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S-Biner MicroLock


Our classic S-Biner design just got a great big upgrade-it locks!

Product Information

The S-Biner MicroLock is the perfect size to hold and organize keys to rings or for organizing other smaller items. And now, with its added twist lever, it also locks perfectly, preventing any unintended or accidental openings. Made of high quality stainless steel, the S-Biner MicroLock features a center lever made of durable plastic--a simple twist effectively and securely locks the gates, and keeps them that way until you twist it open again. Great for removing a single key from a ring to take on a run or ride, give to your mechanic, or leave for a friend. The S-Biner MicroLock is versatile, convenient, and ultra-secure.

Product Details

  • Available in both Stainless & Black finishes
  • High quality stainless steel construction
  • Secure stainless steel wire gate closure
  • Dimensions: 1.39" x 0.59" x 0.27" | 35.46mm x 15.08mm x 7.07mm | Weight: 0.14 oz | 4g
  • Weight rating: 3 lb.

WARNING: Not for use where disengagement could result in bodily injury or property damage. Not for climbing.



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  • Daniel GRANFORS

    Haughton, LA

    Sunday, March 29, 2015

    High quality steel. Performing well so far.


  • Howard Doerksen

    Steinbach, MB

    Tuesday, February 25, 2014

    I've been testing products in a lab for 27 yrs, so why wouldn't I get a helper and find out what this little baby will lift?! I slowly worked my way up to 40.04 lbs - no kidding! - no bending, no visible stress. Well, in the corner corner we keep an old 68 lb chunk of lead, so what the heck, I'm ready to fail this biner already. I have photos that show the weight being lifted, with the biner locked, and then unlocked. That resulted in a tiny bit of stretch in the wires - none in the 'S', and I'm using the biner same as I did before the tests. You make incredible biners!!!