Titanium Ridgeline Biner (Single)

(7 customer reviews)

$6.25

This biner is meant solely for hammock ridgeline and are not rated for hammock suspension.

This titanium biner is strong enough to hold your ridgeline while only weighing in at just 2 grams. It is made of titanium with a professional stainless steel spring gate this is the mightiest biner so far.

weight: 2.55 g

Description

This biner is meant solely for hammock ridgeline and are not rated for hammock suspension.

This titanium biner is strong enough to hold your ridgeline while only weighing in at just 2 grams. It is made of titanium with a professional stainless steel spring gate this is the mightiest biner so far. Put it on your hammock ridgeline and you will forget it is there until you want to disconnect it to turn your hammock into a lounger. They also work well to connect your tarp to your ridgeline, your quilt to your suspension, or fasten anything to the back of your pack.

Specs:

Dimensions – 1/2-inch x 1 15/32-inch

Weight – 2.5 grams

Additional information

Weight 2.55 g
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU MUS014

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  1. Hurt, Kyle D

    Hurt, Kyle D

    Tiny and featherlight

    Tiny and featherlight; using it to attach my tarp to the ridge line. Nice piece of bling for my rig. Thanks Dutch!

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  2. Brady Patterson

    Brady Patterson

    Awesome little biners.

    Awesome little biners. I don’t use them for the ridgeline, but I clip them onto other things and they’re useful in a lot of spots. I keep on on my belt loop to clip my compass to and others to clip various gear to my pack. Handy and super light, excellent combo!

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  3. Sean

    Sean

    Works as advertised, truly tiny, and awesome.

    I used it as its namesake intends, as a ridgeline biner, and am 100% satisfied. I’m not quite a weight weenie yet, but definitely appreciate being able to size down my pack. I’m sold on everything I’ve purchased from dutch so far and If you like setting up and taking down your rig faster than all your friends, I’d expect you will too!

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  4. Question

    lemonheaddbn (verified owner)

    Where does this attach on a cinch strap? Hoping this won’t alter my 83% with fixed 110″ ridgeline from Dutch for my 11′ Dutch hammock. Pictures of where is best place to attach in a cinch strap. Thanks

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    • One person found this helpful
      Carolyn Palmer

      Carolyn Palmer

      The biner will get attached directly to your continuous loop on your hammock and not to your suspension.

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  5. 3 out of 3 people found this helpful
    xradkai

    Weight limit?

    xradkai (verified owner)

    What is the weight limit on this biner?

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    • 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
      DutchWare Gear

      DutchWare Gear

      100lbs

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  6. jaybugle888

    strong and light but a tad awkward

    jaybugle888 (verified owner)

    This little bling is so small and lightweight I wish I could get more for other uses! I have had some issues though. Due to angles of pull and larks heads on the continuous loops at the ends of my hammock, it can sometimes sit crooked and not aligned with the pull. One time the angle and CL opened the gate and I saw it before it could disconnect. Another time the entire ridgeline fell out of the open gate when the CL applied pressure to it. I can probably alleviate this by turning the biner around or checking the angles each time. Still a 5-star product

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  7. One person found this helpful

    Question

    dookibird (verified owner)

    Are these the correct biners for attaching your urc structural adjustable ridgeline? I am concerned about 100lb rating.

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    • 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Yes this is the correct biner for hammock ridgelines.

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  8. Question

    merlinduck (verified owner)

    I noticed someone else had a concern about the 100 lb rating on these. When using as a hammock ridgeline, isnt it holding the weight of the person in the hammock? How does that actually work if it isnt?

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    • One person found this helpful
      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      The Titanium Ridgeline Biner is for tarp ridgelines and hammock structural ridgelines. A hammock structural ridgeline shouldn’t have more than about 10 pounds of weight:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIig-7z089k
      Check out the Dutch Biner if you need to use it with a hammock suspension:
      https://dutchwaregear.com/product/dutch-biners/

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  9. Question

    carlos carabajal (verified owner)

    Can we use your TITANIUM RIDGELINE BINER on the xenon hex tarp pullouts? thanks.

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  10. Question

    m-8750

    Just wondering: Where are these biners manufactured?

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    • Customer Service

      Customer Service

      Right here in Lancaster, PA!

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