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Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
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  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue

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Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue

$10.00
1 reviews
nobody of 1 recommends this product
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
  • Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue
Screwgate Karabiner - Rocky Blue

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Our team of climbers designed this snap hook for hooking up a belay system to a harness or for climber safety during rope manoeuvres.

BENEFITS

Easy to open/close

screwgate with small gate opening (16 mm).

Lightweight

Very light, 45 g.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

TECHNICAL FEATURES

Breaking strength
Major axis: 22 kN
Minor axis: 8 kN
Open gate: 7 kN
Opening (mm): 17

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

The karabiner must be cleaned with fresh water and dried away from a heat source. Do not use any chemicals.
For further details, refer to the user guide.

STORAGE ADVICE

Store the karabiner in a dry, cool, well ventilated place, away from UV rays and chemicals.
For further details, refer to the operating instructions.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Read the user guide before use.

Reviews

1/5 1 review
nobody of 1 recommends this product
Gate failure for unknown reason
Neil (United Kingdom) Used for
I was traversing narrow ledges with fixed ropes in place as handrail/safety line. I had a sling clipped into the line with the Rocky krab clipped into my harness. At a changeover point in the line, I clipped a different sling into the new line and went to unclip the sling in the old line. I noticed the sling was still clipped into the line, but not my harness. I saw the Rocky krab on the ledge next to my foot. On inspection, when I place the krab on its spine, the gate flops down (open). When I place it the opposite way up, the gate does not drop down, but hangs at about 45deg. I can force the gate into the closed position, but on release it springs open. I cannot turn the screwlock at all in either direction.
I have no idea how this happened, but I do know that no significant force was applied and the krab was not weighted at any time. (I was using the krab normally earlier that day.)
I've been using the krab for about a year and externally it seems to be in very good condition. Serial no. 045618.
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