Black Diamond Nitron Straight
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Black Diamond Nitron Straight Carabiner FEATURES of the Black Diamond Nitron Straight Carabiner Hot-forged construction throughout Hot-forged gate is ergonomic and easy to open Keylock nose doesn't snag Available in straight or bentgate version SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond Nitron Straight Carabiner Weight: 1.6 oz / 45 g Closed Gate Strength: 5.395 lbf / 24 kN Open Gate Strength: 1.798 lbf / 8 kN Minor Axis Strength: 1.798 lbf / 8 kN Gate Opening: 0.87in. / 22 mm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
The Black Diamond Nitron Carabiner is a versatile hot-forged biner that's great for all sorts of uses. The Keylock nose makes for smoother clipping and unclipping, whether your clipping a bolt or racking gear. Available in ergonomic straight or bent gates. One of the best carabiners for one-handed use in tough situations from trad to sport climbing. When your arms are pumped and you're reaching for the last clip, you'll appreciate the Black Diamond Nitron Carabiner. Weight: 1.6 oz (45 g). Closed gated strength: 24 kN. Open gate strength: 8 kN. Minor axis strength: 8 kN. Gate opening: 22 mm (0.87 in) straight gate, 25 mm (1 inch) bent gate
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
A multi-purpose, 100% hot-forged biner (including the ergonomic gate), the Black Diamond Nitron Straight carabiner provides smooth-clipping keylock functionality for everything from racking Stoppers to clipping bolts and the Nitron Bent carabiner provides snag-free keylock functionality and smooth, fast clipping when it matters most.
So you want more carabiners, but your significant other is telling you to cut back' Since when does a climber need to rationalize adding more carabiners to his or her kit' If you think we're going to sit here and brag about the Black Diamond Nitron Carabiner's lethal combo of light weight, strength, and value, then you're mistaken. And if you expect us to regale you with tales of the Nitron's gaping 22 mm of gate clearance and slim profile, then we're sorry to disappoint. It's just not going to happen.