Palm Screw Gate Karabiner

 

RRP: £14.95
NOW: £12.98 (£10.82 ex VAT)

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Carabiner for Kayaking or  Kayak Safety Gear

The Palm screw gate karabiner is the perfect piece of kit to keep in your kayak safety gear.

Palm has designed this carabiner for kayaking to feature an alloy construction, it then incorporates an anodised finish. The gate opening incorporates a screw lock system for enhanced safety when in use. The gate opening at the maximum is 23mm. 

  • General Features
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  • Aluminium Construction
  • Anodised Finish
  • Screw Gate Opening
  • 23mm Gate Opening
  • Clean nose design
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  • Breaking Strengths
  • Maximum Breaking Strength 24kN (Major Axis)
  • Maximum Breaking Strength 7kN (Minor Axis - Gate Open)
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