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Phantom Wire Gate Quickdraw

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Phantom Wire Gate Quickdraw

With two wiregate carabiners and an ultralight Dyneema sling, the DMM Phantom Wire Gate Quickdraw takes on any rock or ice pitch you encounter. This 2-ounce quickdraw provides easy clipping from a sketchy stance, and its burly I-beam construction provides 23kN of strength if you blow it. Neither the Phantom Wire Gate Quickdraw's wire gates or the Dyneema sling will freeze in cold weather, which makes this a great choice for winter use.

Gate Type
23 kN
Claimed Weight
(12cm) 2 oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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5 out of 5 stars

March 14, 2021

Solid Draw!

I've used it several times

This is a really great lightweight draw! I hesitate to call it a trad draw OR a sport draw ? it occupies a similar niche as, say, the Mad Rock Concorde, or the BD MiniWire, two other very solid options. It's light enough for trad climbs where you don't need crazy extension, or where there might be bolts to clip in long runouts (Red Rocks, some parts of the ADK, etc). However, it's also build solid enough for hangdogging sport routes, and though it's on the lighter side for a true project draw, on a route you know well, a set of these will treat you nicely and keep your harness light. I think the main difference between these draws and something like the BD/MR equivalents is the fit and finish. DMM, though pricey, makes some gorgeous gear, and I feel confident racking these. Of course, the MiniWire would serve you just as well, but if you wanted a slightly nicer piece of gear, these are the ones to go for.

Adam B