Petzl Spirit Screw-Lock

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The Spirit Screw-Lock Locking Carabiner from Petzl is based on the legendary Spirit carabiner and uses Petzl's manual screw-lock locking system. This carabiner is designed for specific applications, for example for use at belay stations, or building anchors. It is very compact, and has an H cross section to reduce weight, as well as the Keylock system to avoid the carabiner snagging during maneuvers.

- Mountain Gear

Designed for use at belay stations, the Petzl Spirit Screw-Lock biner is compact, ultra-lightweight, and features a Keylock gate to avoid snagging.. . . H-shaped cross section provides improved strength-to-weight ratio. Wider contact surface allows for better rope glide and reduces wear on the carabiner. Screw-Lock locking sleeve is easy to use and effective. Visual indicator lets you know at a glance whether the biner is locked or not. Adapted shape allows for easy tying or untying of a clove hitch. Keylock system eliminates the risk of snags.

- EMS