Handgrey Bauhaus Titanium Key Carabiner

Handgrey Bauhaus Titanium Key Carabiner

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The Bauhaus Carabiner has a titanium build to last a lifetime. Made in Thailand under direct supervision of the designer, the Carabiner is extremely lightweight and virtually unbreakable Read More

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Soundtoxin
144
Dec 17, 2019
I've had mine for a while now, still used for my edc keychain. I just logged in to see if a weight capacity was listed here. Anyone know? I get that you shouldn't climb with it, but I was looking at a bunch of carabiners on Amazon earlier and they tend to list the info, whether it's 1000lbs+ for climbing ones or more like 254lbs on some smaller ones.
RayF
26537
Dec 14, 2019
Assume these are safe for piercings--or at least to poke through any existing holes in my body? (asking for @lolzlolz6 ;- )
lolzlolz6
43
Dec 14, 2019
how else you gonna open 4 cans of beer a day so you can tell people you have your own reasons...
petezhut
7
Dec 12, 2019
I like that there's literally two pictures of this opening a bottle, but zero pictures of it as a key ring.
I don't get it. What does this have to do with Bauhaus? There are not any mountains in the flat field. No matter what Telegram Sam says.
14themoney
1388
Jan 28, 2019
This is yet one more item that leaves me baffled. Leatherman sells good ones, not titanium, of course, for about 8 bucks. I can get a double locking climbing carabiner at Vermeer for about $10.00 . Maybe if I was young and vain and way too rich, I would feel compelled to buy one. I have never lost keys off of the double locking one. I have had keys fall off of the Leatherman a couple of times, but fortunately, I was aware of the fall and recovered them. FWIW, the spring design looks like it could easily bend if the carabiner caught on something while it was attached to my belt loop.
Gogreyhound
52
Nov 27, 2018
I've been using a K80 for a few years now. I love it. I have considered changing it out for a quick release of some sort - but it's so light and durable that I just can't find a real reason to change.
Lastango
6
Nov 26, 2018
I bought this a year+ ago. My keys occasionally fall off. I think it depresses in my pocket? I don't know. It's a bit of a mystery. Needless to say, I don't use it. Therefore, it's not well made. It is a well finished decoration that fails at it's only purpose. If the "maker" reads this, I'd gladly send back for an inspection of an anomalous defect.
I wonder if the designer of these has any awareness whatsoever of the concepts behind the Bauhaus school of design. I think not. The form is needlessly complex, and not evocative of sans serif fonts. It appears to me that the designer (or marketer rather) just pulled the bauhaus name out of the air.
Detex
530
Jan 27, 2019
Haha! This was one of my thoughts too! Funny stuff, just throw cool looking words around and see what sticks!
wspencer4hire
0
Sep 5, 2018
great idea the cheaper ones can break and cause you to lose your keys. So a well made one would be worth the money if it were made in the USA
Aardvark2
26
Sep 5, 2018
These are no doubt well made and look like a thought out design, but the price is highly non competitive to other functionally and materially identical choices out there.
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