5 out of 5
August 10, 2011
For the weight and look this is an excellent biner. I have used my extensively in all types of weather, and there is absolutely no wear showing. I would recommend this to anyone.
minimum weight - good price
August 08, 2010
Excellent carabiner - Michael - 2010-05-29 I'm using this for canyoneering. Excellent carabiner for a Z-drag set-up. great performance.
August 13, 2010
excellent building quality, easy to use, secure. I use it when hiking, hanged from me backpack to secure accs, Excellent brand
Good 'biner, looks cool
October 19, 2010
I bought this carabiner for use at the gym and selected it purely for aesthetic reasons, and to make it easy to find my belay device if I forgot it. Looks awesome, works great, no complaints.Pros: Great design, Build quality
Lightest locking pear
March 21, 2011
This is simply one gorgeous biner. And at 58g, it's only 3 grams heavier than an old BD light D. I got mine at a local store in Boulder, but this belongs on everyone's harness/belay device. 58g! And more than large enough for a Munter hitch if you drop your device. There are lighter lockers, but no other pear is lighter. Versatility is clutch. And jeez, just LOOK at it!Pros: ultralight, full size pear, Cons: doesn't glow in the dark
December 21, 2009
Smooth operation, high-quality finish.
September 12, 2010
coating is the best. Screw works silky! Also the color beats any other product.
best for sport climbing
December 25, 2011
I lite it for sport climbing and indoor climbing. best with smart belay device. I will recommend to my friends and give as a gift. Now I study tradition climbing with two Bionic Mytholito and three Bionic Mythos . best for belay Platform.Pros: sport climbing, rappel, belay
Solid and Sturdy, but NOT the HMS!!!
January 17, 2009
This is a great locking biner - very solid and reassuring, sturdy and strong. It is NOT, however, an HMS type belaying carabiner. Rather it is similar to the Black Diamond mini-pear biner or the Petzl Locker screw-lock. I recently went into a Mammut store in Italy and purchased both the Bionic Mytholito Carabiner and the Bionic HMS (which is what it is called). The HMS is MUCH bigger (as you would expect an HMS to be) and is a proper belaying carabiner. The Bionic Mytholito, however, is a smaller, standard locking biner, good for use in setting up anchors, top-rope stations, abseil points, etc. (but not belaying as an HMS-type biner). Again, for what it is, great biner, solid, sturdy, and just has that Mammut coolness about it!!
February 24, 2010
All around well built. No complaints here!