DMM Spectre 2

 

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All-round use coloured wire gate Carabiner

This wire gate biner is a little larger than the smallest biners on the market but it will appeal to people wanting something easier to handle, especially with winter gloves on. Having an I beam construction it is light at 32g. Various colours are available so that you can rack up your cams and Torque nuts etc with the relevant colour to quicken finding the gear on the harness. The nose profile is designed to protect the gate from knocks and lessen the chance of the gate opening which would result in a lowered strength.

 

DMM Spectre 2 from DMM Climbing on Vimeo.

  • Wire gate
  • I beam construction
  • Colour coding matches colours of Torque nuts, cams etc
  • 32g
  • Strength (gate closed): 24kN
  • Strength (gate open): 9kN
  • Strength (minor axis): 8kN
  • Gate opening: 25mm

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