SBP2-03-01

Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners

Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners

Description

The Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners can be used to quickly identify different sets of key categories.

Features

  • Molded with highly durable glass filled nylon
  • Secure stainless steel wire gate closure
  • Available in 15 bright colors
List Price
$1.69
Your Price
$1.44
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Details

Our wildly popular S-Biner double-gated carabiner just got a little more wild.

Here's a fun version of our unique, two-in-one S-Biner. Made of lightweight plastic and available in 15 bright colors, its double-gated design has the same functionality and same nearly endless variety of uses. Ultra-handy dual spring gates will hold, secure, and connect everything from house keys and cell phone holsters to technical camping gear. Attach valuables to the center bar for ultimate security, link gate ends to a second set of items and anchor, or connect many items together. Smaller-sized S-Biners (#0-#2) are excellent for securing individual keys to rings or zippers on clothing and for connecting two zipper sliders on backpacks, duffels, and suitcases. Medium sizes (#4-#6) connect everything from water bottles (to belt loops or backpacks), boots, skates, waders, sports gear, and garden gloves (to garage hooks and hanging straps), reusable grocery bags (to closet pegs and grab handles in your car). Identify at a glance while you organize- choose different colors to differentiate sets of keys, luggage, car fobs, ski passes, and all your other organized personal items.

Product Details

  • Lightweight - molded with highly durable glass filled nylon
  • Secure stainless steel wire gate closure


Warning: Not for use where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP2-03-01 S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #2, black
$1.44
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP2-03-17 S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #2, lime
$1.44
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP2-03-19 S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #2, orange
$1.44
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP2-03-25 S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #2, tan
$1.44
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP2-03-01BG S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #2, black/ black gates
$1.44
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP4-03-01BG S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #4, black/black gates
$1.92
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP6-03-01BG S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #6, black/black gates
$4.33
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP8-03-01BG S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #8, black/black gates
$6.92
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Nite Ize S-Biner Plastic Double-Gated Carabiners SBP10-03-01BG S-biner plastic double-gated carabiner, size #10, black/black gates
$8.65
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