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CAMP USA HMS Belay Lock Carabiner

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HMS Belay Lock Carabiner

One of the flagship products of CAMP USA's gear array, the HMS Belay Lock Carabiner features a patented design that locks the carabiner in place on your belay loop to help prevent dangerous cross-loading. This inner-gate design boasts an intuitive design that extends to either side of the 'biner spine for full security. With both gates utilizing the same spring, the HMS Belay Lock saves weight and attaches with ease.
  • Locking carabiner optimized for belay devices
  • Standard screw lock with a smooth keylock nose for easy unclipping
  • Belay loop prevents dangerous cross-loading
  • Item #CMP0224

Gate Type
screw lock
Minor Axis Strength
10 kN
Open Gate Strength
7 kN
Gate Opening
23 mm
104 x 74 mm
Claimed Weight
2.7 oz
Recommended Use
belay, rappel, rigging
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Little Funky

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>Rating: 5

Big Fan

I've put it through the wringer

I was really skeptical about getting carabiners like this that prevent cross-loading mainly because of how hard it is to take it off the harness when you are done. The great thing about this one is that the black clip opens out, making it really easy put on and take off. To add, it is also a tough and solid carabiner!

>Rating: 5

Little funky, but safe

I like the idea of locking in your belay device - it's a safe and simple extra few seconds that makes climbing that much safer. It's not too heavy and works awfully well. I wouldn't say everyone needs one, but the sport would undoubtedly be a bit safer if everyone did.

>Rating: 5

Works great

I've put it through the wringer

Used this for years now and no issues. No chance of cross loading and stable when belaying.

>Rating: 2

It's a Biner it will do.

I am not a fan of the plastic piece. The contoured contact with the rope is also not necessary. If you want to save weight contour the edge that opposes the gate and leave the wear-point as cylindrical stock.

I don't believe the contoured areas on the ends of the biner are for weight savings. They are shaped purely to provide a wider rope-bearing surface to slow wear.