One of Petzl’s clients found 2 critical defects on his Petzl low-stretch kernmantle ropes. To date, no other client has reported similar defects to us, and no accident or injury is known. Please read the information below and, if necessary, inspect your ropes.
Petzl has been advised by some training centres, that there is a sliding effect on the ASTRO ventral adjustment buckles. Silicone keepers are available to help prevent this... Request Silicone Keepers Read More
Some 2018 Podium Seats (Model S071AA00) have an issue with the straps that prevent larger karabiners being used... Request Replacement Straps Read More
Defects found in a batch of Amercian Made Omega Pacific G-FIRST Karabiners. Check serial number on spine, free replacement by Spelean Australia if needed. Read More
Be aware of cheap counterfeits of Petzl products, they could result in injury or death. Please buy your Petzl products from authorised Petzl dealers. Read More
Petzl has recalled ZigZag mechanical prussik for arborists, pre 2014 model. Check your serial number, if affected process a return and replacement free of charge. Read More
Concerns all SCORPIO lanyards Manufactured before May 17th 2011 up to serial number 11137**** The relevant product references are: L60, L60 CK, L60 2, L60 2CK, L60 H, L60 WL, K29VF 1, K29VF 2, K29VE 1, K29VE 2, K29V 1, K29V 2 Read More
Petzl have requested an addition to the PPE Inspection Procedure for ABSORBICA lanyards L57, L70150 I, L70150 Y, L70150 IM, L70150 YM - May 2011 Read More
Petzl has issued a recall for any Sarken crampons (any binding system, black or orange colour, with metallic parts). Purchased between 1 November 2003 and 31 August 2007....
Omega Pacific is voluntarily recalling a small percentage of Five-O Screwgate locking karabiners built between November and December of 2004. Only karabiners marked with the lot stamp “VT” are affected... Read More
If you purchased an MSR Pocket Rocket gas stove in Australia between 19 Jan 2004 and 9 Feb 2004 your stove may be one of FIFTEEN sold in Australia with a defect... Read More
Defective batteries may cause the Saxo Aqua to explode, presenting a risk of injury to the user. A gas absorber (catalyst) installed in the bulb holder can eliminate this risk... Read More