Edelrid HMS Strike FG

 

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Belay karabiner


The Edelrid HMS Strike FG is a screwgate locking karabiner that is great for belaying. The shape works perfectly with the Edelrid Mega Jul for assisted breaking belaying .The FG relates to the wire clip that sits at the base of the karabiner that will hold the HMS Strike in the correct orientation on your belay loop, or will keep the krab retained correctly on a lanyard or cowstail.
The keylock nose means no snagging when clipping and unclipping, whilst the H-profile construction means maximum strength for minimum weight as displayed by the 70g weight and 22kN strength.

  • 70g
  • Spring bar holds carabiner in place preventing cross loading
  • Keylock nose for smooth clipping and unclipping
  • H-Profile construction for best possible use of material
  • Physical dimension (mm) : 100 x 70
  • Gate opening (mm) : 21
  • Correct loading (kN) : 22
  • Cross Loading (kN) : 8
  • Gate Open (kN) : 7

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