Scarab Titanium
Scarab Titanium
Scarab Titanium
Scarab Titanium
Scarab Titanium
Scarab Titanium

Scarab Titanium

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Ultra light alpine rescue tool.
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The Scarab® represents five years of research and testing by Rick Lipke and the design team at Conterra. It was born out of the need for a small, simple device that could easily control heavy rescue loads, as well as excel at pick offs, twin rope systems and other general rescue techniques. The Scarab® does all this and more.

With two models available, the Scarab® is the perfect choice for both Fire/Rescue and backcountry rescue environments.

The Scarab® TI 

  • Ultra light alpine rescue tool: Machined from solid Titanium plate.
  • Works with 6mm to 11 mm rope.
  • Weight: 185g (6.6 oz)
  • Incredibly strong
  • Does not twist the rope
  • Instantly adjustable friction (just wrap a horn)
  • Lower 600 lb loads with two fingers
  • Super easy lock off
  • Easy to use, right or left handed
  • Single and double rope capable
  • Attach rope without unclipping from anchor


  • Weight: 185g (6.6 oz)
  • Material: Titanium
  • Dimensions (rounded in inches): 5¼ long x 2⅜ wide. ½ thick frame, 1-¼ diameter crossbar
  • Minimum Breaking Strength (MBS): 20kN
  • Rope size compatibility: 6mm to 11 mm

Climb On Equipment offers free in-store pick up and ships within Canada & USA (some restrictions apply).

Most orders qualify for free shipping when over $99. Heavy/bulky items such as bouldering pads and faster shipping options do not qualify for free shipping. 

Work & Rescue Orders may qualify for volume discounts. Volume discount orders do not qualify for free shipping. For a more detailed information on shipping, please go to our Shipping Policy page or learn about Returns and Warranty.


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