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Ultra Lightweight Wire Gate Carabiner 5 Pack

Item Code: KE240061
$42.95 $42.95
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The lightweight Ultra Wire Gate Carabiner is favored by many extreme climbers, especially suitable for extreme and speed climbing that requires light pack, or a lot of cams, pitons and other gear.


•Hot-forged from 7075 high-performance aluminum material, the ultra-light 3D design helps reduce unnecessary weight and create a lightweight,     strong, multi-use carabiner
•Steel wire gate resists freezing in cold and snowy situations and it provides a wider gate opening than conventional gates
•Especially-designed wide lock nose ensures the firmness of wire gate and avoids unexpected opening
•Steel wire gate considerably reduces external impact, preparing it for harsher environments

Dimensions: 91.5X54mm
Gate Opening: 25.8mm
Major Axis Strength: 22kN
Minor Axis Strength: 7kN
Open Gate Strength: 7kN
Weight: 32g
Certification: CE1019 EN12275

Recommended Use: Climbing, rescue and work at height.

Recent Reviews
  • ByErez Shani
  • Jul 02, 2020
Great light carabiners for color-coding your trad gear.
They are on the smaller end for the standard size, si make sure this is what you are looking for!

  • ByJack McCutchan
  • May 31, 2020
These are a really nice size for racking NUCO cams and making extended draws. Using these made a noticeable weight difference to my rack.

  • ByMaxime Castilloux
  • Dec 30, 2019
I use this pack for making extendable quickdraw with the dyn sling 60 [cm] x 10[mm].
It's not a lie, they are very lite.
The wire gate is effectively smooth and the bend in the wire is pretty cool and help to clip easily.

But the hook nose is a little disapointing, I hope Kailas will change this.

  • ByJames Bailie
  • Jun 30, 2018
Great set of carabiners. Perfect for matching colours with the nuco cams. Lightweight wire gates. Watch out if you don't like hook noses - I haven't had a problem with them, but some climbers avoid hook noses.