Best Price Auto-Lock Silver Steel Carabiner Capacity 25 Kn
An auto-locking carabiner that uses magnets instead of rotating sleeves to lock the gate. The buttons on opposite sides of the carabiner gate are squeezed at the same time to release magnets and open the gate.
Carabiners are widely used in rope-intensive activities such as climbing, arbiculture, caving, sailing, hot air ballooning, rope rescue, construction, industrial rope work, window cleaning, whitewashing and acrobatics. They are mainly made of both steel and aluminum. Those used in sports are lighter in weight than those used in commercial applications and rope rescue. Often referred to as carabiner-style or mini-binners, carabiner keyrings and other light-use clips of similar style and design have also become popular.
Product Attributes Details
- Category- Sport Practices and Climbing Mountaineering
- Carabiner Shape- Pear-shaped
- Gate Style- Auto Lock
- Anti Cross Loading- No
- Gate Opening- 24mm
- Warranty- 2 Years
- Composition Structure- 100% Steel
- Country of origin- India
|USAGE||SPORT PRACTICES AND CLIMBING MOUNTAINEERING|
|MAJOR AXIS STRENGTH||24KN|
|MINOR AXIS STRENGTH||7KN|
|COUNTRY OF ORIGIN||INDIA|
Product Feature Details
- Auto-locking snap hook for extra safety for climbing. Easier rope manoeuvring thanks to HMS ergonomic (pear) shape and wider opening.
- Excellent choice when using gloves, two ropes, or a variety of techniques in rappelling and belaying.
- Gate opening is maximized by incorporating a slightly curved spine
- Belay loop is held securely in place when carabiner is opened by the square hinge
- Locking mechanism comes in assorted colors only; sorry, specific color requests cannot be accommodated.
- Best Use- Climbing
- Carabiner Type- locking
- Gate Type- Auto Lock
- Gate Open Clearance- 21 millimeters
- Strength Major Axis Closed- 24 kilonewtons
- Strength Major Axis Open- 7 kilonewtons
- Strength Minor Axis- 7 kilonewtons
- Dimensions- 110 x 70 millimeters
- Weight – 89 grams
- Size- Universal
How to choose the best auto-locking carabiner?
There are now over 100 auto-locking carabiners available which seems like a lot, until you start narrowing it down to your key criteria.
- Criteria (other than ergonomic fit, which we believe is essential for all gear buys)
- The amount of work involved to open (2-stage is easier to use, 3-stage is even less likely to open inadvertently)
- Price (do you have a max budget?)
- Shape (read this post if you need help picking between Oval, D, offset D, and Pear/HMS)
- Size (as is true with screw-gates, auto-lockers come in most sizes from small offset D to gigantic HMS)
- Weight (is weight a critical factor given the type of climbing you’re doing?)