Omega Pacific Standard D

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Omega Pacific's Standard D page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You're looking at one of the strongest aluminum carabiners in the world. At 31 kN, it's wicked strong and represents the strongest and most durable design in basic functional climbing carabiners. Through ISO Cold Forging, material is put exactly where it will render the strongest design possible for a carabiner of its size and materials.

- Outdoorplay

You?re looking at one of the strongest aluminum carabiners in the world, the Standard D Black by Omega Pacific. At 31kN, it?s wicked-strong and represents the most durable design in basic, functional Climbing carabiners. Through ISO Cold Forging, Omega Pacific puts material exactly where it will render the strongest design possible for a carabiner of its size and materials. Specifications of the Standard D Black Carabiner by Omega Pacific Gate Opening: 20 mm / .787 inch Major Axis Strength: 31kN Gate Open Strength: 9kN Minor Axis Strength: 9kN Weight Grams/ounces: 65 grams / 2.3 ounces Length: 108.7 mm / 4.28 inch Width: 60.7 mm / 2.39 inch

- Moosejaw

The Omega Pacific D Straightgate Carabiner might look like the first carabiner in existence, but its ISO Cold Forging construction makes it as light and strong as most contemporary carabiners. Its D shape makes it convenient for clipping, and the straight gate makes it versatile for any requirement you need on the wall whether it's slinging a draw or racking all your stoppers. Its 31kN strength makes most tiny, colorful climbing carabiners look like plastic toys.

- Backcountry.com

Omega Pacific Accessory Biners D Straight Black OPD5. At 31kN it's wicked strong and represents the most durable design in basic functional climbing biners.

- CampSaver.com