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Nite Ize S-Biner #2 Stainless Steel Double Clip Carabiner (Black)

Nite Ize S-Biner #2 Stainless Steel Double Clip Carabiner (Black) Knife Image Thumb
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Item #BHQ-6756
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Specifications

  • Brand:Nite Ize
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Carabiner
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Specifications

  • Brand:Nite Ize
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Carabiner
Description
The S-Biner is an innovative take on a the classic carabiner. This stainless steel ultra-handy accessory makes attaching items to gear, bags, keychains, and anything else a snap with its two opposing clips. The S-Biner's two clips are spring loaded to prevent unintentional opening. The S-Biner isn't made for climbing and shouldn't be used where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing. Smaller-sized S-Biners are excellent for connecting two zipper sliders on backpacks, duffels, and suitcases. Backpacker Magazine said it best when they wrote “Don’t ask yourself if you need this useful little widget. The question is: how many?”

S-Biner #2:
Dimensions: 2" x .88"
Weight Rating: 10 lbs.
Gate Size: .35”
Color: Black

To check out all the S-Biner sizes and colors click HERE!

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Useful for securing small tools to backpack.
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Ralph D.
10-24-2019
I like these clips and have been using them for a while. They have never failed me and are relatively inexpensive.
Not too secure
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Joshua M.
04-18-2016
Any split rings or anything else really can work its way around to open the clip and pop off. All it takes is the right twist. Nite Ize makes great stuff, but these original S-Biners weren't great. They have since improved the design, adding locking mechanisms to most of their S-Biner line up. But these old ones that don't lock, don't lock — and if something twists it will pop right out of the clip .... hard to explain how this happens without showing you, but it's really easy. I lost a set of keys this way more than once using these and their smaller versions.
Too small
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Nick S.
01-25-2015
Too small, quite useless for any real application.
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Description
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Reviews

The S-Biner is an innovative take on a the classic carabiner. This stainless steel ultra-handy accessory makes attaching items to gear, bags, keychains, and anything else a snap with its two opposing clips. The S-Biner's two clips are spring loaded to prevent unintentional opening. The S-Biner isn't made for climbing and shouldn't be used where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing. Smaller-sized S-Biners are excellent for connecting two zipper sliders on backpacks, duffels, and suitcases. Backpacker Magazine said it best when they wrote “Don’t ask yourself if you need this useful little widget. The question is: how many?”

S-Biner #2:
Dimensions: 2" x .88"
Weight Rating: 10 lbs.
Gate Size: .35”
Color: Black

To check out all the S-Biner sizes and colors click HERE!

Read More
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Specifications

  • Brand:Nite Ize
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Carabiner
Useful for securing small tools to backpack.
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Ralph D.
10-24-2019
I like these clips and have been using them for a while. They have never failed me and are relatively inexpensive.
Not too secure
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Joshua M.
04-18-2016
Any split rings or anything else really can work its way around to open the clip and pop off. All it takes is the right twist. Nite Ize makes great stuff, but these original S-Biners weren't great. They have since improved the design, adding locking mechanisms to most of their S-Biner line up. But these old ones that don't lock, don't lock — and if something twists it will pop right out of the clip .... hard to explain how this happens without showing you, but it's really easy. I lost a set of keys this way more than once using these and their smaller versions.
Too small
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Nick S.
01-25-2015
Too small, quite useless for any real application.
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