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Edelrid Bulletproof Carabiner

Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Gear' started by hank moon, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. hank moon

    hank moon lovely ligatures

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  2. Rapterman

    Rapterman

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    This is great!
    (i will be buying one)
    ...as long as it fits on a CRITR2.....
    :D
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  3. CRNPRES

    CRNPRES

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    I second, it must fit a critr.
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  4. Bootboy

    Bootboy Atwood Gear

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    It looks nice but steel does wear, and when that insert wears through it will have a razor edge just waiting to shred a rope as the aluminum that becomes exposed wears away.

    I wonder how thick that insert is anyway...


    I’ll take the weight penalty of my full steel biner and not worry about sharp edges. And still get more use out of it.
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  5. Preston Gable

    Preston Gable

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    I agree the weight of my steel main doesn't concern me one bit, and after quite a few canyons it has almost no wear but is nicely polished
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  6. Kuenn

    Kuenn

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    The Edelrid inlay idea (leveraging the advantages of both materials) is impressive, however I agree with @Bootboy that steel wears too. I've seen stainless steel wear through to the point it could shave the fuzz off a peach.

    Foreground bar is almost to the wear through point, background is only slightly used/polished.

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