Petzl Attache 3D
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Thanks to its compact shape and screw-lock locking system, the Petzl Attache 3D Screw-Lock Carabiner offers the versatility needed for anchoring, tying in and belaying on multipitch climbs.
Unlike most locking carabiners, Petzl made its Attache 3D Locking Carabiner specifically for belaying whether you're using an auto-locker, an ATC, or even a munter hitch. The aluminum and H-shaped cross section make sure this lightweight biner remains durable with its excellent strength-to-weight ratio. It has a medium size to accommodate any belay device with ease, and the wide surface area allows superb rope glide that also reduces wear on the biner for fantastic longevity. The screw-lock sleeve is easy to use and provides efficient clipping, and the visual indicator clearly points out whether it's locked or not. This pear-shaped carabiner also features a keylock nose for snag-free clipping every time.
Petzl Attache 3D SL Locking Rock Climbing Carabiner - Petzl redesigned the original mini-HMS carabiner to be ultralight and created the breakthrough ATTACHE 3D Locking Carabiner. Through a series of scientific calculations the ATTACHE 3D has been reduced to a mere 55 g by removing all unnecessary material while maximizing strength. The 3D shape keeps the original ATTACHE versatility while reducing weight. The Gru-V locking sleeve offers a better grip making it easier to open. The patented Fluid Gate design reduces the chance of slings or webbing catching on the gate or locking sleeve. The Keylock system offers ease of use with webbing and slings while all rope-bearing surfaces have been optimized to balance fluidity with a minimum of excess weight. Overall, the Petzl ATTACHE 3D Locking Carabiner combines the versatility of a mini-HMS carabiner in a compact, light frame for fast and light adventures.
Designed with a compact shape and screw-lock locking system, the Petzl Attache 3D SL Locking Carabiner from Petzl is designed for multiple uses related to belaying. Connecting a belay system to a harness, belaying with a Munter hitch, or bringing a second up directly off the anchor. It has an H cross section to reduce weight, as well as the Keylock system to avoid the carabiner snagging during maneuvers.
- Mountain Gear