Black Diamond Positron Quickdraw

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The Black Diamond Positron Quickpack is a set of six Positron quickdraws for completing your rack in one fell swoop. Up at the top of the Dynex dogbone is a straight gate Positron carabiner, while secured in a Straightjacket insert down at the bottom is a bent gate Positron carabiner. The combination provides incredibly fast clips and cleans, so you can tackle the next problem with a clear mind, instead of worry about your protection. Buy six at once, because adding indiviDual quickdraws to your shopping cart is so last year. Features of the Black Diamond Positron Quickpack Straight gate Positron on top and bent gate Positron on the bottom Dual keylocks ease clipping and cleaning Equipped with an 18 mm Polyester Dogbone with Straitjacket Quickpack is a set of 6 draws

- Moosejaw

Your life is hanging by a thread and where are you placing your faith? I'd be placing all of my faith in the easy access and strong Positron Quickdraw that you have clipped in on your favorite sport climb. Black Diamond has been a leader in outdoor equipment since the beginning and has earned our trust with every piece of equipment that they create. PRODUCT FEATURES: Straight gate Positron on top and bent gate Positron on the bottom Dual keylocks ease clipping and cleaning Equipped with an 12 mm Polyester Dogbone with Straitjacket

- Appalachian Outdoors

With 2 Positron carabiners and a polyester dog bone, the 12cm Black Diamond Positron Quickdraw is their top value in full keylock functionality.

- REI

Boost your collection of Black Diamond Positron quickdraws times six with the Black diamond Positron Quickpack. Climbers looking to beef up their sport rack with smooth-clipping draws will rejoice in the jangling of a dozen keylock Positron noses. On top of snag-free clipping, the six draws in this deal of deals feature Straitjacket inserts to help maintain bottom 'biner orientation.

- Backcountry.com