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 The Quickwire is officially retired.You've found a page of history! The Quickwire is no longer produced by Black Diamond and it is not available to buy from major online retailers. You can still check out all the specs and claim your ownership.

Black Diamond Quickwire

Quickwire

Black Diamond

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Description

Each Black Diamond Quickwire draw has a hot-forged HotWire rope-end carabiner and a Quicksilver straight gate top biner linked with a 10 mm Dynex dogbone with the Straitjacket System.

* Straight gate Quicksilver on top and HotWire wiregate on bottom
* Equipped with 10 mm Dynex dogbones with Straitjacket
* Available in 12 cm length

Retail price

US$ 10.45

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Weight 102 g
Dogbone Size 12 cm long, 10 mm wide
Dogbone Material Dynex­
Dogbone Strength (kN) 22 kN
Top Carabiner Quicksilver -
US$ 6.95

Black Diamond Quicksilver Full View
Bottom Carabiner Hotwire 2015 -
US$ 7.95

Black Diamond Hotwire Full View

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Performance is great, with easy clipping and smooth, consistent action. BD makes a lot of other draws that aren't sold in packs and if you're set on buying the Diamond you may want to carefully compare your options. For example, the Hotwire draw (remember, don't get confused between the biner and the draw that have the same name) is the same as the QuickWire except that the bolt-clipping end has a Positron biner, which has the advantage of a keylock design for snag-free clipping and un-clipping. If you anticipate grabbing the draw a lot, stop sport climbing. Failing that, there's the much cheaper Freewire or the divorce-settlement-priced LiveWire. Choose your poison wisely.