NRS Sliq Screw Lock Carabiner


Color: Bright/Blue
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Description

The NRS Sliq Screw Lock Carabiner provides tactile security and reliability with a traditional screw-lock gate in a small profile, perfect to stash in the PFD or pin kit!
  • The Sliq family of keylock carabiners are multi-purpose workhorses that strike the ultimate balance of strength and durability in a lightweight package.
  • Hot-forged aluminum alloy construction for reliable safety without the heft.
  • Large gate opening for easily clipping in or attaching to gear.
  • Easy-to-hold asymmetrical D shape functions like a classic D-shape without the weight.
  • Screw-lock gates require users to manually screw the sleeve onto the gate to lock it.
  • Anodized finish provides years of lasting performance.
  • Carries the CE EN12275 certification.
Specifications:
1 kN = 225 lbs of force
Strength Closed: 25kN

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