Enduro Screwgate

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Enduro Screwgate
Manufacturer Black Diamond
Page By Alan Ellis
Page Type Apr 9, 2003 / Apr 9, 2003
Object ID 9385
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Tuolumne? Ceuse? Verdon? Bring some Enduro Screwgates for the runouts. As our lightest (not to mention most inexpensive) locking biner, the Enduro Screwgate weighs in at a Lilliputian 56 grams. Don’t despair, however, for this lightness is not at the expense of functionality. A wide gate opening and deep, square basket makes for easy clips and large internal volume for slings, dogbones and runners. Light, low in profile and costing less than a cheap bottle of wine—the Enduro is THE locking biner of choice.
- Very versatile locking biner at a perfect price
- Lightweight, low profile—great for racking
- Flat sling basket holds pro and draws securely

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Alan Ellis - Apr 9, 2003 6:51 am - Voted 5/5

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The cat's meow of utility lockers. Small and light, these biners are the best. I always pick up a couple when I am at the gear store. Can't have enough Enduro Lockers! Highly recommend.

miztflip - Nov 28, 2004 2:51 pm - Voted 4/5

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A solid well built biner as is expected from BD. The screw lock is easy to operate with one hand.



Although I find it a bit small for most of my uses of locking biners.

marcminish - May 25, 2005 3:07 pm - Voted 5/5

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The best biner for your buck! Actually, these have performed flawlessly for me time and time again. I've never had the locker get stuck and never had one fail (thank God). I've never had problems working the locker while wearing gloves or during cold/icy conditions.



Reliable and cheap.

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