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Rocklock Magnetron

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$20.49
$31.38

The Black Diamond Rocklock Magnetron is a great size for belaying/rappeling and is also large enough to accept a munter hitch. The Magnetron system uses magnetic arms for its quick realease auto-lock system. The magnetic arms must both be depressed to open the biner and when the gate is shut again the magnetic arms pull a steel insert into the nose to lock it into place.

For more information on Magnetron auto-lock systems check out the video below. 

  • Weight - 87g
  • Closed Gate Strength - 24kN
  • Open Gate Strength - 7kN
  • Minor Axis Strength - 7kN
  • Gate Opening - 21mm
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Black Diamond Magnetron Auto-Lock System

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The Black Diamond Rocklock Magnetron is a great size for belaying/rappeling and is also large enough to accept a munter hitch. The Magnetron system uses magnetic arms for its quick realease auto-lock system. The magnetic arms must both be depressed to open the biner and when the gate is shut again the magnetic arms pull a steel insert into the nose to lock it into place.

For more information on Magnetron auto-lock systems check out the video below. 

  • Weight - 87g
  • Closed Gate Strength - 24kN
  • Open Gate Strength - 7kN
  • Minor Axis Strength - 7kN
  • Gate Opening - 21mm

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Courtney GG
Courtney GG
Mar 11, 2014

Great device! Also without a barrel on the gate it decreases the chances of cross loading as ropes seem to slide past and to the end, with other carabiners the only time I've had cross loading has been when rope or webbing has caught on the barrel on the gate.

Very easy to open one handed and quick to clip in. I could only imagine a few ways this could open by accident (if it was leant against a rock one side and a rope pushed against the catch on the other side maybe).

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