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Black Diamond Neutrino Carabiner

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    Ultralight, resistant to freezing, and easy to clip—get it all with the Black Diamond Neutrino Carabiner.

    The Black Diamond Neutrino Carabiner brings you full-strength, easy-to-clip performance at an incredibly light weight of 1.3oz. Unlike other ultralight carabiners, the Neutrino has a large gate opening, so it won't feel like you're trying to clip into a keychain when you're totally gripped and Elvis leg is rocking your blue-suede climbing shoes. Because of its freeze-proof wire gate and ultralight design, the Black Diamond Neutrino hangs from trad, ice, and alpine racks the world over.
    • Item #BLD0851

    Tech Specs

    Major Axis Strength
    24 kN
    Minor Axis Strength
    7 kN
    Open Gate Strength
    8 kN
    Claimed Weight
    1.3 oz
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Best racking carabiner around

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use neutrinos to rack all of my black diamond cams. They are small and light which is great when carrying a bunch of gear on your harness. These carabiners are also color coded to match all of black diamonds cams which makes choosing the right cam a lot easier when you're getting pumped on the wall.

    Use these for my Alpine Draws

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are smaller than the Hotwires, which I use for the rope end of my Alpine draws since they are bigger and easier to clip into. The Neutrino's smaller size can make it harder to clip into sometimes, but over all they do exactly what they are supposed to, and feel strong an durable as well. The wire gate is great - perfect amount of spring.

    Neutrinos Are the New Biners

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Simple, light, and strong. What more can you ask for? These bad boys shed down a ton of weight on a trad rack. I like to pick up the multi-colored rack pack to organize my Camalots and these individual Neutrinos go a long way when paired with a sling for alpine draws. I even like to keep an extra Neutrino on my harness just to crack open beers on a climb.

    They are small, so they are a bit fumbly to clip when wearing gloves. But since they are so friggin' light, a full sized biner can't really compare. Also, the fact that they're $5 each makes them even more awesome.

    Great 'biner for most uses

      This carabiner is great for racking gear and even clipping ropes. I probably wouldn't build alpine draws with them but I like the assortment of colors they come in so that I can be that annoying guy who matches his biners to his cams.

      There's Better Options

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Have been using an array of biners over the years and this happens to be my least favorite out of the CAMP Photons, BD Hoodwires, and Trango Phase. The nose is sharper than most and seems to get hung up on bolts, ice screws, and everything else. Shop around and find something better.

      Good but hard to clip

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have a set of these. They work and are definitely solid, i just find that everything snags on them. I switched my rack over to cypher ceres II and find my clipping is a lot easier and the shape is much more conducive to quick clips. Just my .02 though.

      'tis a good 'biner

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've used Neutrino's since I started climbing. Great on quickdraws and also just to attached odds and ends to your harness. I don't have much experience with other wiregates because I like this one so much. I have one attached to my nalgene at all times (hydrate or die!) as well as a bunch that go with me on any climb. From rock to ice to steep snow, this is my go to.

      Useful

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've found a good use for these in many different aspects of life. From hanging hammocks to actually climbing, these carabiners never miss a step.

      great for the price

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      these biners are good, super simple. Not the lightest or easiest to clip but still better than many other carabiners i have dealt with. The colors complement BD C4 cams perfectly which is a plus.

      So I just bought a ton of these to rack...

      So I just bought a ton of these to rack my c4s and use as trad draws. Theres a descent price diff between these and the hotwires, whats the reason? should I have gone w hotwires for my draws?

      The reason Hotwires are more expensive is that they are hot forged and therefore more labor intensive to make. The end result is a carabiner with an I-Beam shape, and a larger size and gate opening, yet the same weight. If you have the money, the following draws would all be upgrades: (Gear/Rope) Hoodwire/Hotwire, Nitron/Hotwire, Oz/Hotwire.

      That said, Neutrinos are great carabiners in general, and for racking, I think you made the right call. The color coding is convenient, and I actually prefer a smaller carabiner for racking, if only for the way they sit compactly on my gear loops. They're still pretty light, and very functional.