Black Diamond Equipment
Neutrino Carabiner Rackpack
A set of six redesigned, color-coded Neutrino biners designed to match our Camalots, the Neutrino Rackpack makes for easy identification and racking on your harness. READ MORE
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A set of six redesigned, color-coded Neutrino biners designed to match our Camalots, the Neutrino Rackpack makes for easy identification and racking on your harness. Learn More
DescriptionA sextet of color-coded, redesigned Black Diamond Neutrinos for racking cams. The nimble Neutrino is the ideal carabiner solution when all-purpose fast, light and strong is right.
- Cold-forged construction
- Large rope-bearing surface
- Lightweight and versatile size for all-around use
- Does not freeze up in alpine conditions
- Rackpack is a set of six
Weight : 216 g (7.8 oz)
Closed Gate Strength : 24 kN (5,395 lbf)
Open Gate Strength : 7 kN (1,574 lbf)
Minor Axis Strength : 7 kN (1,574 lbf)
Gate Opening : 22 mm (0.86 in)
Neutrino Carabiner Rackpack is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by brandon from Perfect for racking BD cams The neutrinos pair perfectly with a set of BD cams -- they are small and light, and take up minimum real estate on your gear loops. Better still, the colors are conveniently matchy-matchy. This may not matter when I'm in the Creek and racking six #1s, but if I'm anywhere else, I want a green neutrino attached to a green 0.75. I've been using neutrinos to rack my cams for years, and love them, but they lose 1 star for lack of versatility. The characteristics that make them great for racking cams make them less than ideal at rope handling. The neutrino's gate opening is barely over an inch (I measured 1 1/16"), and the head and tail of the neutrinos are shallower than many other wire-gate carabiners. This makes them easy to clip to a gear loop, but less smooth when clipping a rope through them (especially if you're using a thick rope). Summary: if you want a simple, light and inexpensive carabiner for racking your cams, this is it.
Date published: 2017-03-28