Black Diamond Positron Rock Climbing Bentgate Carabiner-Lime

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Black Diamond Positron Rock Climbing Bentgate Carabiner-Lime - Black Diamond Positron Rock Climbing Bentgate Carabiner - The Positron Rock Climbing Bentgate Carabiner by Black Diamond is a classic keylock carabiner. The Positron is a smooth operator for racking and placing stoppers or clipping and cleaning bolts. Smaller than the Dynotron, yet the functional shape is very easy to hold and the keylock nose doesn't snag. The bow back, smooth spring and deep basket make it the most versatile clipping, racking and anchoring biner. If you want to have one of the most lightweight and durable biner's in your rack, you are going to love the Positron Rock Climbing Bentgate Carabiner by Black Diamond.

Features:

  • Keylock nose doesn't snag
  • Classic keylock carabinger
  • Great for racking
  • 1.7 oz - 49 g
  • Smaller than Dynotron, yet easy to hold
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Black Diamond Positron Rock Climbing Bentgate Carabiner-Lime Reviews:

Reviews:

Super nice biner, spring feels a little softer than the petzl spirit. Love the bent gate. The smooth no snag gate is what I always want in a biner. I don't rock climb. I use to climb trees to cut them down and have been hooked on these type of biners ever since to use for all kinds of things.
FredMech at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/07/2013
Since it's Black Diamond, quality is perfect. I wanted a color which stands out - gold is the one not many people have or at least none of my friends has. Bent gate seems to me easier to grab than straight as well. Highly recommended.
MarverousS at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/07/2013