Black Diamond Positron Screwgate Carabiner-Brown

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Black Diamond Positron Screwgate Carabiner-Brown - Black Diamond Positron Screwgate Rock Climbing Carabiner - The Positron Screwgate Rock Climbing Carabiner by Black Diamond is a multi-functional, lightweight and compact keylock locker. The Positron's low-profile, non-snagging nose is easy to clip and clean and it has an easy-to-hold functional shape. The locking gate reduces the chance of open-gate failure while the deep basket reduces fumbly clips. The Positron is incredibly useful and offers a great value in a locking carabiner. If you have been searching for that lightweight biner that does it all, look no further than the Positron Screwgate Rock Climbing Carabiner by Black Diamond.

Features:

  • Locking gate
  • Easy-to-hold functional shape
  • 2 oz - 56 g
  • Keylock nose
  • Deep basket
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Black Diamond Positron Screwgate Carabiner-Brown Reviews:

Reviews:

I purchased this screwgate to sandwich between two straightgate carabiners at the rope-end masterpoint on top-rope anchors. To that end, the Positron screwgate and the Positron straightgate are identical in size and shape, so they make a perfect match for a rope-end masterpoint! What's more, this carabiner is relatively compact, so for a top-rope anchor involving a few slings and maybe a cordellete, you won't be carrying more up to the top than you need to!
Brandon at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/07/2013
Used these last night on a crew climbing a 150 ft. trad route in the Red, and they worked like a charm. Held up nicely, got compliments on them, and they are very light. Lock action feels, and more importantly is, solid. Use them everyday if not on a wall.
James Howard at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/07/2013