel that is fixed in place (it cannot move up/down the shaft nor can it be taken off).
Adjustable: An upper pommel that can move up and down the shaft.
Removable & Adjustable: An upper pommel that is completely removable and also adjustable.
Removeable: An upper pommel that is either on or off (it cannot move up/down the shaft).
None: If there is no upper pommel that comes standard (there may or may not be options to buy separately).
Fixed: A lower pommel that is fixed in place (the angle cannot be changed nor can it be taken off).
Adjustable: A lower pommel that can change angle or location on the tool.
Removable: When the lower pommel can be removed but not adjusted.
None: If there is no lower pommel that comes standard (there may or may not be options to buy separately).
| Upper Pommel: None|
Lower Pommel: Removeable
Grip Size: 1 size fits all (not adjustable)
|Materials|| Pick: Hardened Steel|
Head: Stainless Steel
The main climbing gear certifications are CE and UIAA--and normally the UIAA creates the rules that the CE body also supports. When possible, we try to list all the certifications the product carries.
To sell a climbing product in Europe, the device must be CE certified. There are no official requirements to sell climbing gear in the US. The UIAA certification is a voluntary process.