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Locking carabiners

Carabiners are an essential piece of gear for anyone who loves the outdoors. That's why Addnature offers a wide range of locking carabiners that are perfect for all sorts of activities. Whether you're a climber, hiker, skier, surfer, or backpacker, we have the perfect locking carabiner for you.

Types of locking carabiners

There are a few different types of locking carabiners out there, and each has its unique advantages. We'll look at the three most common types and describe their properties and uses.

Twist lock carabiners

This locking carabiner is perfect for coiled ropes because it allows you to quickly and easily connect and disconnect the rope without having to untwist it first. This is especially helpful when you need to change ropes quickly during an emergency rescue or evacuation.

They're also popular among mountaineers because they offer better reliability than other types of locking carabiners in cold climates. Twist lock carabiners can hold heavy loads securely, making them ideal for rappelling and abseiling down steep slopes.

Screw lock carabiners

This locking carabiner is a type of carabiner that uses a screw to secure the gate. They're often used in applications where strong locking is required, like when attaching a harness to a climber.

Additional, they are popular among rock climbers because they offer more security than other types of carabiners.

Balllock carabiners

They are some of the most popular carabiners on the market. Also, they're easy to use and can be locked with a simple twist. One of the benefits of ball lock carabiners is that they're extreme. They can hold a lot of weight, and they're also resistant to corrosion.

In addition, they have a unique feature called “snagless closure”. This means that even if you twist the carabiner in the wrong direction, it will still close properly. This makes them ideal for use in dangerous or challenging environments where you don't want to risk your gear becoming jammed or unsafe.

How to choose locking carabiners

There are a few things to consider when choosing locking carabiners: the material they're made from, the type of lock they have, and how easy it is to use them.


Carabiners are usually made from metal or plastic, but some also come in other materials like glass or carbon fiber. The metal carabiners are usually stronger and hold their shape better but are also heavier. Plastic carabiners are more lightweight but less intense.

Type of Lock

Two main types of locks are used on carabiners: the three-point locking system and the single-point locking system. The three-point locking system uses a locking pin at the carabiner's top, middle, and bottom, while the single-point locking system uses just one locking pin. They both work equally well, but some people find it easier to use a three-point locking system because it's more intuitive.

Ease of Use

One thing you'll want to consider is how easy it is to open and close the carabiner once you've locked it into place. Some locks require you to pull up on a lever, while others have a button you press with your thumb.