Nite Ize S-Biner MicroLock Polycarbonate - 2-Pack - Smoke

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S-Biner® MicroLock® Polycarbonate - 2-Pack - Smoke

Our S-Biner MicroLock just got a colorful makeover in a tough polycarbonate body.

This colorful polycarbonate S-Biner MicroLock features an innovative locking lever which securely locks both gates with a simple twist to securely hold keys or other small items.

This mini S-Biner features a center locking lever, stainless steel wire gates, and a tough polycarbonate body. These colorful tools are the perfect size for holding, organizing, and identifying keys or other small items. The simple twist-to-lock lever keeps items steadfastly in place, making this S-Biner as versatile and convenient as it is secure.

  • Mini double-gated carabiner with center locking lever
  • Tough polycarbonate construction
  • Stainless steel gates
  • Twist-to-lock lever locks both gates at once
  • Holds up to three keys
  • Ideal for clipping and attaching small items of all types
  • Dimensions: .618" x 1.406" x .138" (15.7mm x 35.7mm x 3.5mm)
  • Weight: .07oz (2g)
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