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For a lighter belay.
Petzl's Attache Locking Carabiner is particularly useful to climbers when you're belaying with a Munter hitch. Its wide head accommodates Munters as well as clove hitches, while the narrow bottom stabilizes your belay device for better ergonomics. Petzl designed this compact carabiner with an H-shaped cross section to keep it light and strong. The screw lock gate features a red visual indicator that will alert belayers when the carabiner is unlocked.
- H-shaped cross section
- Screw lock
- Keylock nose
- Visual indicator
- Item #PTZ002Q
- Q & A
Best Locking Carabiner
Easy to screw and unscrew, lightweight and safer with the red marking. This carabiner will be a favorite and last a long time.
One of my favorite biners
I really love the feel of the screw gate on the Attache. The machined groves give you great purchase while locking or unlocking the gate.
Most Versatile Carabiner
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This carabiner is pretty much the only one I like to use. The shape is great for clipping in, belaying, rappelling, and anchor building. It's lightweight for it's size/utility, and the screwwgate is super smooth!
Give me a shout for all your climbing needs
My Favorite Locker Made Lighter!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I loved the original Attache locking carabiner, was my favorite mid-sized locker. I am a huge fan of the smooth action of both the gate and the locking sleeve, and the fool-proof red stripe indicator is a great reminder of whether or not your biner is locked. Well, Petzl just one-upped themselves by taking a great locker and making it even lighter! They used an H shape cross-section to remove unnecessary extra material while still keeping the same structural integrity. It is perfect for building anchors, and even has the heft necessary to be a good belay biner.