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The Xenon Lite 5 Pack stacks the odds in your favor.

With the Wild Country Xenon Lite Wire Anodized Carabiner 5 Pack, you'll be warming up on your buddy's project and hanging draws for everyone in the canyon. The Xenon Lite is the little brother to the full-sized Xenon wire gate biner, and inherits its strength and functionality in a smaller, lighter package. A hooded nose protects the Xenon Lite's smooth-clipping “Tech-wire” gate. Feel the weight difference when you replace five of your manky ovals with the Wild Country Xenon Lite Wire Anodized Carabiner 5 Pack.

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God i love these biners. i wouldn't rack my cams on anything else. they are incredibly lightweight and have a low profile that sits nicely in a loaded-down gear loop. my climbing buddy uses neutrinos and i have to say...after using and comparing both i wouldn't dare go for the neutrinos. the action on the XL's gate is exceptionally smoother, they are lighter, and they are cheaper to boot!

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The Wild Country web site lists these biners at 31g.

5 5

Can't beat 'em

When you look at price and weight, these beat BD Neutrinos (both in size and weight), and are quite a bit cheaper than Nano 23's. Really, what's 6 g per biner when you've saved $15 bucks comparably?

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Cheap lightweight biners

I was shopping around for some lightweight biners to use for my trad/alpine draws when I came across these. For 6 bucks a piece when buying the 5-pack, you get a 1-oz biner from Wild Country that oozes quality. The Xenon Lite is about the same size and weight as the BD Oz and Mammut Moses biners, but has a marginally larger gate opening due to the bent wiregate.