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Metolius

Metolius Contact Fingerboard

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The Metolius Contact Fingerboard is a generously sized, fully-featured training hangboard that offers an eye watering array of climbing holds.

The most deluxe hangboard offered by Metolius features crimps, slopers, jugs, edges and even pinches. The large variety of climbing holds have been ergonomically shaped and designed to offer optimum angles, and have a fine finish to help minimise injury and maximise skin preservation.

Features

  • Fully-featured training board with an amazing variety of holds and new, ergonomic variable width pinches
  • CAD/CAM designed master for perfect symmetry
  • Ergonomically curved for less joint stress and reduced injuries
  • Huge indexed hold selection includes:
- 11 pockets to choose from (2, 3, 4 fingers - tips to 2nd joint)
- 4 central edges from shallow to deep
- Top mounted pull-up jugs, rounded and flat slopers
  • Fine grained texture is skin-friendly
  • Includes comprehensive mounting instructions, training guide and mounting hardware

Specification

  • Size: 826 mm x 279 mm x 67 mm
  • Manufacturer: Metolius
  • Material: Resin

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05/22/2016
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Pain to mount, but great once it's up there

In case you don't read the specs, this is a BIG board - nearly a metre wide. Thus it has every handhold you could ever want: from big full hand grips on the top, down to arrays of 1/2/3/4 finger grips. Made of standard handhold plastic, so good grip to be had. I've been using it for a couple of months so far & it's slowly improving my strength. Only downside is getting it securely fixed to a wall, solidly enough so it can take your weight with the torque of doing chinups. Ended up using wall anchors to mount batons to the bare brick in my garage, 1/2inch plywood backing to the batons, and the board to the plywood, with plenty of no-more-nails throughout to help keep it all together. Not sure how well a normal plasterboard wall would take it!!

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