- Short Description
- Hot-forged, key-lock design
- Target strength: 25 kN (5620 lbf) major axis 10 kN open gate, 7 kN minor axis
- Gate opening: 17 mm
- Individually tested to ! its rated strength
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I know many have objected to the use of climbing carabiners as key chains but I think it's sweet. This is a little large but can still easily fit in most pockets. I personally made a lanyard out of some paracord to fit on it. The carabiner is approximately two inches at it's longest.Great LookingVery SturdyLight WeightMinor paint wear after month of use
On my hiking belt for emergencies and occasional roped path, really seems robust. Would have preferred a twist lock but for the limited use this will get this is fine.