Attache Screwlock Carabiner

Attache Screwlock Carabiner

Petzl

$16.95

The Attache is a lightweight, compact, pear-shaped screw-lock carabiner that is designed for multiple uses related to belaying.

It is optimized for lightness and durability and sports a very compact shape which is ideal for belay stations. The H-shaped cross section offers an improved strength/weight ratio and its wider contact surfaces provide for better rope glide and reduced wear on the carabiner. The visual indicator facilitates checking that the carabiner is locked and the nose and Keylock system helps avoid the carabiner snagging during maneuvers, meaning its easy to use and provides for efficient handling.
  • Major axis strength 22 kN
  • Minor axis strength 7 kN
  • Open gate strength 6 kN
  • Gate opening 24 mm
Weight: 2oz / 56g

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The Attache is a lightweight, compact, pear-shaped screw-lock carabiner that is designed for multiple uses related to belaying.

It is optimized for lightness and durability and sports a very compact shape which is ideal for belay stations. The H-shaped cross section offers an improved strength/weight ratio and its wider contact surfaces provide for better rope glide and reduced wear on the carabiner. The visual indicator facilitates checking that the carabiner is locked and the nose and Keylock system helps avoid the carabiner snagging during maneuvers, meaning its easy to use and provides for efficient handling.

  • Major axis strength 22 kN
  • Minor axis strength 7 kN
  • Open gate strength 6 kN
  • Gate opening 24 mm

Weight: 2oz / 56g

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