DMM Belay Master I Beam

 

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Belay karabiner

The DMM Belay Master 2  is a belay karabiner that has safety at its heart.

The nylon crossgate means that you can be sure that the screwgate is locked properly if the crossgate is closed. It stops the chance of the screw undoing and retains the krab in the correct orientation so not weakening of the system can occur.

The plastic safety clip is held in place nicely, whilst the curvature of the bar works well with a wide variety of belay devices.  A clean nose completes this excellent strong belay karabiner.

 

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