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Petzl M37 TL Omni Triact Carabiner

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SKU:
P071971
UPC:
3342540071971
MPN:
M37 TL
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$42.95
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Description

Multi-directional semi-circle carabiner

Multi-directional semi-circle OMNI carabiner for fastening the FALCON ASCENT harnesses and for attaching a CROLL ventral rope clamp. It is available in two locking systems: automatic TRIACT-LOCK system or manual SCREW-LOCK system.

Description

  • Multi-directional carabiner to:
    - fasten the FALCON ASCENT harness by joining the two attachment points
    - connect a CROLL ventral rope clamp (FALCON ASCENT)
  • Strength: 15 kN (in all directions)
  • Keylock system helps prevent the carabiner snagging during maneuvers
  • Red indicator provides a visual warning when the carabiner is unlocked (on SCREW-LOCK version)
  • Two locking systems available:
    - TRIACT-LOCK: automatic locking with triple-action gate opening
    - SCREW-LOCK: the manual screw-lock with red band provides a visual warning when the carabiner is unlocked
  • Also available in black

Specifications

  • Material(s): aluminum
  • Certification(s): CE EN 362

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Warranty Information

3 year manufacturer
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Are there other choices?

    Posted by Joe Keyes on 6th Oct 2020

    Don’t get the screw lock or maillot. This is so much safer and easier

  • 5
    The ONLY Omnidirectional "Mallion" you should own!

    Posted by Daryl Greaser on 31st May 2018

    First let me say this is totally worth the $5 extra dollars than the Petzl SL Omni Lock biner, but the fact that it is an auto-locker means you no longer have to worry about the rope/your gear unscrewing the lock on ascent! I love my Omni but this is light-years ahead, and it weighs to much less than a steel maillon. Yes, it's expensive, but it probably the single most important piece in your SRT rig. You're welcome!

  • 4
    good product

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Dec 2016

    Nice option for the screw/unscrew of the maillons. The downside is the 20 kN max, I'll feel more secure with at least 25 kN.

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