Developed by Kevin Bingham, the inventor of the Rope Wrench and Rope Runner, the Quickie is a locking steel shackle that can be used for nearly everything you would use a carabiner for - and more. Plus, the Quickie is less than half the size of standard carabiners!
The Quickie makes a perfect connection for a base anchor or canopy anchor because it doesn't suffer from the side loading problems of a standard carabiner. Also, the quadruple action slic pin rotates, lowering friction when used to choke a rope.
This version of the Quickie is cast from high quality stainless steel. For the milled version see the original Singing Tree Quickie here.
NOTE: When using the Quickie in a cinched configuration make sure the slic pin is facing away from the tree or object being girthed around.
The Quickie pin is not compatible with other Singing Tree devices.
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