Mammut Bionic Pro

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Mammut Bionic Pro Straight Gate Carabiner The optimized version of the revolutionary Bionic carabiner. The beam-hot weld technology enables a higher breaking load at lower weight. The key lock gate guarantees easy placement and removal. Note that this item of climbing safety equipment is non-returnable. Please call us toll free at 877-236-8428 or e-mail with any questions.


On Sale. Mammut Bionic Pro Caribiner (Fall 2010) SPECIFICATIONS of the Bionic Pro Caribiner by Mammut Breaking load lengthwise: 24 kN Breaking load across: 9 kN Breaking load open: 10 kN Weight: 40 g / 41 g ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Sacrificing neither strength or weight, Mammut's Bionic Pro carabiner is an example of a super-sturdy straight gate biner with the security of a key lock-style gate. Rely on the higher breaking strength created by the I-beam hot forged technology while you get secure clipping with the patented gate.

- Mountain Gear

The Mammut Bionic Pro Carabiner is a non-locking offset-D biner available with wire, straight, or a bent gate closure. Mammut used beam-hot weld technology to give the carabiner a higher breaking strength at a low weight. If all else fails, the Bionic will hold up to 24KN of weight, which means an elephant can take a whipper when you manage to get it off the ground.


Description of Mammut Bionic Straight Gate CarabinerTechnically sophisticated The new Wire Safe locking system delivers key lock advantages to a wiregate carabiner. The beam hot forged technology makes optimum use of the material - lower weight and higher breaking load capacity.FeaturesBreaking load lengthwise 24 kNBreaking load across 7 kNBreaking load open 10 kNWeight 37 g, 38 g

- US Outdoor Store

Mammut Bionic Pro


The Bionic Pro has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$6.99 - $14.95

The Mammut Bionic Pro is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 23, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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