Petzl Glacier Literide im Test


Der Glacier Literide ist die leichtere und kürzere Variante des Petzl Glacier speziell für Skitourengeher. Bis auf die Länge und Farbe sind beide Eispickel identisch.

Packwild Petzl Glacier Literide Review

Der Petzl Literide ist wie der  große Bruder Glacier aus einem leichten aber stabilen Aluminiumschaft mit geriffelt Bereich für einen guten Griff und einem Stahlkopf sowie -spitze gefertigt. 

Eine noch leichtere und speziellere Alternative für Skitouren von Petzl ist das Modell "Ride".  Das dieses nochmal deutlich leichter ist und nur 10 Euro mehr kostet ist der performantere Petzl Ride im Vergleich unsere Empfehlung.

Vor- und Nachteile:

  • Leicht
  • Petzl Ride ist das bessere Modell

Größen von Petzl Glacier Literide:

50 cm50 cm320 gHochtouren, Skitouren

Draußen getestet: Echte Kunden-Meinungen und weitere Testergebnisse

Unbeleavably light!
I haven't had opportunity to use it yet, but looking at how it is manufactured, like a piece of jewelry, I have no doubts about its use on ice and snow.
– Simo Mirkovic
Buena relación calidad precio
Piolet ligero pero suficientemente consistente para hacer esqui de travesía.
– Luis Pardo
What value would you place on your life?
This thing was worth every penny as it saved my life not once but twice. I slipped several times while hiking across America on the Pacific Crest Trail but once at once at Rock Pass and another at slip at White Pass was where this pick axe came in as a necessity that saved my life. Make sure you know how to use it properly but as long as there’s no user error, it will not fail you.
– Annette
Utilisé pour plusieurs ascensions dans les alpes, dont le Mont Blanc et le Mont Rose, ce piolet est parfait. Leger et solide, rien de plus à demander
– GFi
Four Stars
Light enough to go in the bum bag when mountain running
– Mr F.
Light and easy to use
Ideal-used in the Alps the next week to great effect.
– Roy Lewis
Four Stars
exactly what i was expecting
– Andy
Muy ligero
Piolet muy ligero para marchas glaciares
Excellent light weight ice axe
Great axe for alpine hikes. This axe is the exact same as the longer, heavier axes, but the shaft is shorter. I wouldn't consider this for a multi-day expedition, but I don't use it for that. If I had been more experienced and known better what I would have been using it for, I would have gone with the CAMP Corsa Nanotech Axe Ice axes 50 , since this is really just good insurance to have on some slopes on the types of hikes that I do where the majority is on soft snow where you wouldn't necessarily need to self arrest to stop a slide. The lighter the gear is, the less I hesitate to cut it from my pack.That said, know your terrain. The Camp Corsa Nanotech has been noted to be more difficult to chop steps into ice with due to it's light weight, but since I rarely end up chopping steps I would have spent the extra money on that axe and savored the weight savings.So this would be a toss up depending on the terrain. You want a great axe that is slightly heavier, a wallet that is slightly heavier, and the ability to chop steps into icy surfaces? This is the axe for you. If you don't see yourself using the axe for more than the occasional insurance against a nasty slide and don't mind paying a little more for 3 oz, then go with the Camp.
– Ben Penkacik
– k2
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