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    Brings new depth to the term color coordinated.

    Black Diamond specially anodized a set of 6 Neutrino 'biners to simplify and lighten your rack. The Neutrino Rackpack features 6 Neutrino carabiners anodized in each Camalot color: gray, purple, green, red, yellow and blue. Now you can put all your #1 Cams on the red 'biner, all your #2's on the yellow, and so on and so forth. Woohoo!!
    • Item #BLD0806

    Tech Specs

    Shape
    offset-D
    Locking
    no
    Major Axis Strength
    24 kN
    Minor Axis Strength
    7 kN
    Open Gate Strength
    8 kN
    Claimed Weight
    36 g, 216 g
    Recommended Use
    all-around climbing and racking your Cams
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 1-year warranty

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    Good Carabiner

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Use these mainly as carbainers for the slings of my cams. Other than that they are light weight, strong and have held up well. And can you believe it they match the colors on your black diamond cams so perfectly? so pretty...

    Great for completing a rack

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use this most commonly with my trad gear. Great gear for the price. If you are climbing longer multi pitch routes or finding you have to backpack in to a route and want to save on weight try the hood wire backpack.

    Good deal.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    They're cheap, nice versatile size, and not too heavy. Definitely hit a sweet spot for functionality vs. price.

    Love 'em

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The 'biners are just the right size for many applications. Using them for an alpine draw using nylon slings, thinner dynema and for tying your rope w/ a clove hitch, they work. The clove-hitch rope is a stretch but they are useable in a pinch. On draws they are easy to clip. A+ for the gate action and the gate registration when they snap shut.



    Now as far as the color matching, yep they do vary. But really, do you care that much ?? Purple is still purple even if it's slightly darker/lighter !!



    Big plus is that they are cheap. You can use them as bail 'biners if you have to and leave them as a gift to someone else's bounty!!



    Basically these are my go-to 'biners

    Biner Size Comparrison

    From Top Left to Bottom Right:



    Mammut Wall Micro Locking - MAM004G

    Mad Rock Ultralight Wire Gate - MRC0074

    Trango Phase Carabiner - TRG0063

    CAMP USA Photon Wire Straight Gate - CMP3296

    Black Diamond Neutrino - BLD0851

    Black Diamond Mini Pearabiner Screwgate - BLD0729

    Omega Pacific Five-O Screw Lock - OGP0029

    Petzl Am'D Locking - PTZ0129

    Trango React Screwlock - TRG000K



    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    Biner Size Comparrison

    Simple but Effective / Sturdy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    When I started building my rack, the natural cost effective go-to was the Neutrino Rackpack.



    Gate Size:

    The gate size on these are middle of the road. Not super huge but not super small. They work perfectly fine for me. My draws are all the Trango Phase draws that have small wire gates (some climbing partners complain about them) the Neutrino's have bigger gates than my Phase biners and I think the Neutrino gates are perfectly fine. 4 out of 5 stars for this.



    Biner Size:

    Like the gate, these aren't huge biners but they aren't super small either. For trad they're great and get the job done. I give a 4 out of 5 stars for the size.



    Color Coding:

    This is the biggest strength for these is the anodization color matching with the Camalots.



    But here is where is where I'll be nit-picky. Especially since BDE manufactures stuff that costs a lot. The single Neutrino's I bought do not match identically (color-wise) to the Neutrino Rackpack that I purchased. It looks to me like they were either anodized in different manufacturing facilities or there was an inconsistency in the product made at one facility. This doesn't make me mad since they'll get all scratched up and used. But it is something that makes me curious since BDE they constantly mention their quality standards. I'd give them 3 out of 5 stars on this just because it should be the same.



    Weight:

    These are not super light like some of the Trango Phase biners or other biners out there but they definitely are not super heavy. I've given them 3.5 out of 5 starts for the weight.



    Over all these are great and the perfect economical option (as economical as trad equipment can be!) for someone just building their rack.



    Jared D.

    Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055

    How long are these? I can see 9 on the...

    How long are these? I can see 9 on the tape but I doubt that's in inches.

    Thank you

    Does anyone have an issue while clipping...

    Does anyone have an issue while clipping the rope? They seem small. What about with double ropes?

    So... are this biners qualified for trad...

    So... are this biners qualified for trad climbing? Or should i bought the rack just to organize my cams?

    So... are this biners qualified for trad...

    So... are this biners qualified for trad climbing? Or should i bought the rack just to organize my cams?

    Jonathan,

    Explain "qualified." Yes, these will work for racking gear, attaching to pro, and for saving your life. They're super convenient and lighter than most biners, which is wonderful. I myself have about ten of them for cams and a few favorite stoppers.

    Happy trails!

    I would add that these biners are smaller than average (one reason they are so light) which makes them slightly more difficult in some situations. Those situations might be: tripling up a double length sling, clipping bolts, clipping your rope or any situation where you have more than one piece of webbing/rope going through the biner. They are really light and the color coding is really useful (though unnecessary). I use them for my racking my cams but not for slings/runners.

    I know the description says that there is...

    I know the description says that there is a green biner, but the photo looks like it has two grey. Can anyone confirm the green one?