Black Diamond

RockLock TwistLock Carabiner - Grey

Sale price€19.99
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The Black Diamond RockLock TwistLock Carabiner stands as the pinnacle of safety and reliability for climbers. Designed for superior ease of use during belaying and rappelling, it combines Black Diamond's innovative HotForged Construction with a one-hand operable autolocking twistlock mechanism. Its robust structure, enhanced by a keylock nose, ensures compatibility with the Munter hitch, making it an indispensable tool for climbers seeking efficiency and durability in their gear.

Features:

  • One-Hand Operable: Autolocking twistlock sleeve designed for easy, single-handed operation.
  • HotForged Construction: Optimises strength and durability while reducing weight, perfect for demanding climbs.
  • Large Rope-Bearing Surface: Increases durability and rope longevity.
  • Keylock Nose: Prevents snagging for smoother operation.
  • Munter Hitch Compatible: Ideal for versatile belaying techniques.
  • Lightweight Design: At just 89g, it's designed to support climbers without adding unnecessary weight.





Weight89 g (3.1 oz)
Closed Gate Strength24 kN (5395 lbf)
Gate Opening24 mm (0.95 in)
Minor Axis Strength8 kN (1798 lbf)
Open Gate Strength8 kN (1798 lbf)

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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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