Reviews for Neutrino Carabiner
Average Rating : 4.21 out of 5
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Review by: bruceb, 2009-08-23
These may be THE best rope-end, light-weight wire gate biner. I think they clip better than the Metolius Inferno. Folks with bigger hands may prefer the Inferno. Inferno is 1g lighter. Nutrinos are also slightly heavier than the new OZ and other tiny, thin clippers, but these will be safer, more durable and easier on the rope if you occassionally take longer lead falls (not talking about just sagging on your gear).
Not well finished
Review by: bortoletto, 2008-03-31
Good size and weight were the drivers for me to choose this biner for trad climbing. I´m using them with mammut dyneema sling and the business is going well. The gate has a good spring pressure (not hard like those from mammut) and for this reason I also use it in sport climbing. But during the first look I recognized that it´s finish is poor. Several marks of tooling and rough edge at the fixed end of the gate does not mach if the price. In my opnion, they should cost around 5 dolars instead of 7. I highly recommend mammut element as an optional.
Review by: gb3985, 2007-06-02
I have these on my cams and I don't really have any complaints.They feel small in my hands and its kinda tough to clip them,but I think that I'm just used to a bigger beiner.
Review by: slimper, 2006-07-02
I reracked all my cams on Neutrinos. I have to say I've been very impressed, true they're not the lightest on the market. However, they seem like feathers compaired the the ovals they replaced.
Review by: mgoodro, 2006-05-10
Not the lightest, but they have a good shape, solid feel, and decent gate opening for the size - unlike some ultralights (Camp Nano). They snag significantly less than my Trango ultralights. The colors in the rack pack are nice for those who match cam colors for rack management. They rack beatifully and are fine for sport if you have relatively thin fingers.