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Omega Locking D

In Stock  Product Number: 299

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This is a lightweight, low profile, state-of-the-art carabiner. ISO cold forged with the same good looks and strength of a "hot forged" but at an amazingly affordable price. Gate screws closed for maximum security while the frame geometry minimizes rope wear and ensures that bent-gate carabiners hang straight when used in a quickdraw.


  • For safety and/or sanitary reasons, this product CANNOT be returned

Gender: Unisex
Material: ISO cold forged steel
Season: N/A
Vendor ProductId: OP7991
Review ProductId: 299

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  • Q:

    What is the load bearing strength of this particular beener? I have one with the following numbers/letters on the other side:
    KN sideways double arrow 31 sideways elongated "e"9 up-and-down arrow 9
    with CE 0082 underneath.
    Any help is appreciated!
    Asked on 2/10/2014 by Kevin the Great from Columbia, PA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      Those numbers are still correct; the 31 kN rating is for the main load-bearing (long) axis of the carabiner, while the other figures and diagrams correspond to its open-gate strength (9 kN) and the strength when cross-loaded or loaded incorrectly across the gate (9 kN). All three are very high ratings for a compact carabiner. The "CE 0082" means it has passed a European standard for safety.

      Answered on 2/13/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
  • Q:

    The photo posted of the "Black Omega Locking D" is not a D-shaped carabiner. I wanted to ensure that the black color option is in fact D-shaped. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
    Asked on 2/4/2014 by A.W.

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    • Staff Reviewer


      Wow, looks like we accidentally grabbed a photo of their asymmetrical locking D. Nice catch! In any event, I can confirm the Black locking D is, indeed, the standard D shape. We don't even sell the other one.

      Answered on 2/5/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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