Black Diamond HotWire Quickdraw

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Black Diamond connected a hot-forged Nitron straight-gate biner and a hot-forged HotWire carabiner to create the light, versatile and smooth clipping Black Diamond HotWire Quickdraw. The snag-free keylock Nitron takes the hassle out of cleaning routes, and the HotWire's large rope-bearing surface and flat gate-to-rope interface make for smooth clipping in any climbing application.


Black Diamond designed the versatile HotWire Quickdraw to meet all your clipping needs. By combining a HotWire carabiner and Nitron straight-gate 'biner, Black Diamond achieved a lightweight and smooth-clipping combo. With the HotWire's large rope-bearing surface and the snag-free keylock design of the Nitron, climbers can clip away with security and ease. Thanks to a Straightjacket rubber gasket, clipping 'biner orientation is maintained so you don't waste time and energy fumbling with the gate.


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Black Diamond HotWire Quickdraw FEATURES of the Black Diamond HotWire Quickdraw Nitron on top and hot-forged HotWire on the bottom Snag-free keylock top biner for easy clipping Flat gate-to-rope interface Equipped with a 14 mm Dynex dogbone with Straitjacket SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond HotWire Quickdraw Weight: 3.2 oz / 91 g Length: 12 cm Width: 14 mm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

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