DMM Alpha Sport 12cm Quickdraw

DMM Alpha Sport 12cm Silver
DMM Alpha Sport 12cm Red
DMM Alpha Sport
DMM Alpha Sport
DMM Alpha Sport 12cm Silver
DMM Alpha Sport 12cm Red
DMM Alpha Sport
DMM Alpha Sport

Wouldn’t it be great if, in that heart-in-mouth grip-clip moment, you knew that at least the quickdraw was on your side? When we designed the Alpha Clip we were determined to produce the most ‘clip friendly’ biner ever made. The bent gate, with its flared-out barrel shape works in perfect harmony with the kinked and groove-patterned back bar. It just feels so right, handles so well, and most importantly the rope always goes in first time. Try it out and you’ll see what we mean. The Alpha Clip is available as the Alpha Sport Quickdraw. This combines the Alpha Pro at the bolt/peg end and the Alpha Clip left to handle the rope. -The ultimate bent gate, sport climbing biner
-Exceptional ‘clipability’
-Strong and lightweight I-Beam construction
-Safer, deeper rope basket
-Easy to handle, grippy shape
-Generous 8.5mm rope radius
-Clean nose profile to reduce snagging
-Available as the Alpha Sport, a vari-width nylon quickdraw in 12cm, 18cm or 25cm lengths

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Technical Specifications

Weight 104 g
Dogbone Size 12 cm long, 24 mm wide
Dogbone Material Nylon / Polyamide
Dogbone Strength 22kN
Top Carabiner Alpha Pro - $12.50
DMM Alpha Pro Full View
Bottom Carabiner Alpha Clip - $12.50
DMM Alpha Clip Full View

Additional Sizes

Alpha Sport 18cm  -  $26.50
DMM Alpha Sport 18cm Silver
Alpha Sport 25cm  -  $26.95
DMM Alpha Sport 25cm Silver


DMM Sales Director, Simon Marsh, says: “The hot forged bent-gate of the Clip is optimally designed to make clipping super-easy but minimise any chance of accidental unclipping. While 7 kN is the European standard for gate open strength, these biners are rated at 9 kN gate open but in testing achieve a mean of 9.7/9.8 kN." Read more about DMM's carabiners on DMM's Blog.

This is a tapered dogbone, that goes from 15 mm at the narrowest point to 24 mm in the center.