... for more safety when climbing
"We keep you safe" - that's our motto and the foundation of our company name.
Our goal is to minimise common hazards and to support schools, climbinggym owners and climbing instructors in their quest for the highest level of safety.
Berni - Bernhard Kofler
locksmith, metalworker and climbing instructor
Telephonnumber: +39 3297480019
Andi - Andrea Meßner
climbing instructor, staff member in the climbing gym Verikale in Brixen and sportstudent in Innsbruck.
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compensates belaying mistakes
minimises the danger of a fall to the ground
The Gigaklick braking device was developed as a stationary belaying device for use in climbing halls to minimise the danger of a fall to the ground during top rope climbing. It may also be used for mistakes during lowering and abseiling a person.
Most frequent questions:
Do I still need a common belaying device?
Yes! The Gigaklick does not replace the belaying device. The Gigaklick may not be used for self-belaying!
Intended use: by a climber and a belayer with belaying device (e.g. Gri Gri).
How heavy can the climber be?
A user weight between 14 kg – 120 kg is permitted.
Click here to download the instruction manual.
We are sorry but the examination certificate is currently only available in German.
Gigaklick in action:
Since the beginning of 2018 we've installed serveral gigaklicks in local climbing gyms. Other gyms around europe have some testing devices. Below you find the link to our local climbing gyms. Send us a short note if you want to see the gigaklick in action. We are happy to show you around and let you test the gigaklicks.
For futher questions please contact: