Stainless Steel #4 Carabiner

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About Stainless Steel #4 Carabiner

Carabiner: an oblong metal ring with a spring clip or locking devise; used in mountaineering to attach a rope to a piton or to connect two ropes. Strong and dependable for climbing it will also work well for diving. Gauges, computers, game bags, dive lights, cameras, slates, you name it a diver wants to secure it to their BCD or Weight Belt. This need is fulfilled by the use of Clips and Webbing. This #4 Stainless Steel Carabiner can meet that need made of Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel has a Locking Gate for Positive Retention. These Carabiner Easily-Attach to a BCD D-Ring or will Slips-Over Harness Webbing. Carabiner makes a great Save-a-Dive Kit Item.

Stainless Steel #4 Carabiner Features

  • Corrosion Resistant Construction
  • Durable Stainless Steel
  • Attach to BCD D-Ring/ Strap or Belt Webbing
  • Great for Attaching Accessories-Lights-Gauges-Cameras-Game Bags
  • Locking Gate for Positive Retention
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item

Stainless Steel #4 Carabiner Specifications

Materials
Stainless Steel
Dimensions
#4
Attachment
Bcd D-Ring/ Strap Or Belt Webbing
Weight [with packaging]
0.3 lb
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Shopper  I would like to semi-permanently attach this to my D-ring on the narrow end so can hang camera etc. on the large "carabiner" end. Does the little bar on the small end "unlock" or swivel out to allow you to attach it to the D-ring (or is it just for threading webbing through it)?
BYUNGSIK GABEL C  I think this product is good to use. But it wsa bigger than I thought. There was no the size information on the features or specification. Of cource you expreses the size as #4 but the buyer dosen't the exact meaning of #4. Anyway the locking gate has good strength not to lose the attached things.
ROBERT V  Thinking of using this as a hook up to anchor line for deco stops. Can anyone tell me if it works well? Just thinking this may be a better solution than the jon line clips which sometimes come off the line during heavy seas.
JOHN H  I have used it in Palau for a reef hook in very strong current, I leave it on my BCD to hang my camera on or my Reef Rod. Never had any issues. Should work for your needs as well.
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