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It's fine to use the carabiner in the sea, but it's not designed to be left submerged. Please rinse off the carabiner with plain water after exposure to sea water. And make sure inspect the carabiner before using it every time.
FresKaro.
Seller · May 19, 2021
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Hi,
Thanks for your question, the thickness of the carabiner at the widest point is 0.5" or 12.2mm.
As for the weight, 5632lbs is a static capacity which indeed sounds very high. But, consider the load when pulled is and can be significantly more than the weight limit of an object. … see more
Hi,
Thanks for your question, the thickness of the carabiner at the widest point is 0.5" or 12.2mm.
As for the weight, 5632lbs is a static capacity which indeed sounds very high. But, consider the load when pulled is and can be significantly more than the weight limit of an object.
This is why for purposes of climbing these devices are measured on kN value, as you fall down you generate a lot of force. As for now 25kn is our largest size, you may like to check the 12kn models their diameter is smaller at 8mm and tubular in shape which might be a better option for some. see less
Hi,
Thanks for your question, the thickness of the carabiner at the widest point is 0.5" or 12.2mm.
As for the weight, 5632lbs is a static capacity which indeed sounds very high. But, consider the load when pulled is and can be significantly more than the weight limit of an object.
This is why for purposes of climbing these devices are measured on kN value, as you fall down you generate a lot of force. As for now 25kn is our largest size, you may like to check the 12kn models their diameter is smaller at 8mm and tubular in shape which might be a better option for some.

FresKaro.
Seller · June 27, 2022
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That's typical in these days. American companies can't profit without out sourcing their products. They are quality products though.
Marshall
· May 27, 2022
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I use it in highly mineralized fresh water. It works fine. If you rinse it off everyday, it shouldn't be an issue
Daniel
· May 28, 2022
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Yes, it can support a hammock with 1 or 2 adults in it.
FresKaro.
Seller · March 10, 2020
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No, it's not magnetic.
FresKaro.
Seller · January 21, 2019
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It includes 3pcs carabiners for 24.99.
FresKaro.
Seller · February 25, 2019
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Not sure.
Larry G.
· June 19, 2020
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For lifting yes. Not for a lifeline. Buy the expensive climbing ones. Don’t cheap out on safety.
Alex M.
· November 23, 2019
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For sure
Christopher
· June 13, 2019