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The UIAA Certificate No. of this carabiner is CHN 20-5675 , brand name: Freskaro, product number: FK-1272TN. Please feel free to contact customer service for return or refund if you have any question about the item. We are appreciated for your question and suggestions. Best wishes to you.
FresKaro.
Seller · March 31, 2020
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This carabiner could hold 4850lbs during static situation, and we didn't try it during movements situation. Please contact seller if you need a sample to try.
FresKaro.
Seller · February 20, 2019
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foreverPINK
· June 13, 2019
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NO, NO, NO These are not ANSI rated or OSHA approved for any fall protection or confined space use and using them would be a danger to the worker and against the federal workers protection law. Only ANSI Z359.12 approved biners can be used. NFPA uses a similar rating but meets a different level for the heat.
Chester
· April 3, 2020
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The box says CHINA. Looking at the included documentation, I believe they are indeed made in china.
Jeff
· July 9, 2020
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3/8 inch
Ricky Gan
· February 1, 2019
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The item is printed with UIAA in warehouse, the images of this listing are old images, and we will change them. Thank you very much for your suggestions.
FresKaro.
Seller · May 2, 2020
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I've been using them to climb for awhile now but I am going to up grade to triple locking biners. I don't like these just for the fact that they only twist to open, not slide up, twist, then open.
Xxzackxx
· January 15, 2019
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I would definitely say they are worth it. They are sturdy and they work great! I have had no issues with them. I will deffinetly be buying more of them.
john dowd
· April 24, 2019