These have risen to the top of my list for light, but still functional carabiners. I use these for longer draws when sport climbing, and with extendable slings for multi-pitch routes, sport or trad. At 30 grams, not super light, but still large enough to handle easily for my size medium-large (male) hands. Very smooth handling and low-snag for a regular notch wiregate carabiner. Extra material on nose lessens the chance of gate getting rubbed open. The three little ribs add a touch of additional grip. The terminal ends of the wiregate are flush, preventing sling snag that I've experienced with other wiregatge carabiners (e.g., CAMP Nano, BD Hoodwire). These are clearly designed for narrow Dyneema slings/dogbones, so not really suited for most nylon types on the small end. Weight on my scale is 30.2 grams. Rope-bearing width is 8.2mm. Due to smaller size and less aluminum, best for use where the rope isn't running under tension if you want to lengthen product lifespan - I generally don't use these for the first protection point, or for setting up top ropes. WIld Country Astro is very similar, and a good choice too. Considering cost, I think these are the best value for my intended use.