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Nite Ize S-Biner Marine SlideLock - Size #2

Nite Ize S-Biner Marine SlideLock - Size #2
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S-Biner® Marine SlideLock - Size #2

Size #2:
  • Dimensions: .87" x 1.77" x .32" (22.2mm x 45mm x 8.2mm)
  • Weight: .28 oz 8g)
  • Weight Rating: 10lb


The "Salty Dogs" of the locking S-Biner family, these marine-grade Locking S-Biners feature corrosion-resistant 316 stainless steel.

Designed for aquatic environments and constructed from 316 stainless steel, these marine-grade S-Biner SlideLocks are highly corrosion resistant and have the benefit of independently locking gates.

In aquatic environments, only the strong survive, that's why the highly corrosion-resistant S-Biner Marine SlideLock is crafted from high quality 316 stainless steel. This locking double-gated carabiner allows you to organize, connect, carry, and keep valuables extra secure in marine or other extreme environments. It features two innovative plastic sliders that lock into place to keep the gates securely closed. Each gate can be locked independently for convenient access, and will stay that way until you choose to unlock them.

Features:
  • Highly corrosion resistant 316 stainless steel
  • Secure stainless steel wire gates with slide-to-lock feature
  • Gates can be locked independently
  • WARNING: Not for use where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing.
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