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CAMP Nano & Photon Wire Rack Packs

CAMP Nano & Photon Wire Rack Packs

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Received the Nano last week and I’m very pleased. Look very well made, strong and durable. I wouldn’t mind having a set such as these in a size smaller. Same build quality. Can someone point me in the right direction?
By the way, I give carabiners as gifts to my children and friends as key holders and they love them. I also use the different colors to indicate what the keys are for. My keys have a yellow carabiner, my wife a blue carabiner, the extra set of keys a red carabiner, the school bus that I drive a green carabiner etc.
I use carabiners for keys as well. Yes I know cheap aluminum carabiners will work okay but I feel that having a product that can be used in an emergency as your key chain is consoling. I have used mine for a pulley when hanging a heavy pinata, for towing a car a short distance, for attaching straps to my truck when tying down large loads that extend higher than the sides of my truck. To have a product always on hand for these emergencies is excellent. I will never climb but that does not mean I can't use climbing equipment for other uses.
look kids...the new Neutrinos...
More climbing gear would be really cool.
Fuzzymuzzle
I totally agree, either build it into the outdoor drops or make its own section!
mynameismyles657
i agree with you sir
Would these be a good choice for a keyring?
I like to clip my car and house key to the belt loop beside my buckle, using two split rings to give enough length to allow the keys to hang in the corresponding pocket.
My existing nonsense carabiner just gave up the ghost on me.
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Omniseed
These are severe overkill for holding keys. Yes, they will work, but so will a karabiner made of plastic.
Omniseed
Check out s-biners w/locks- been using it for years.
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Bulk order shipped! The vendor informed us that the group's order was picked up and is on its way to our warehouse in New Jersey. Based on the tracking provided, the order is scheduled to arrive on 10/12.
Expect another update from us on 10/14 or sooner if something comes up.
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Thanks again for joining this drop! We have submitted the group's order with the vendor for the CAMP Nano and Photon Wire Rack Packs and they are working hard to prepare it for shipment.
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Awesome to see CAMP here! I'd love to see a drop for their light mountaineering gear - simple harness, helmet, and ice ax! Although, maybe this would be better later in the year like late winter / early spring.
What's the loading capacity of these?
gravi_t
21kN
Abacrombie
Ah thanks. I don't know why I didn't see that...
Any chance of an option for uniformly colored biners? These make great alpine draws
CAMP makes good stuff. Aside from the obvious climbing applications, the Nano is a pretty good choice for those that like biners for their hammock set-up. How about some CAMP quickdraws (better yet, the 5-packs) in the future?!
I am thrilled to present CAMP to our Ultralight Community. I have been a big fan of this company since I met the staff at ISPO in Germany in 2011, where I learned more about the history and got to see the extensive line of amazing lightweight products. I was then lucky enough to out several of their products in the Dolomites that winter/spring. CAMP makes a wide range of gear and clothing for climbing, backcountry skiing and racing, though they are best known in the US for climbing gear. The biners in this drop are some of the lightest available, and obviously are made for climbing, and also uses in other areas like mountaineering, hammock camping, and emergency prep. I hope to see more CAMP gear here in the future, and more climbing gear in general for our community. What do you think?
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@seenypaul - thanks for the question. This shouldn't have been labeled as the 'Best of Massdrop' - it was our error in setting up the page, and this has been fixed. Thanks!
DannyMilks
More climbing gear would be much appreciated!