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    Source for REALLY small carabiners....

    ....like the size of the small Nite Ize S-Biners.

    Maybe three quarts to half the size of Dutchwead biners.

    I've searched the web and can't find anything, though admittedly I suck at the interweb.

    I want to use them on the CRL and have a few of the really small s-biners but the ridge line keeps popping out of the gate.
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    Search for Edelrid Micro 0
    They are 3.5g and rated to 100kg.
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    I just ordered these from Arrowhead http://www.arrowhead-equipment.com/s...Carabiner.html

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    Are these the Dutch biners you (the OP) are referring to?
    I haven't found anything smaller with the strength to use on a ridgeline.

    http://www.dutchwaregear.com/images/...iner2-Page.jpg

    Here's the specs
    http://www.dutchwaregear.com/dutch-r...ne-biners.html
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    Those itty bitty Niteize #0 will break when used on a ridgeline. Hurricane Irene told me this the hard way. The #1's are a lot stronger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GadgetUK437 View Post
    Search for Edelrid Micro 0
    They are 3.5g and rated to 100kg.
    Thanks.. those are out of stock...

    Quote Originally Posted by raggydoo View Post
    I just ordered these from Arrowhead http://www.arrowhead-equipment.com/s...Carabiner.html
    I found those, shortly after posting here... they may work..


    Quote Originally Posted by Passinthru View Post
    Are these the Dutch biners you (the OP) are referring to?
    I haven't found anything smaller with the strength to use on a ridgeline.

    http://www.dutchwaregear.com/images/...iner2-Page.jpg

    Here's the specs
    http://www.dutchwaregear.com/dutch-r...ne-biners.html
    All things considered, these may be the best option. I passed over them when looking through the Dutch stuff because I thought they were larger. Now that I see them in his hands, I think they are a good solution...

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    I just got 10 of the mini'binerz [4cm.] from one of the Chinese sites for $3.59US- free s/h.
    Took just over two weeks to come, but I can't tell the difference between them and several vendors "self-branded" ones I already bought and paid full$$ for. They even match the ones supplied with my AMOK.

    I also just found the same ones on stuff like pens and styluses at the dollar store recently. Still no difference, and still cheaper than buying them individually. Just toss the cheapo dangles they came with.
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    I use the dutch 1s.... really little.

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