DMM Boa HMS Keylock


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Large locking HMS karabiner with large gate opening

This large HMS karabiner is excellent for rigging as it accepts lots of knots and has a wide gate opening. It's size also makes it easy to handle with bulky gloves in winter condtions. Despite it's size the I beam construction keeps the weight down to 83g for the screwgate version.

Other gate options include Quick Lock which is a two action gate (barrel twist and open) and Lock Safe which is a three action gate (barrel pull, twist and open).


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  • Large locking HMS karabiner
  • Large gate opening
  • I beam construction
  • Clean nose
  • Various gate options
  • Major Axis Strength: 25kN (gate closed)
  • Major Axis Strength: 8kN (gate open)
  • Minor Axis Strenght: 10kN
  • Gate opening: 24mm (25mm for screw gate option)


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