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By Locker
From Yucca Valley, CA
Dec 24, 2012
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I bought a bunch of these the other day and have been using them on the rope end of my draws. So far they've been proving to be GREAT biners.


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By "H"
From Manitou Springs
Dec 24, 2012
Axes glistening in the sun

They look cool, but it looks like the edges are a little to sharp and not rounded enough?


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By Morgan Patterson
Administrator
Dec 24, 2012
Stoked...

i'll take a free sample of those puppies...


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By Benjamin Chapman
From Small Town, USA
Dec 24, 2012
old 1/4" bolt.

Oh, goody, titanium rope shredders. I'd like to know where I can get a dozen pairs of those for my alpine rack.


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By Ben Beckerich
From saint helens, oregon
Dec 24, 2012
About half way up the East Arete on Illumination Rock

I guess you have to be paying really close attention to get all the subtle, masterfully ironic jokes on this board


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By Peter Stokes
From Them Thar Hills
Dec 24, 2012
Wall Street, Moab, UT

Sweet! Those would work really well with my new draws...


Putzl Spurt draw
Putzl Spurt draw


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By Steve Williams
From Denver, CO
Dec 24, 2012

Knew birthday beeners, eh, beano????


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By Jeremy Riesberg
From Minneapolis, MN
Dec 24, 2012
Palisaid, SD.

Those look like prefect racking biners. I'll take 24. Thanks.


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By Robert Cort
Dec 24, 2012

I like the way the nose doesn't capture the gate, making the closed gate strength the same as the open gate strength.


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By TWK
Dec 24, 2012

Were they in the toy dept or housewares at WalMart?


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By Mikie
Dec 24, 2012

I'm on a low budget. I ordered a bunch of biners from here: www.carabinerkeychains.com/blank-carabiner-keychains.htm

16 for racking and 24 more, 12 of which have the nylon strap, for my quickdraws. Probably saved a couple hundred bucks!

I recommend checking them out. Havent climbed on them yet... we'll see how it goes


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By Linnaeus
From New England/ Baltimore
Dec 24, 2012

The smaller ones would be great for ski leashes. I had to buy the Dynafit Guide leashes because I couldn't find another suitable microbiner to use for my leashes.


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By 20 kN
From Hawaii
Dec 25, 2012

Mikie wrote:
I'm on a low budget. I ordered a bunch of biners from here: www.carabinerkeychains.com/blank-carabiner-keychains.htm 16 for racking and 24 more, 12 of which have the nylon strap, for my quickdraws. Probably saved a couple hundred bucks! I recommend checking them out. Havent climbed on them yet... we'll see how it goes

It will probably go well. With all the weight you saved, 5.13 should be warm up.


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By PRRose
From Boulder
Dec 25, 2012

Nice to see SMC back in the game with innovative plastic carabiners:

www.carabinerkeychains.com/plastic-carabiners.htm


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By Matt.Zia
From Colorado Springs, CO
Dec 25, 2012

Mikie wrote:
I'm on a low budget. I ordered a bunch of biners from here: www.carabinerkeychains.com/blank-carabiner-keychains.htm 16 for racking and 24 more, 12 of which have the nylon strap, for my quickdraws. Probably saved a couple hundred bucks! I recommend checking them out. Havent climbed on them yet... we'll see how it goes


Get a couple of those nifty camo biners to use on permadraws. Who can argue ethics of leaving draws up when you can't see them even when you're climbing a route!?


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By Mark E Dixon
From Sprezzatura, Someday
Dec 25, 2012
Sure, I can belay

matt zia wrote:
Get a couple of those nifty camo biners to use on permadraws. Who can argue ethics of leaving draws up when you can't see them even when you're climbing a route!?


What a great idea! Transparent bolts!


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By Bang
From Charlottesville, VA
Dec 25, 2012
Thanks Hank Caylor!

What load are they rated for (if that's even relevant for those babies)?


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