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Ange L Lite Wire Gate Carabiner

Just looking at the gate, you can tell that the engineers over at Petzl did everything they could to make the Ange L Lite Wire Gate Carabiner as light as possible, but you can't tell how this carabiner works for virtually any style of climbing. Sure it's ideal to have a rack full of these tiny, superlight beauties on alpine approaches for long multi-pitches to faraway summits, but it's also delightful to clip these bad boys on light-and-fast redpoint attempts and single pitch sport projects. The MonoFil Keylock not only reduces weight and eliminates snagging, but also assures a smooth clipping experience as well as a longer lasting lifetime compared to standard wire gate carabiners. There's a subtle, deflected indent on the bottom to help prevent slings and dogbones from sliding up the carabiner, and an H-profile reduces weight without hindering the carabiner's overall strength.

  • Superlight carabiner for virtually any style of climbing
  • MonoFil Keylock gate ensures smooth opening and a long lifetime
  • Deflected indent on bottom keeps slings and dogbones aligned
  • H-profile reduces weight without strength
  • Item #PTZ0296

Material
aluminum
Gate Type
MonoFil
Features
keylock nose, H-profile
Major Axis Strength
22 kN
Minor Axis Strength
7 kN
Open Gate Strength
10 kN
Gate Opening
26 mm
Claimed Weight
1.19 oz
Recommended Use
climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

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>Rating: 4

Nice light biner

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have a few that I use for sport climbing anchors. They are liiiight! Easy to use, good gate clearance and nice color (I got them in blue). Probably the best option for pro climbers who like shaving weight everywhere. Why not 5 stars? They are expensive, but Petzl always is, right?

>Rating: 5

Nice light 'biner with great clipping

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought 5 of each color for racking as alpine draws. They are super easy to clip after you practice a few times ON THE GROUND. Like any new technology, it takes some practice to get right, but then they are super. They replaced a bunch of older BD Neutrinos, that are heavier and have the notch to snag on things.

>Rating: 5

How to use the ANGE

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

How to manipulate an ANGE carabiner with gloves, with a single or a double rope... More info on : petzl.com

>Rating: 5

Great gift

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

These are great for climbing draws and whatnot. But i got this for my brother as a key chain because his old carabiner was walmart brand. And these are high quality and look good

>Rating: 4

Tiny Biners

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These biners are pretty darn small, and they work great for racking cams. Id prefer a bigger biner for racking nuts and making draws, but to each their own. That being said, the keylock design and little black plastic piece on the gate make operating the biner quite easy for it being so small. Not the most versatile biner, but darn solid!

>Rating: 4

They work

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought a couple of these to put my stoppers on, mainly because there is nothing to snag the stopper when I pull it from the carabiner. They are expensive and could only justify them for my snag-free items.

>Rating: 5

nice carabiners

I got a gray Ange for a gray cam of mine, and just used it for the first time a couple of weekends ago.

>Rating: 5

Light, Fast, Effortless

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Bought a bunch of these for my alpine draws and slings and I LOVE them. They are rated stronger than any other biner on the market, plus they have a larger gate-opening degree so you can fit twin ropes/ half ropes and thick haul-line ropes with ease. Your gear/ life is worth the extra money for these.

>Rating: 5

best full size wiregate available

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The problem with most wiregate biners is that the nose snags due to the notch cut for the wire. The Petzl Ange and a few DMM biners are the only models I know of that are both wiregate and snag-free. The DMM models use a conventional wire loop but the Ange uses a thick single wire with a ball on the end to lock into the nose. The Ange has a wide gate opening, smooth clip, wide rope surfaces, plenty of room for doubled alpine draws, and light weight. Hot forged in France so you know they're high-quality. The dogbones that come with the quickdraws are nice too. Only downside on these is that Ange L only come in blue and gray, and Ange S in orange and grey, so not useful for color racking your cams like the DMM models. The Ange L works great for alpine draws with wide dyneema slings; I have eight.

>Rating: 4

light weight biner

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

great light weight biner for any rack, although costly and I have had a friend or two complain about the smaller opening. I have had no issues yet though.

>Rating: 5

Love These

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I love the Ange because of the hole in the gate/nose. My friends and I use them for caving and the hole lets the mud and dirt push through instead of get caught up in the biner and prevent the gate from closing (which is the opposite of what you want when you have your cowstails clipped to a traverse line rigged along a ledge 40' above a pile of breakdown). They're easy to clip to whatever you need them to, despite their small size. I recommend these carabiners to everyone I know.

>Rating:

Ueli Steck - Les Drus / North Couloir

>Rating: 5

Best Carabiner on the Market

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Alright so if you are just sport climbing, this carabiner is probably overkill. That being said, these carabiners, although on the more expensive side, are worth every penny. As they say, you get what you pay for. The construction is incredible, with the straight keylock nose, you won't have trouble hooking or unhooking these carabiners, but the hole allows dirt, snow, and grime to be cleared away easily. They come in at 28 grams (21 grams lighter than the Petzl Spirit) so they feel light as a feather even when you are fully racked up with draws made with these bad boys. The MonoFil Keylock wiregate system makes clipping incredibly easy with a basic design that has the weight of a wiregate, without the chance of cords or hanging pieces getting caught in the gate itself. Here are a few more technical details on the carabiner: Gate type: Wire Gate open clearance: 23 millimeters Strength major axis closed: 20 kilonewtons Strength major axis open: 9 kilonewtons Strength minor axis: 7 kilonewtons Weight: 28 grams

>Rating: 5

Standard non locking carabiner

They get the job done

>Rating: 5

My favorite carabiner

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

To me this is the perfect non-locking carabiner. Easy to open, easy to clip, and super light. $4 or $5 more expensive than BD neutrinos (my go to wire gate) but worth that extra expense if you can afford it. I can't yet, but I love the two that I own and use them for everything. Petzl is quickly becoming my favorite climbing brand - the quality shows in their products.

>Rating:

v.axess

>Rating:

PETZL - Commitment to Quality

>Rating: 5

Excellent

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The action is very clean super light and I still trust it when it's below my feet

>Rating: 4

Petzl Ange L, a good, strong carabiner

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These Petzl Carabiners are really sick! I was put off by the single wire gate design, but they are very safe and a bomber carabiner! My buddy is the owner, but we have used them on multiple big walls and routes. They are great as a loose biner for aid climbing, used on runners, and as a quickdraw. The nose is narrow, which makes cleaning while weighting a hanger a much easier task! The Ange S Ultra-Lite Wire design cut 6 grams off the Ange L Lite Wire, making it one pure ounce. The design of the Angle S has lost up to 2kN in strength and 3mm of gate opening compared to the Angle L. Here are some more detailed specs taken from Petzl's website. Specifications Material(s) : aluminum Capacity: 21 mm Certification(s) : CE EN 12275 type B, UIAA Made in: FR Guarantee: 3 years Color(s): Blue Reference(s): M59 B Weight: 34 g Major axis strength: 22 kN Open gate strength: 10 kN Minor axis strength: 7 kN Gate opening: 26 mm Color(s): Dark Gray Reference(s): M59 G Weight: 34 g Major axis strength: 22 kN Open gate strength: 10 kN Minor axis strength: 7 kN Gate opening: 26 mm

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>Rating: 2

I guess I'll be the first hater...

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

I'm glad I only got one of these carabiners because I really don't like it. The gate is super small; I struggled to clip my 9.8mm through it. The gate is unique, and although I'm sure it's secure, it feels super wobbly. It isn't even the lightest carabiner out there.