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Reduce rope drag

DMM Revolver screwgate carabiner

Reduce rope drag of 30-40%

 31,30

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Whichever way you look at it, this is a remarkable biner design. If you don’t already own some Revolvers we would urge you to give it some serious consideration, and here’s why:

The pulley wheel is a unique design feature that solves the age old problem of rope drag. It also makes this biner a very useful tool in rescue or emergency hauling situations when a pulley is required.

The wire gate version of the Revolver is a well established, design classic and many climbers have wisely added them to their racks. But if you want extra security, say for example when clipping crucial runners or in an emergency pulley system, the locking version is the better option.

 

Founded in 1981 as Moorhouse Engineering in Bethesda, soon to become DMM and move to more suitable premises in Llanberis in 1986, the company celebrated 30 years of manufacturing in 2011. In 1981 the company employed just 4 people, and now thirty years later we are an important employer in this area with just over 150 men and women on payroll.

  • Unique pulley wheel design locking biner
  • Strong and lightweight I-Beam construction
  • Shrouded nose to reduce snagging
  • Available with Screwgate, Quicklock and Locksafe locking systems

 

Variant Strength (Gate Closed) Strength (Gate Open) Strength (Minor Axis) Gate Opening Weight Cat no
Revolver Screwgate 24kN 8kN 8kN 16mm 64g A272

 

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