Black Diamond Keylock Mini Pearabiner

Priced: $11.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Black Diamond Keylock Mini Pearabiner -

A slim profile and lightweight material make this Mini Pearabiner easy to operate while rappeling or belaying.



  • The sleeve locks on the gate, eliminating the possibility of the 'biner being over-tightened or ''frozen'' when loaded


  • Keylock nose design will not snag on bolts or gear
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Carabiner type:Locking carabiner
Gate open clearance:20 millimeters
Gate type:Screw-lock
Strength major axis closed:24 kilonewtons
Strength major axis open:8 kilonewtons
Strength minor axis:7 kilonewtons
Weight:69 grams
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Black Diamond Keylock Mini Pearabiner Reviews:


Nice biner, but not quite pear shaped

This is a great biner but it has one drawback. It is not truly pear-shaped so it will crimp on a rope if two are used opposite and opposed at your masterpoint. For your masterpoint, the attache (my choice) or element would work better. This is a great biner for belay or munter though. The action is smooth and its the lightest of its peers.
Goose Gone Wild at REI on 10/10/2012

Ideal for trad blays

This is my primary belay carabiner. It's one of the lightest pear-shaped carabiners available. It's weight and simplicity make it ideal for multi-pitch trad climbing. The bar construction, while increasing the weight, allows for a smooth belay and rapell. The smaller pear shape is ideal for belaying off an anchor with an autolock belay device.
Alpha Geek at REI on 11/11/2007