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User warning regarding illegal copies of Petzl products

Petzl have recently discovered in China illegal copies of the products pictured below
The outward appearance of these products is very difficult to distinguish from the genuine article but testing has shown them to fail at much lower forces than stated. These counterfeit products do not meet UIAA or CE safety standards.
All Petzl products sold at Out & About  are purchased directly from Petzl's official UK distributor. You can find out more about the specific faults in the counterfeit products and how to avoid purchasing them on the UK website here and also on the Petzl International website here

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