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No
Christopher
· June 13, 2019
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These are totally for climbing don't listen to them. I prefer these over black diamond for quality and durability
David
· October 1, 2020
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The box says China
Danny Ullrich
· October 23, 2022
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This carabiner is made of 7075 aluminium alloy.
7075 Aluminium, with zinc as the primary alloying element. It has excellent mechanical properties, and exhibits good ductility, high strength, toughness and good resistance to fatigue.
It is one of the most commonly used aluminium alloy for highly stressed structural … see more
This carabiner is made of 7075 aluminium alloy.
7075 Aluminium, with zinc as the primary alloying element. It has excellent mechanical properties, and exhibits good ductility, high strength, toughness and good resistance to fatigue.
It is one of the most commonly used aluminium alloy for highly stressed structural applications, and has been extensively utilized in aircraft structural parts. see less
This carabiner is made of 7075 aluminium alloy.
7075 Aluminium, with zinc as the primary alloying element. It has excellent mechanical properties, and exhibits good ductility, high strength, toughness and good resistance to fatigue.
It is one of the most commonly used aluminium alloy for highly stressed structural applications, and has been extensively utilized in aircraft structural parts.

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Seller · January 13, 2020
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UIAA certified only as far as I can tell. UIAA also lists the brand on their website as compliant.
Danny Ullrich
· October 23, 2022
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I haven’t noticed any rusting, likely due to the coating. However, I don’t use them around water, much. These are twisting/locking carabiners. That was a surprise to me - it takes some getting used to.
Slate
· September 5, 2019
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Nerd alert!
Christopher
· June 13, 2019
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These carabiners do not meet ANSI Z 133 requirements for tree care. The carabiners meet the tensile requirement, however they are not triple action/double auto locking. They are only double action with a single lock. These should not be used for life support in tree care.
Brandon N.
· January 28, 2022
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Not sure.
Larry G.
· June 19, 2020
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That means it was tested and passed the CE in 2013
Eric DeWolf…
· May 12, 2018