DMM Aero Screw Gate 5 Pack Deal


RRP: £45.00
NOW: £34.00 (£28.33 ex VAT)

You Save 24% Availability:  Only 2 left!



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DMM Aero Screwgate 5 Pack

The Aero screwgate from DMM is one of the most widely used pieces of climbing hardware in Britain, and for good reason. It is strong, very durable and extremely easy to use.

A brilliant and affordable piece of essential gear for any climber, but perfect for entry level enthusiasts, and even more affordable as DMM's 5 pack deal!

  • The classic entry level locker biner
  • Keylock nose
  • Generous rope radius
  • Deep gate bend for easy rope clipping
  • Very strong construction
  • Available with Screwgate, Quicklock and Locksafe locking systems
  • Gate closed strength - 25kN
  • Gate open strength - 9kN
  • Minor axis strength - 9kN


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