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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.

Note, pricing and pickup availability may vary by location.
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Good deal but it won't Ship until two months.
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Oh my god no! Promise me you'll never use this for climbing!

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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
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nice find op
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Keys, bookbag mostly. Good to have when you need to hang something
My kids use it to hang water bottles onto their backpack
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I think Marlboro is giving one away too
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In for a fee of these. Also bought a few HeroClip when they went on sale at amazon
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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.
I agree! Almost lost my keys a few things!
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
Sure, but only once!
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
Absolutely, if you haven't reproduced yet. If you have, well.. don't bother.
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Can these be used for mountain climbing?
Depends on the planet
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One of the reviewers claimed the locking mechanism wears out quickly. Just fyi
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I've used mine for about 8 years now...keeps my keys inside my back pocket but on the belt loop, so out of the way pretty much all the time. Plenty of folks here drinking the haterade without trying it first...
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I have a bunch of these around since I have quite a few sets of keys to keep track of and don't like carrying more than I need to on any given day. The original style without the slide lock were great. Understand their limitations, and they're well-made little clips. So I recently picked up a few more.

I HATE the slide locks. The lock moves too easily so it is perpetually in the wrong spot. It locks the hasp when I try to open it without looking, or it slides to the opposite end and the hasp won't close correctly.

First world problems, I know. But for something that's supposed to be an improvement, it's silly. Luckily the lock is easy enough to cut off.
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Why not? I paid too much for Prime already.
WE paid too much
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Just an FYI - for those who might use these for keys...

Do not trust the little rubber lock nub. I've had mine slip and allow the gate to open.

What I did was put my keys on then take a small straw and fit it over the S-hook portion where your keys are, then jam it all the way on as far as it will go, Cut it off a few mm's above where the gate would close on it. then, smoosh the excess down until the gate can fully close shut, then push the straw all the up until it stops.

I've done this to all three sets of my keys, and for the past 3 years, not one has come close to coming undone.
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