Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack

Priced: $34.95 - $39.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 29 reviews.
Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack -

A convenient six-pack of Neutrino's by Black Diamond (their lightest biners) that are anodized to match their Camalot colors. Makes racking super easy.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack.

Features:

  • includes 6 Neutrino Carabiners
  • Offers excellent function on either end of a draw, and clips effortlessly
  • Compact, full-function design
  • Fully functional in the most adverse conditions
  • Large rope-bearing surface
  • Stainless-steel spring gate provides a larger gate opening (versus bent or straight gate) and resists freezing up
  • Anodized in Camalot and C3 colors for easy indexing
  • Excellent choice for long, multipitch routes
Paragon Sports
The Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack: A sextet of color-coded Black Diamond Neutrinos for racking cams. The nimble Neutrino is the ideal carabiner solution when all-purpose fast, light and strong is right.

Backcountry.com
Black Diamond specially anodized a set of 6 Neutrino 'biners to simplify and lighten your rack. The Neutrino Rackpack features 6 Neutrino carabiners anodized in each Camalot color: gray, purple, green, red, yellow and blue. Now you can put all your #1 Cams on the red 'biner, all your #2's on the yellow, and so on and so forth. Woohoo!!

Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
Save on a set of six anodized Neutrinos. Small without being fumbly or awkward to handle, the Neutrino is Black Diamond's lightest wiregate carabiner. Ideal for fast and light climbing, this gate is ultralight and strong when weight is an issue.
Oregon Mountain Community
The Black Diamond Neutrino Rack Pack is a convenient six-pack of Neutrinos anodized to match Camalot colors makes racking super easy.

Campsaver.com

Thirty-six grams of wiregate perfection, the nimble Black Diamond Neutrino is the ideal solution when all-purpose fast, light and strong is right. The Neutrino's compact full-function design makes it the ideal match for cams and slings. The Neutrino also has a larger rope-bearing surface than the Oz.


SummitHut.com

A convenient six pack of Neutrinos, Black Diamond's lightest biner, that is anodized to match their Camelot colors. This system helps make racking super easy.

Want it cheaper? Set your own price.
Enter the price you want to pay and we'll email or text you if we find a store that will sell it for that amount:
Price: $
Your email:
Cell number: (optional, for text message)
Learn how offers work...
12 people have already set their own price.
Average Price History: Price History
Review RatingNumber of Reviews
21
7
0
0
0
Carabiner Shape:D
Carabiner Type:Non-Locking Biner
Close Gate Strength:5.395 lbf / 24 kN
Closed Gate Strength:24 kN (5395 lbf)
Gate Opening:22 mm (0.86 in)
Gate Type:Wire
Key Lock Gate:No
Major Axis Strength (Closed):24 kN
Major Axis Strength (Open):8 kN
Major Axis kN:24
Minor Axis Strength:1.574 lbf / 7 kN
Minor Axis kN:7
Open Gate Strength:1.574 lbf / 7 kN
Open Strength kN:8
Upc, Ean, Isbn:793661077138
Weight:36 g (1.3 oz) each
Weight (Grams):36 g
Compare specifications to related products.

Similar Products:

Black Diamond Neutrino Rock Climbing Carabiner RackpackBlack Diamond Neutrino Rock Climbing Carabiner Rackpack$34.90
Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack (pack of six Neutrino Carabiners) at SunnySportsBlack Diamond Neutrino Rackpack (pack of six Neutrino Carabiners) at SunnySports$28.95
Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack - Package of 6Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack - Package of 6$34.95
Black Diamond NeutrinoBlack Diamond Neutrino$4.76 - $6.95

Related Categories:

Black Diamond

Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack Reviews:

Reviews:

Light, functional. Gotta love 'em!

I've spent my share of time researching the small differences between 'biners and while they are not perfect, these are a GREAT choice. Color coding obviously benefits rack selection. A somewhat small point, but helpful especially when the rack is large. Also VERY lightweight, wire gate safety, still has a good rope bearing radius (shortcoming of many lightweight 'biners today that can wear your rope faster) and I personally prefer a small biner to rack cams. Only cons are may be too small for some hands and some people dont like wire gates. I would love this even more if it had a notchless nose like the wild country heliums or others on the market.
Granitejunkie at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2009

Nice quality 'biner from BD

As always BD is right up there as one of THE leading manufacturers of quality, afordable climbing quipment. Yeah there are some companies such a CAMP selling nice 'biners at great prices as well - but if someone is a diehard BD fan - then this 6 pk is def for you! Very nice finish, color coded if that is important to you to coincide with BD color-coding of their Stoppers and Cams. I have about 50 of them and wow did I shave a bunch off my rack vs. my old BD and Omega-Pacific D's and Oval's!
Scoobiedoo at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014

I love them, really, I do. Every time I order something from backcountry I get another set of them, you can use them for anything you want, and they go great to color code your cams. They are light and extremely easy clip. Very few times have I had problems with slings getting stuck on the gate trying to unclip.
I take this biner over the Oz, a little bit more weight, but clipping feels great with this biner, whereas the Oz is a bit awkward.

Pablo Fernandez at Backcountry.com on 05/30/2013

These are good, lightweight, and fairly inexpensive carabiners. They are super nice for color coordinating your rack, so it it easy to find which one you want when you are pumped and 85 feet above the ground. The only gripe i have against these is the face that they catch a lot on just about everything. The nose has a notch in it, and things always snag in it. kind of a pet peeve for me, but overall a pretty good carabiner.

Alex at Backcountry.com on 09/14/2013

Light and Fast

Until this point I've been mostly a trad follower rather than a trad leader but I'm currently building my rack and so far these have proven to be the best carabiners I've used. They weigh significantly less than the carabiners on my buddies' racks and they're very easy to clip. I can't speak for how they'll hold up in the long term but right now they're great.
Jon R at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 11/11/2007

love 'em

I just picked up my 3rd rack pack in the past year, and I've gotta say I love these things. The variety of colors makes it super easy to organize your rack, whether you're racking cams or distinguishing different length slings. They're light, super strong, and they clip wicked easily. I'm a huge fan and highly recommend them. They've saved my butt more than once.
Jon at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2010

Definitely worth the price

I had purchased 1 rack pack just to fill in some holes in my trad-climbing rack and right off the bat I knew they were a great buy. They're lightweight(not as lightweight as the CAMP Nano's, but pretty close) The wire gates perform tremendously and I've not had an issue at all with clipping rope through them
The Dude at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 04/04/2013

Small and light, with a wiregate, these 'biners are excellent utility pieces. They're color coded to match BD camalots nicely, but they'll work for a lot of other purposes as well. Grab a bundle of them and link them with a sling for a scalable quick draw. Or stick them on a screamer for winter safety.

Courtney Dean at Backcountry.com on 06/05/2012

I got these awhile back and have been using the hell out of hem on my trad routes. They are light and make picking my cams easy. Granted the green could be a bit darker color. In he bright light it is easy to mistake it as silver. But over all a great product.

stuart guernsey at Backcountry.com on 12/24/2013

The Black Diamond Neutrino Rackpack is simply built for the Black Diamond C4 Camalots to rack gear. Although there are two other options from Black Diamond specifically in the Oz and Hoodwire packages, the Neutrinos get the job done. Great for a starter rack or short crag climbs.

Nick Shuey at Backcountry.com on 07/05/2013