Black Diamond Quicksilver Screwgate
The nose of the biner it's pretty big. It's clear…
The nose of the biner it's pretty big. It's clear that it's not a keylock but, more than other non-keylock carabiners, this one has the annoying habit of getting caught all the time.
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Description of Black Diamond Quicksilver ScrewgateVersatile, lightweight, and affordable, the compact Quicksilver Screwgate is ideal for securing belays, top ropes, crux bolts or anywhere else you need a locker for added security.
- US Outdoor Store
Black Diamond Quicksilver Screwgate Carabiner is a small, lightweight locking carabiner ideal for crux bolts, anchors, and securing belays. Weight: 56g. Major Axis Strength: 25 kN. Minor Axis Strength: 8 kN. Gate Open Strength: 9 kN. Rope Bearing Surface: 9.5mm. Gate Opening: 17mm
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Black Diamond Quicksilver Screw biner - Black Diamond's classic Quicksilver Screw-gate is a great value in a locking utility biner. Its small, light and versatile for setting up belays, top-rope anchors or securing a haul line to your harness. Features/Benefits: Other applications include clipping an equalized rat's nest of pro or setting up top-rope anchors, Workhorse biner due to its strength and durability, Pear shape offers greater open-gate clearance, Weighs 2 ounces (56 grams)
- Massey's Outfitters
Black Diamond's Quicksilver Screwgate is updated with a locking gate and screwgate sleeve, and now shares the same body as the Quicksilver2, with its wide rope-bearing width of 9.5mm and an angled nose for easy clipping. The relatively light weight of the Quicksilver Screwgate (56 g) makes it great for big wall and alpine anchors, while a deep basket allows climbers to pile in the runners and slings. Black Diamond created this biner for climbers who place a premium on weight, yet demand workhorse durability and high strength out of their lockers. -Vendor *Comes in assorted colors.
A versatile, lightweight locking carabiner that is perfect for those times when you want a little added security, such as the first bolt of a climb.