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Edelrid - Nineteen G Set Quickdraw

Edelrid Nineteen G Set Quickdraw

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$18.71 Original price:$24.95
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    • Oasis, 10cm
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    Tech Specs

    Sling Width:
    11 mm
    Sling Length:
    10 cm
    Strength:
    [sling] 22 kN, [carabiner] (major axis) 20 kN, (minor axis) 7 kN, (open gate) 7 kN
    Gate Opening:
    17 mm
    Features:
    carabiner retainer
    Claimed Weight:
    1.6 oz
    Recommended Use:
    climbing

    Nineteen G Set Quickdraw

    The Nineteen G Set Quickdraw pairs Edelrid's lightest wire carabiners with a durable Dyneema dogbone for gram-counting climbers. Not only is the Nineteen G Carabiner Edelrid's lightest in the collection, but it's also quite possibly the lightest in the vertical world. The draw's durable Dyneema dogbone features a carabiner retainer that stabilizes the rope-clipping biner for a faster send.

    • Two ultralight Nineteen G Carabiners
    • Durable Dyneema carabiner
    • Carabiner retainer

    Fantastic Alpine Draws!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are the lightest draws I've ever used. Great for an addition to your alpine rack. Even though the biners are super small, they are remarkably easy to clip. Both to a piece/bolt and to clip the rope. I do agree that these are a bit more difficult to clip with gloves on while ice or mixed climbing, but for any alpine rock adventure, I won't ever carry anything else! So light its like you didn't even bring draws! It seriously is mind blowing how light these are...

    For the weight concise sport climber

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are super light draws! Some of the weight is cut by have small biners, these work fine for sport climbing but you wouldn't want these with gloves ice climbing. The dog bone is also small to help with the weight savings. These are the draws that you want to use when your going for that redpoint send attempt.