Petzl Attache


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Lightweight HMS Karabiner

At only 56g the Petzl Attache is truely lightweight for an HMS Karabiner.

The size and shape of this carabiner make it popular for many uses such as connecting a belay device to a harness, belaying with a Munter hitch or as a multi-purpose carabiner for use at belay stations. As you would expect it accommodates two clove hitches with ease.

It has a lock indicator: when the gate is not secured a red band is visible at the end of the gate.

At just 56g the Attache is compact and lightweight.

  • Compact, lightweight and easy to handle
  • Pear shape allows for use with the Munter hitch for single ropes
  • Available in Screw-Lock system only (with lock indicator)
  • Weight: 56g


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