Petzl OK Oval

 

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Oval-shaped carabiner for use with pulleys

Many pulleys require an oval-shaped carabiner to work properly. The OK carabiner from Petzl was designed for just that. It's also very useful as a general purpose carabiner at belays and for caving cowstails.

  • Symmetric shape is ideal for use with belay devices to maximize efficiency no matter which end is closest to the device
  • Oval shape works brilliantly with pulleys
  • Screwlock system

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