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joewtc


Jul 18, 2013, 8:33 AM
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$50 Belay Glasses
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:D Hello everybody, my buddy has recently bought a pair of $50 Belay Glasses from BelayShades http://belayshades.com/, a new small business based on Vancouver with 5% profit donated to a charity. He showed it to me yesterday. They are great! I did a write up review and I think it's a great deal!
http://vrcg.ca/...elay-glasses-review/


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Jul 18, 2013, 4:08 PM
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I agree, I purchased a pair and I really like them.

It takes about a week to get used to them,but, once you get the hang of them say "goodbye" to belayer's neck.

I use them in the gym and outdoors on single pitch climbs. They really save the neck, but, you do have to get used to using them.


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Jul 19, 2013, 1:50 PM
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gblauer wrote:
I agree, I purchased a pair and I really like them.

It takes about a week to get used to them,but, once you get the hang of them say "goodbye" to belayer's neck.

I use them in the gym and outdoors on single pitch climbs. They really save the neck, but, you do have to get used to using them.

These particular brand of belay glasses? Or one of the competitors?


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