CAMP Nano 23 Express Quickdraw

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit CAMP's Nano 23 Express Quickdraw page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The CAMP Nano 23 Express is the lightest quickdraw in the world. Perfect for alpine or ice routes where you don't want a gate getting frozen and you need to cut every gram possible.-- Silver carabiner for the gear end and orange carabiner for the rope end-- 8 mm x 10 cm Dyneema dogbone-- A rack of these can cut over a pound of excess weight compared to standard draws

- OMCgear

You'll be hard-pressed to find a lighter quickdraw anywhere - CAMP's Nano 23 Express Dyneema Quickdraw is about as light as they come at just under 2 ounces. You get the lightweight strength of an extremely durable 8 mm Dyneema dog bone with 2 Nano 23 carabiners, one polished biner at the bolt end and 1 anodized biner for the rope end.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Camp USA Nano 23 Express Quickdraw FEATURES of the Camp USA Nano 23 Express Quickdraw Rock Climbing, Alpinism, Racking World's lightest quickdraw Silver carabiner for the bolt end and orange carabiner for the rope end 8 mm x 10 cm Dyneema dogbone SPECIFICATIONS of the Camp USA Nano 23 Express Quickdraw Length: 10 cm Weight: 1.9 oz / 53 g Major Axis: 20 kN Minor Axis: 7 kN Open Gate: 7 kN Gate Opening: 21 mm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

To say that the Camp Nano 23 Express Quickdraw is light is kind of like calling the Atlantic Ocean damp. At less than two ounces, this draw is an obvious standout for weight-conscious climbers in any field. Camp combined two of it's ultralight, wire-gate Nano 23 carabiners together with an 8mm Dyneema dogbone. Since wire gates don't freeze in cold weather and Dyneema doesn't absorb water, this Camp quickdraw excels in cold, wet environments. Have you ever been anywhere like that'