DMM Ultra O


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Oval Snapgate Carabiner

The DMM Ultra O is a very practical biner that works exceptionally well in pulley systems (locking versions are also available for added security). It also has hot forged, I Beam panels to maximise the strength – weight balance of the biner.

Despite these practical advantages, most climbers will see it as the perfect racking biner. It can hold a large number of wires without the awkward bunching that tends to happen with a conventional asymmetric biner. The oval shape also means that the wires will slide round easily without snagging.

  • Clean nose oval straight gate biner
  • Strong and lightweight I-Beam construction
  • Very generous 9.75mm rope radius
  • Works well in pulley systems
  • Excellent aid climbing biner
  • Perfect racking biner


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