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Black Diamond Turbo

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Simple, lightweight and efficient, the Turbo Ice Screw features Black Diamond's precision tooth geometry with a hanger that functions as a handle for placements and a low-profile design to streamline your rack.

- CampSaver.com

Black Diamond Turbo Ice ScrewThe Black Diamond Turbo Ice Screw is a lightweight and easy to carry climbing utensil . It is advanced tooth geometry for starting, allows you to place the ice screw fast and easy during climbing. The tooth geometry also makes the climbing faster, with an easy to place screw than others sold in the market. It is a classic light weight hanger to enable you to advance further during a climb, with less effort. This CE certified ice screw offers a higher quality and trustworthy climbing implement, to climbers. Weighing only 143 g, 5.0 oz., the screw offers climbing enthusiasts, a light load during an ascend. The Black Diamond screw has been totally designed for a 10 kN, 2248 lbf. climb. Completely manufactured out of chromoly, a climber can now count on a very durable and high resistance strong alloy. The Black Diamond Turbo Ice Screw has been delivered to market to get the job, and to keep a climber's confidence at 100%.

- SunnySports

Black Diamond Tubular Ice Screws are made for the climber who values life and isn't willing to mess with sub-par designs when the chips are down. In desperate situations seconds count. And when it's one screw between you and the deck, quality counts. That's why Black Diamond Tubular Ice Screws are made from 4130 aircraft-quality seamless steel tubes, pierced and cold-drawn for superior strength. The teeth are cut on a vertical mill then heat treated and plated with bright nickel. With aggressive threads for holding power and tapered tubes for ease of placement, this is a screw that cuts sharp, pitch after pitch, year after year.

- Backcountry.com