Petzl Spirit Express Quickdraw Carabiner


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About Petzl Spirit Express Quickdraw Carabiner

Petzl Spirit Express Quickdraw Carabiner
The Petzl Spirit Express quickdraw Carabiner is for the climber on a budget. The quickdraw has one straight gate and one bent gate with an express sling that as excellent handling with a wide and stable sling. What this draw stands out for is durability and ease of clipping. The large rubber tip not only is awesome at keeping the carabiner you are clipping in place, it is among the most durable you can find on the market today. The webbing is thick, which makes these draws a little bulky but at the same time it also makes them very durable. They are a great draw to leave on a project for a few weeks and not worry when you come back and start taking whippers again. The Petzl Spirit Express Quickdraw Carabiner itself is one of the most satisfying carabiners to clip. Part of this is due to the unique thumb grooves on the gate, which make it easier to open when reaching far for a bolt or piece of pro. Also, the spring has just the right tension not too soft and not too hard. The gate gives just the right amount of resistance and snaps back responsively. Today there are many keylock carabiner quick draws but the Spirit remains one of the best.

Petzl Spirit Express Quickdraw Carabiner Features

  • Quickdraw breaking strength: 22 kN
  • Carabiner breaking strength: Major axis: 23 Kn, Open gate: 9.5 Kn,Cross-loaded: 10 kN
  • Gate opening: 20 mm
  • 3-year guarantee

Petzl Spirit Express Quickdraw Carabiner Specifications

0.22- 0.24
Hot-forged aluminum 7000, nylon webbing
Quickdraw breaking strength
22 Kn
Major axis
23 Kn
Open gate
9.5 Kn
10 Kn
Gate opening
20 mm
Mfr #

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Shopper  Is this quickdraw the style in the picture? I know they've been recently updated...
JARED C  Yes, this is what the newer versions look like. I have both the older versions and the newer versions. Both are a bit heavier than other options but they seem to be nuclear bomb proof vs regular bomb proof... which is a personal decision.
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