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Two hooks help the cable hoist to be fixed, equipped with locking pin and ratchet system which prevent falling by a mistake.

 


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    In this impromptu test, cumulative upload speed was 613.49 Mbps… a massive 1,500x speed boost from my previous average of 0.4 Mbps.

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    Shot on a smartphone – sorry for the poor quality!

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    475.5 (PC), Manchester TNP server
    49.74 (Android), Lancaster LUNS server
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