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Better than bulky biners in high places.

The Nano 22 Carabiner is Camp USA's lightest biner for the utmost convenience when you're climbing in the alpine. With an all-new innovative design, Camp USA made the Nano 22 lighter and stronger this sending season. The inner working space holds the rope in its proper position, and it accommodates clove hitches and slides through the smallest anchor chains. The Nano 22 comes in a variety of colors for cam-pairing.

  • Strength-increasing weight-reducing design
  • Rope-cradling deep basket
  • Clove hitch-friendly inner

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How do these compare to the Camp Nano 23, in both size and gate stiffness?

I like my Nano 23s for racking, but I've been disappointed by my Camp Photons- the gates are a little too light, and sometimes stick open. This looks kinda like a small version of the Photon, so I'm concerned it may have the same issues.

The gate tension in this biner is as softer than photon? or like neutrino gate tension?

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I find it pretty similar to the neutrino stiffness. It has a pretty consistent feel through the whole range of motion, unlike some draws that get noticeably stiffer towards full-open.

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Camp USA made in China

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

It does the job and is light but I was a little disappointed when I found Camp USA is made in China. Kind of a false advertisement IMO.

Nano 22 and Neutrino

Nano 22 and Neutrino

BD Neutrino on the left racking a Mastercam 1 and the Nano 22 racking a BD C4 size 3. As you can see, the color is a good enough match. Also you can see how small the Nano 22 is. What you can't see is the fact that the Nano 22 is not actually touching my desk, but floating on a thin cloud of air above it.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

For a while I racked my cams on BD neutrinos because... I had BD cams and that just seemed right. I bought one of these to try it out after realizing the neutrinos might be overkill and I couldn't be happier. Neutrinos are pretty light and small biners but the Nano 22s make them feel bulky and awkward. The gate is a little small but I don't intend to use these for clipping ropes into all that often, and when you do it really isn't noticably difficult. It is slightly weaker than the neutrinos but again, 21kN vs. 23kN doesn't really concern me. The color matches really closely with the BD color scheme. It's not perfect but it's close enough. I haven't tried out other ultra-light biners much to make a fair comparison, I know the neutrinos isn't the direct comparison, but for what these are, I couldn't be happier. I'll be buying a whole bunch more.