Wild Country Titan Carabiner

Wild Country Titan Full View
Wild Country Titan Full View
Wild Country

Making this easy clipper even smoother and enhancing its all around status as the best basic biner available, the original Titan gets a Keylock nose.

And in adapting the bestselling Wild Country screwgate ever we kept it simple to make this an even more effective model. And by combining our wider open D shape with a no-hook nose we have a great all rounder at a reasonable weight – and a brilliant price. It's also important to note that the Titan's gate uses 7075 alloy which is the same as the biner body and is super strong. This means unlike many other brands the gate when closed should make the same strength if pushed inwards as pulled outwards.

This is not a requirement for the CE test but it is something that we have insisted on as there have been a number of notable failures of gates when pushed in, especially in abseiling situations using Figure 8s. Finally, like all the Wild Country biners, the thimble on the gate always stops short of the nose making sure it cannot be over-tightened.

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Technical Specifications

Weight (grams) 65 g
Shape Offset D
Locking Screw
Bent or Straight Straight
Full Size Yes
Keylock Yes
Gate Type Solid
Gate Opening 21 mm
Visual Warning No
Strengths 25kN    7kN    7kN

User Reviews

  • 5.04

    Skinny Spinny

    by Alison Dennis
    lots of spins to lock/unlock

    Often I have 2 lockers on my harness. Sometimes I take this one if I want a lightweight third biner. It's a stylish biner that doesn't take up too much room/weight and has a fairly large gate opening that works easily for any anchor/power point. The only con I find is that its pretty slow to lock/unlock with 10ish spins up, and with gravities help, 8 spins down.