The Orbit Twist Lock Carabiner by Camp USA is full of attributes you will love. The lightest auto-locking carabiner on the market. Excels on the sharp end where the security of a locking biner can add serious piece of mind. Perfect for anchors and a best-seller for adventure racing.
C.A.M.P.'s Orbit Twist Lock makes a great combination with most auto-locking belay devices and excels on the sharp end where the security of a locking biner can add serious piece of mind. With its keylock nose the Orbit Twist Lock snaps in and out of anchors and fixed lines without snagging. The perfect biner for fast and light excursions.
|Carabiner Type:||Locking Biner|
|Gate Opening:||18 mm|
|Major Axis:||22 kN|
|Major Axis kN:||22|
|Minor Axis:||7 kN|
|Minor Axis kN:||7|
|Open Gate:||8 kN|
|Open Strength kN:||8|
|Upc, Ean, Isbn:||8005436056678|
|Weight:||1.8 oz / 51 g|
|CAMP Twist Lock Carabiner||$17.95|
|CAMP Orbit Twist Lock Carabiner - Auto lock||$13.95|
|CAMP Twist Lock Evolution Carabiner||$19.95|
I have a 120 Alaskan Malamute that undid every clip I used to tie him out..He would get loose,take off,and was very hard to catch..
This locking Carabiner was just the trick to secure him outside on a cable..
It slips completely around his collar,and locks in place..Now no matter how he twists,turns,or paws at this new setup,he does not get unhooked..
It solved a real problem for me,and is another great use for this product....
These people are crazy. There is ZERO chance these biners will cut your gear. Gear nerds are notorious for being the biggest bunch of chicken sh*ts in the climbing world.
These biners rock. Great size and sweet action.
I just ordered 2 which arrived today and I wish I had read the first review before I did. The edges really are sharp, which is not only inexcusable but unbelievable. The previous reviewer wasn't kidding when he said you can cut yourself with this biner. It probably wouldn't happen through casual handling, but you wouldn't have to work too hard to make it happen. And who knows what it might do to nylon? I'm not going to take that chance; I plan on returning them as soon as I can. Why a company as reputable as CAMP would produce such a thing is beyond me. I'm not sure if they were designed that way, or if someone at their factory in China fell asleep at the deburring machine.
I am a recreational/technical tree climber, facilitator and instructor. I recently bought a CAMP USA Orbit Twist Lock Carabiner. It looked like a good, light-weight auto-locking utility biner at a great price.
My main complaint is the extremely sharp edges, both around the sleeve cutouts that allow for passage of the noses when opening, and along the two horizontal grooves in the sleeve grip.
Some of these edges can break the skin. I wouldn't recommend using this biner around any life support rope without modification. I'm going to try some steel wool to take the edges off.