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Nite Ize S-Biner 10-lb Slidelock Stainless Steel Dual Carabiner (Size 2) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Nite Ize S-Biner 10-lb Slidelock Stainless Steel Dual Carabiner (Size 2, LSB2-11-R3) on sale for $1.74. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks TattyBear

Note, usually ships within 1 to 2 months, but may still be ordered.

Lowe's also has Nite Ize S-Biner 10-lb Slidelock Stainless Steel Dual Carabiner (Size 2, LSB2-11-R3) on sale for $1.74. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Proof again that people on slickdeals love getting shit delivered to them for <$2 regardless of what it is!
absoluto. if possible, with no-rush ship
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I always wonder why people who hang these on their pants to hold their keys rather than using the pockets they sit right next to. Not to mention they normally have a phone holster on their belt.
I've got my phone in one pocket and a card holder wallet in the other; both of which I would prefer not to scratch up. With that being said, the carabiner just helps me keep my keys and pocket-sized tools in one place (onmy belt loop), prevents me from appearing to fondle myself when I'm looking for a specific key or tool, and helps reduce pocket bulge that comes from having a bunch of stuff in your pockets.

No phone holster for me.
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Good for clipping keys on my tennis/gym bag without digging a bunch of zippers looking for keys.
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?

hell no
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
WARNING - Not for use where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing.
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Would they work to hook dog tags on the collar? Looking for something easier to get on and off.
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
Just once...
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Proof again that people on slickdeals love getting shit delivered to them for <$2 regardless of what it is!
Yes. Bought two and realized it won't work for a dog leash or to hold a DSLR camera. 10 lb. load is very small.
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I have 3 of these in varying sizes and i recommend not using it for your keys. MANY times have my keys fallen off the hook while literally just walking in the parking lot (I have keys on one end, then hook it to my belt-clip). The spring action is just too soft and flex easily.
Are yours the locking ones? The type in the OP is the "revised" version that has a slightly different core shape and plastic "locks" to prevent exactly what you're describing. I'm not saying it works - as I haven't tried these or the "microlock" that they offer - but it might make a difference.

I have a bunch of the non-locking ones in various sizes from when REI cleared out the "rainbow" color a couple of a years ago. I use them all over the house, in the garage, throw them on the diaper bag, bookbag, etc. I find them handy enough.
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
Yes, but only for infants <10lbs.
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
It's only rated for 10 lbs. Only good for light items otherwise it will bend and fall apart. Also mountain climbing carabiners are alot more expensive. Pay extra for it, your life depends on it. Don't cheap out on a few bucks.
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What do you use this for?

Can't wait to scoop my Amazon Prime fee back on these types.
I clip things to bags. Usually smaller bags to bags. LMAO
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What do you use this for?

Can't wait to scoop my Amazon Prime fee back on these types.
These are essentially carabineers that are much more robust/ well built than most no name ones that are either given away for "free" by Companies as marketing swag or are also ubiquitous at the point of sale in hardware stores, sporting goods, etc. for sale in big plastic jars BUT not as robust (and therefore extremely expensive and much more heavy) as the "true" climbing carabineers that are used as quick attach points for safety equipment/climbing rope which can hold hundreds of pounds.

While Nite Ize makes a large variety of these carabiniers in different sizes and weight tolerances, these are rated up to 10 lbs which is far more sturdy than the giveaway generic carabineers and plenty robust enough for most household uses

By and large, most people use the non official carabineers (i. e. will be labeled "not for climbing" or something of the like) as key chains but they have hundreds of potential household uses; from anything like say attaching dog harness and leash equipment, attach headphones to a carry on bag handle for quick access, attach shoes to a gym bag, hanging plants much easier and more securely than just a non locking hook and S hook,use them in securing hang drying clothing to keep them blowing off the clothes' line and picking up dirt, for some basic household repairs where a rope or cord has snapped etc. etc. etc.

I've had a weakness for Nite Ize products for a decade at least and admittedly, while I do highly recommend their carabineers, featured in this deal, the rest of their vast product line can range from the " good idea but poor/cheap execution", to the "have no idea what use this could have but I want it for some reason and will come up with some use for it later" to products that are not only well built, but are clever, elegant solutions hitting very nearly or right on the indispensable mark.
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Would they work to hook dog tags on the collar? Looking for something easier to get on and off.
Maybe if your dog isn't in to wrasslin with other dogs or they're on the smaller side.

I just put up with the S hooks. They are a PITA to change, but they always stay attached. I'll work a little harder to ensure my best friends can get home if they are ever lost.
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