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Pair of Grey Smooth Screw gate Carabiner

Pair of Grey Smooth Screw gate Carabiner

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Pair of Grey Smooth Screw gate Carabiner
(Other colours available)
Please note these are not for climbing or heavy weights.

These hard aluminium alloy carabiners are ideal for use on rucksacks, backpacks, bags, keyrings kettles, tents and ropes. Their uses are limited only by your imagination. Not for climbing or heavy weights. A versatile and practical addition to any collection, the carabiner is perfect for any adventure - day hikes and more. With reliable construction and a strong locking mechanism, you can feel confident and secure.

Each carabiner features:

  • Made from Polished hard aluminium alloy
  • Waterproof
  • Durable & Wear resistant
  • Each Carabiner weighs approx. 18g

Screw Gate D Shape Carabiner

  • Thickness/Diameter approx: 7mm
  • Approximate length 81mm
  • Approximate width (Widest point) 42mm

Carabiner Uses

Even if a carabiner is not strong enough for climbing, there are still several practical uses for it. Here are a few examples:

  1. Keychains: A carabiner can be attached to your keys, making it easy to clip them to your belt loop or backpack.
  2. Attaching gear: A small carabiner can be used to attach gear to a backpack or belt loop, such as a water bottle or flashlight.
  3. Securing bags: You can use a carabiner to secure bags or backpacks, preventing them from accidentally opening.
  4. Pet leashes: A carabiner can be used to attach a pet leash to a collar or harness.
  5. Hammock hanging: A small carabiner can be used to hang a lightweight hammock or camping gear.
  6. Securing ropes or cords: Carabiners can be used to secure ropes or cords together, such as when tying down gear on a vehicle or boat.

It's important to note that a carabiner not strong enough for climbing should not be used for any activities that involve weight-bearing or life-safety, as it may not be able to support the load and could fail.

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