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Never before the Wild Country Oxygen/WildWire SportDraw had a quickdraw exhibited such versatility across 10 to 25 centimeters. On the bolt end, the trusty Oxygen straight gate 'biner offers a trusty and secure grip on your protection, while the WildWire carabiner easily allows you to clip your rope in. A nylon dogbone not only resists spinning and subsequent back-clipping, but is easy to grab as well. With a maximum weight of just four ounces, this SportDraw won't let (or drag) you down.

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Wire gate biner gets sticky

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Your typical run-of-the-mill quickdraw, nothing stands out. The wire-gate biner started getting stuck after several months of usage. I cleaned and oiled it, but still doesn't seem like it's back to normal. I ended up replacing the wire-gate biner with a regular bent-gate biner.

Good IF you get them cheap

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

I was looking for longer draws and these were on clearance in the outlet and I got them for 40% off.

The carabiners are good sized, the keylock design on the anchor side ensures no snagging.

However, the anodising on the aluminium feels like those faux-silver on plastic toys, which I do not like. I have similar priced quickdraws from Mad Rock and BD and they are much better constructed and comes with dyneema slings.

The dogbones on these also show they've really been in the warehouse for a while, which I'm not surprised.

I would be upset if I had gotten these at full retail price. But at 40% off, they're ok and does the job they are intended to.

Your new favorite quickdraw

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

Maybe you're like me - shopping around trying to find a beast quickdraw with a thick dogbone that you can yank on and won't twist on you. You want something durable but the thought of shelling out $24.00 for each Black Diamond Livewire doesn't excite you. Well, look no further my friends!

I honestly don't understand why no one is talking about this product. It's cheaper, stronger, and just as beast as a Black Diamond Livewire. I own both this and the Livewire and there really are very few differences. The straight gate (Dynatron) carabiner is basically the same size. "Hand feel" is basically the same. The major difference I've noticed is the ribbed sides of the gate on the Livewire (see picture). It's nice, but not a game changer. The wire gate carabiner of the Livewire is shaped a little bit differently at the bottom where the rope sits (see picture). I haven't noticed any advantages to that over the the Wildwire carabiner.

I mentioned the strength of these carabiners before. The specs listed here on this page are wrong (see my picture). They are actually 26 kN (major) and 8 kN (minor).

I really can't say enough about this product, look no further for your next quickdraw!

In the picture, it looks like the dogbone...

In the picture, it looks like the dogbone is thick, much like the Petzl Spirit Express or Black Diamond Livewire. Is that true?