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LOV2 est le premier descendeur antichute sur cordes verticales et diagonales.

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Imaginé, conçu, fabriqué par et pour des cordistes, c’est l’outil indispensable du professionnel de la hauteur. LOV2 est le premier descendeur antichute sur cordes verticales et diagonales.  Sans équivalent sur son marché, c’est donc le seul outil qui permet de :

  •  Remplacer 3 outils pour les cordistes

1° l’appareil antichute

2° le descendeur

3° le bloqueur de poitrine réversible en descendeur.

  • Associé à LOV.Rope remplacer 2 outils pour les travailleurs en hauteur:

1° la longe de maintien

2° l’appareil d’évacuation.

  • Evoluer en anti chute, en descendeur ou en maintien sur des cordes tendues. 

Exemple :  L’ouvrier retenu en suspension après une chute, s’évacue de lui-même par le bas immédiatement sur le même appareil, au lieu d’être repris par un système évacuateur. On pourra même le dégager d’obstacles en agissant en bas de sa corde.

  • Cette innovation mondiale est normée EN 12 841 et EN 358.

11 avis pour LOV2


    Je suis ravi de cet outil qui peut s’installer en milieu de corde, ravale bien la corde en particulier dans le cas de remontée sur brin fixe et permet une descente assez fluide.

    Je l’utilise dans la Grimpe d’Arbre, pour du SRT (brin fixe) essentiellement en accès (monter/descente) ainsi que lors de traversée d’Arbre avec un crochet.

    Bravo et Merci pour ce produit !

  2. Godfroy

    top rapport qualité/prix
    Le Lov 2 est d’une polyvalence exceptionnel !

  3. Yann Pons

    Je l’utilise au travail depuis 1 an et ne suis pas dessus
    Il a manger des cordes sales
    De la poussière
    De la peinture et j’en passe
    Et toujours au top
    Il ne lui manque qu’une flasque mobile pour les changements de cordes et manipulation de triangulation
    Mais sinon c’est un super produit

  4. Tore Rønstad

    I find this extremely useful for both leisure and work. It takes away some changeovers that you will find in rope access today. being both an ascender and a descender simplifies rescue in many situations, even Without compromising on safety.
    I have also used it on wet icy ropes. It still works! My favorite tool…

    • Bénédicte

      Thank you Tore for this recommendation.

  5. Alex Landa

    It is a very convenient devise, but the common issue is a very unpleasant destruction of a handle closing spring. Since it happened after half a year mild usage as a secondary descender and sometimes a fall arrest, the handle is always open, which makes it kind of dangerous. I can accidentaly pull it with my harness parts or clothes. Since the handle can not be disassembled without drilling and bruteforce work, it would be fair to provide some kind of return policy. But the customer services wont contact me after I filled the form.
    I gues,, you should do something abot it. At least write me an e-mail.
    Russian rope access technitian

    • Bénédicte

      Hi Alex,

      We are very sorry for all the inconvenience.
      Of course we provide after sales service. I sent you 2 emails already with the process to follow but did not receive any answer from you.
      Could you send an email to with a valid email address so that we can communicate ?

      We are much concerned with quality and customer satisfaction, so we would not leave you without a response. Can you tell me which form you filled and to whom you sent it ? Did you use the contact form on the website ?
      We will check why we did not have your message and fix the problem.

      Looking forward to hearing from you,

  6. Alex Landa

    Customer service did their job in providing the replacement in the best way possible.
    After some information exchange I got the broken part (handle) sent to me without any payment,and also sending the device to manufacturer for repair without any shipping fees from my side was an open option.
    I am grateful for your actions.
    Good job, Benedicte.

    Alex Landa
    Russian IRATA lv.1 Rope access technitian.

  7. Yann Camus

    Merci TAZ pour m’avoir permis d’essayer le LOV2! C’est un produit haut de gamme!

    Pour moi, le LOV2 était un outil intéressant à tester pour l’escalade en solo encordée sur corde fixe. Après ajustement de mon système, j’adore la liberté et l’assurance qu’il me procure. Je peux grimper et rappeler à volonté pour travailler des mouvements difficiles ou faire plusieurs répétitions d’une longueur. J’ai une astuce pour le garder haut et qu’il risque moins de se retrouver entre mes jambes. J’utilise aussi bien des cordes semi-statiques (tel que recommandé par le fabricant) que des cordes dynamiques et ça fonctionne bien. Je fais des noeuds dans la corde au cours de ma progression au cas où le LOV2 glisserait mais ça me parait peu probable!

    Bientôt je diffuse une vidéo YouTube pour expliquer comment je me sers du LOV2. D’abord en anglais mais ensuite, ce sera la traduction française!! 🙂

    Je dois encore travailler pour trouver une façon agréable de l’utiliser en solo en premier de cordée. Ça devrait être possible car il ressemble pas mal au Soloist quand il est maintenu vertical à l’aide d’un harnais torse. Comme le Soloist, il faudra prévoir des noeuds de redondance car il glissera lors d’une chute la tête en bas.

  8. Yann Camus

    Thank you TAZ for allowing me to try LOV2! It is a high quality product!

    For me, the LOV2 was an interesting tool to test for top rope solo (TRS) climbing. After adjusting my system, I love the freedom and confidence it gives me. I can climb and rappel at will to work difficult moves or do laps. I have a trick to keep it high so it is less likely to end up between my legs. I use both semi-static ropes (as recommended by the manufacturer) and dynamic ropes and it works well. I make knots in the rope during my progression in case the LOV2 slips but it seems unlikely!

    Soon I am posting a YouTube video to explain how I use LOV2 for TRS.

    I still have to work on finding a nice way to use it for lead rope solo climbing. It should be possible because it is a similar device to the Soloist when it’s held upright with a chest harness. Like the Soloist, it will be necessary to provide redundancy with knots because it would slip on the rope in case of an upside down fall.

  9. Yann Camus

    Voici le système pour le top rope solo:

    • Bénédicte

      thank you Yann !

  10. Chen Kun Yu

    TAZ LOV2 is a great invention. It allows me to install on various ropes at any time for system conversion (including tension ropes). Not only can rescue ropes be used, but tree climbing is also a very useful tool in daily life. It has both ascent and descent. The function of the product does not require additional conversion. This is very convenient to use. In addition to the excellent design and manufacture of the product itself, what has surprised me is the perfect after-sales service of the company. I live half a world away from France. Taiwan, because there is a small part in my LOV2 that is slightly worn out after long-term use, because Taiwan can’t find a replacement part, I wrote to the head office for assistance. I didn’t expect the head office to solve my problem within a week. , It is very efficient and has a very kind attitude. Such a company deserves everyone to use their products more. This is a pleasant experience. Thank you very much for the company’s care for everything.

    • Bénédicte

      Thank you so much, Chen.

  11. Tim Owen

    For almost a year, I have used the Lov2 as a SRT climber in commercial tree removals and pruning operations and can’t say enough good about it. The adjustable friction of the device allows for efficient rope walking in tree ascents and for smooth, controlled and safe descents. The Lov2 also works great as a one handed adjustable positioning lanyard without the tightening and freeze up that micro pulley friction cord prusik adjusters tend to produce with even minimal use. Its mid line attachability, ease of operation and reliability make this device an essential for the production climber and a mainstay among the many mechanical friction devices in the rapidly evolving world of arborist climbing equipment.

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