2 x Petzl Attache Screw-Lock Carabiner (Army Green)
This would have to be one of our most popular carabiners that we sell throughout Australia & NZ (& Internationally). The Petzl Attache carabiner is a manually locking carabiner particularly intended for attachment to the belay and belaying directly from the anchor point. The pear-shaped design and round cross-section of the Attache gives excellent ease of use for belaying with an Italian Munter hitch.
A compact carabiner, it is easily manipulated with one hand and its light weight makes it the ideal companion for mountaineering and rock-climbing as it only weighs 78 grams. **Also comes in a BLACK version**
- Unit Count: two (2) carabiners
- Colour: Army Green (very rare)
- Easy screw-gate action, the red colour under the screw-gate warns users the carabiner is open
- Great for use on Flying Fox or Backyard Zip Line applications (eg. for connecting the Heavy Duty Zip Line Tether to the climbing harness)
- Strength: 23 kN long axis, 6 kN open gate, 7 kN short axis
- Weight: 78 g. CE / UIAA certified.
- This product holds a 3-year manufacturer's warranty.
***For obvious reasons, all climbing gear sales are final***
Our SALE Price: $73.90* (includes two carabiners)
* Our price includes FREE standard shipping Australia wide
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Posted by Robert on 20th Sep 2014
I've grown quite fond of these Petzl Attache screwgate crabs. I recently purchased a few extras because I discovered that Petzl have introduced a new version and have stopped making this older version. The new version is evidently lighter and has a few other improvements. But I just happen to like the older version.
PROs: They're well made. They're fairly light. They have a keylock gate (so your slings don't get snagged at the gate). They're pear shaped. They're slightly larger and have a slightly larger opening than my older screwgates. I find them an ideal size for clipping into belays and anchors. I like the colours.
CONs: None I can think of.
Most times I use a larger carabiner for belaying and abseiling, but I've also used these on several occasions and they're OK.