Petzl Ange Finesse 17cm Quickdraw

Petzl Ange Finesse
Petzl Ange Finesse

ANGE FINESSE quickdraws are equipped with the new ANGE S and ANGE L carabiners. Petzl's MonoFil Keylock technology and the H-profile make these carabiners ultra-light and optimize their strength to weight ratio. They are also extremely durable, as are the new FINESSE Dyneema® slings. ANGE FINESSE quickdraws are equipped with the STRING S to correctly position the rope end carabiner for clipping, and to protect the webbing from abrasion.
Ultra-light wire gate ANGE S and ANGE L carabiners:
- Petzl's MonoFil Keylock ensures smoother opening and closing of the carabiner and a much longer lifetime compared to traditional wire gate carabiners
- the unique H-profile of the carabiner allows an optimal size and strength-to-weight ratio
The indent on the bottom of the ANGE S and ANGE L carabiners helps keep the STRING in place so that the sling is properly positioned on the carabiner.
The FINESSE 10 mm wide Dyneema® sling offers an excellent weight to strength ratio
The STRING S holds the rope end carabiner in place and helps protect the webbing from abrasion

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Technical Specifications

Weight 66 g
Dogbone Size 17 cm long, 10 mm wide
Dogbone Material Dyneema
Dogbone Strength 22kN
Top Carabiner Ange S - $10.95
Petzl Ange S Full View
Bottom Carabiner Ange S - $10.95
Petzl Ange S Full View

Additional Sizes

Ange Finesse 10cm  -  $24.95
Petzl Ange Finesse

User Reviews

  • 6.02

    Top of the line quickdraws

    by Nicolai
    good handling
    nice looking

    After using some Ange S biners successfully on my ice tool leashes while wearing gloves, I knew which quickdraws I wanted on my rack. I already have a set of DMM Shield wire gate notchless 18 cm draws (similar to Wild Country Heliums), so I only bought a few 17 cm Petzls to augment my rack (and to satisfy my gear lust.) Compared to the DMMs the Petzls are lighter, slightly easier to clip due to lower gate tension, quieter when they jingle on the harness, nicer looking, but more expensive. I'm a guy with perhaps slightly below average sized hands. and don't find the biners too small. I do recommend you try them in-store before ordering a whole set (which you can't return.) Petzl compromised on the strength (kN) of the biners to achieve the low weight, but this doesn't worry me enough not to buy and use them.