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Tried and true design with a slimmer look.

The Omega Pacific Lite D Straightgate Carabiner complements the core of your rack with its light weight construction and classic Omega Pacific reliability. Gram-counting climbers will rejoice in the new-and-improved Lite D, fresh off its weight-watching program and a whopping fourteen grams lighter. Don’t worry; Omega Pacific didn’t skimp on safety. This carabiner still boasts major and minor axis strength ratings of 24kN and 9kN respectively so you can load it up for your next vertical endeavor.

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5 5

Super Strong

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Looks great. Clasp is fast and strong and I hope it works well for years to come. I use it as a key ring, and grocery bag handle. Super versatile for everyday use

Super Strong
5 5

Outstanding'biner

I purchased 3 of these in the 'Bright' finish about 5 months ago and I always make sure one rides around on my GoRuck GR1 so I can easily clip keys, gloves, rock climbing shoes, Nalgene, whatever to my bag. Basically, you're only limited by your imagination in that regard. I've used the other ones climbing and they are both durable and easy to manipulate one-handed. An additional plus is that they are Made in the USA.

Basically, I won't buy any carabiner but an Omega Pacific carabiner.

5 5

Strong

Used these to hang in my hammock. Worked great! I've owned some cheaper carabiners in the past, this feels nothing like them.

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i thought this was the cheapest carabiner... what is cheaper?

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Price wise on Backcountry, yes. Quality wise, definitely not, these are pretty unbreakable (granted, I only weight about 150lbs).

You probably won't find cheaper carabiners on BC, but you can definitely find cheaper 'biners at outdoor retailers.

4 5

Ok

I bought this to easily strap on weight to my photography light stands. This is the least expensive clip I could find so it works great for that purpose. I'd probably buy something more expensive if I was climbing with it.

5 5

Bear hangs?

I bought this for my bear hang setup and just like Brad, I didn't even notice that it was rated for climbing. While it's pretty overkill for my bear hang, I'm happy that such a cheap little accessory now has so many uses.

5 5

Great for the hammock

Realizing this is rated for climbing, with a major axis strength of (5395lbf) - i went ahead and snagged it to use with the slap straps on my ENO hammock. Works great, love them, easy to use. Plan on using the 'biners for climbing as well, but have not as of yet. More of a BD guy for climbing.