Black Diamond

PearLock Screwgate Carabiner - Grey

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With an updated modern design blended seamlessly with a hot-forged utilitarian shape, the PearLock features a large rope-bearing surface, making it ultra-smooth for belaying, using a munter hitch, or as the brake carabiner with an ATC Guide. The classic screwlock sleeve rounds the PearLock out (pun intended) to make this carabiner an ultra-versatile workhorse.

The Black Diamond PearLock Screwgate Carabiner epitomises the fusion of modern design with a utilitarian edge. Crafted for the climbing enthusiast, its hot-forged construction and large rope-bearing surface ensure smooth belaying and durability. The PearLock's screwgate sleeve, designed to lock on the biner's gate to prevent binding under load, along with its versatility as a Type H or HMS connector, makes it a quintessential gear piece for dynamic belaying. Whether used with a Munter Hitch or belay device, the PearLock stands as an indispensable tool for climbers.


  • Large rope-bearing surface enhances smoothness and durability
  • Hot-Forged construction for a lightweight yet robust design
  • Screwgate sleeve locks securely and prevents binding when loaded
  • Versatile Type H or HMS connector suitable for dynamic belaying
  • Two-year warranty, underlining Black Diamond's commitment to quality

Closed Gate Strength23 kN (5,170 lbf)
Gate Opening22.15 mm (0.87 in)
Minor Axis Strength8 kN (1,780 lbf)
Open Gate Strength8 kN (1,780 lbf)
Weight76 g (2.68 oz)

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Black Diamond

Black Diamond was born from Chouinard Equipment and was a natural continuation of the passion and ethos that Yvon Chouinard and his friends started in 1965. Peter Metcalf and the employees of Chouinard Equipment took over in 1989, changed the name to Black Diamond and moved to Salt Lake City, to be at the base of the Wasatch mountains.

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