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Omega Pacific Jake Quik-Lok

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Stats
Weight105 g
WiregateNo
Gate Opening (mm)24
Major Axis (kN)23

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Omega Pacific Jake Quik-Lok
4.4 out of 5 based on 12 user reviews.


Cred: 668
Review by pengshi on May. 18, 2010
I been using one from a friend, loved it so much, I got two of my own.
-Huge opening.
-Always locks back by itself.
-I got the keylock gate, so it doesn't snag on ropes.
-Easy to open with one hand
-Big, I manage to fit it through a grigri, but it took some effort and twisting.
-If you want more gate lock security, get the 3-Stage quick-lok.


Cred: 240
Review by deathbybowtie on Feb. 05, 2008
The angled gate makes the opening enormous. Big biner, great for use with basic belay devices (ATC, Reverso, etc). Auto-locking gate.
Heavy. Expensive. Too thick to use with a Grigri or Cinch. The gate on mine wore out after only ~3-4 months. Nice biner, but there are much better ones for the money.
Petzl Attache, BD Rocklock


Cred: 6
Review by kittensmuggler on Feb. 09, 2011
Great biner, I always use it with my ATC device. Very big opening and easy to open with one hand while your hands are frozen in big gloves.
Kind of a pain to use with a grigri, it fits but takes some twisting to get it in place. It is big and heavy but if you are mountaineering or ice climbing then thats good cause of the frozen hands and big gloves.


Cred: 180
Review by ccorder22 on Apr. 06, 2014
I'm a huge fan of these carabiners. I like the large opening, although the quik-lok version is just slightly larger than normal locking carabiners. The screw-lok version of the jake has an even larger opening. This biner is easy to operate with one hand, and even though it doesn't have a keylock nose, it doesn't seem to snag as much as other carabiners.
I do wish it had a keylock nose for that extra ease of use.
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Cred: 2643
Review by ndonaldj on Mar. 28, 2012
The Jake is great for rigging, rappelling, and belaying. They are a really good all around biner.
Kind of heavy and big
Black Diamond Rocklock; Petzl Attache


Cred: 601
Review by steiger on Jan. 16, 2008
Smooth, light, always locks back
you have to unlock it to take of gear loop
Jake screw lok


Cred: 1250
Review by stephen on Apr. 04, 2011
easy to open, feels solid, thick so it can be used for belaying and rappelling.


Cred: 348
Review by curtis_g on Jul. 16, 2008
Great biner, huge bucket, smooth action.
Gotta shell out the big bucks for your belay biner.
none


Cred: 21
Review by Huge3783 on Jun. 10, 2008
Big, handles large indoor ropes well. Holds larger then average force loads.


Cred: 454
Review by fb_12711439 on Mar. 21, 2008
quick, easy, and strong


Cred: 147
Review by fb_829070088 on Feb. 06, 2008
AMAZING! I own 12 and I love them!
to good


Cred: 63
Review by thissilentdream on Apr. 24, 2008
Awesome, always locks right never any issues
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