Lifeventure Karabiner Pack 3


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Accessory Karabiners

These Lifeventure Karabiners are a great little travel accessory - ideal for securing gear to your pack, popping your stuff of the floor or even clipping your sun glasses to your belt. Many people come in to get them as a key ring. The list is an endless amount of possibilities.

These are not load bearing but are made from lightweight anodised aluminium alloy, with a singlewire gate and offer a fast and secure attachment.

Travel Tip: Clip your Lifeventure Ellipse cookware together with the little karabiner


  • Anodised aluminium alloy
  • Not for load bearing situations
  • Pack of 3
  • Weight: 27g
  • Dimensions: 50 x 70 x 10 mm


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