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micro-biner w/wiregate. 3.2g/each, many uses
Current color is silver
Xand (verified owner) – 02/17/2020
You may be wondering why I am reviewing a $3 carabiner. Because it’s late and my judgement is impaired. But I will go on record as saying this is the best $3 clip I have ever purchased. It’s light, it doesn’t snag or get caught in the tarp loops. It will break if you put your body’s load on it as I accidentally did, when I unknowingly got into my wookie underquilt rather than the hammock onwhich it was attached. (Would not recommend getting the same color of uq as your hammock…) But for smaller jobs, this thing holds up. It’s worth all three of those dollars.
richard – 05/01/2017
Are these plastic or aluminum?
admin (verified owner) – 05/03/2017
They are Aluminum and should hold about 100 lbs
Justin (verified owner) – 07/06/2016
How much weight can these support? Can I use this to hang my hammock?
admin – 07/07/2016
No, these will break between 75 and 100 lbs of force.
David Cader – 06/15/2016
Do you know what weight this carabiner can hold? Would it be sufficient for use in hanging up a bear bag with upwards of 15 pounds of food and gear?
75 to 100 lbs
Rich – 05/06/2014
I purchased two of these and used them to hang up my food bag and random gear to tree’s near my hammock. The wire gate has strong tension and does not appear to be flimsy. I pressed the gate all the way open, and it has fluid motion.
A buddy of mine had a flat tire on his shoe in the first hour of a 3 day backpacking trip. The front half of the sole came unglued and was flopping. He poked a hole on the front of the sole and tied some cordage to the micro-biner I let him use. It was easily attached to the boot strings and kept the sole in place during the trip.
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