Supair Stainless Steel 45mm Karabiner


Product code: SUPAR-45MM-SS-TWLK-KRB

Live stock status. See our Shipping and Stock page for more details. 5 in stock

When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page

Status: Current model

Condition: New

Stainless steel 45mm paragliding carabiners with twist-lock release for paraglider riser to harness connections. Developed for harnesses with wider webbing straps.

Sold individually. The price is for one karabiner. Order two if you want a pair.

Design and colours may vary from those shown e.g. the karabiner body and gate may be different, depending on stock availability. If you order more than one karabiner then if possible we will send matching ones, if not we will send what we have in stock. If you are particular about colour then check before ordering.

Supair 45mm Stainless Steel Twist-Lock Karabiner

Stainless steel carabiners designed to connect the paraglider risers to the paragliding harness with 45mm wide webbing straps, or less.

Doubly-protected opening: first, slide the sleeve; second, turn the sleeve a quater turn to release.

Popular for tandem paragliding use i.e. attaching the tandem paraglider risers to the paragliding tandem spreader bars. At 64mm long, they are shorter than most other stainless stell paragliding carabiners available.



  • Developed for solo, tandem and aerobatic flying (acro)
  • Size: 45mm wide (at base) x 64mm long (high)
  • Harness webbing strap width: 45 mm
  • Diameter: 12 mm
  • Weight: 130 grams


  • Dual safety locking system
  • Individually tested
  • Production lot identification number
  • Breaking strain: > 2500 daN


  • Stainless steel

Sold individually


Should the carabiners be lubricated?

Paragliding carabiners are silicone lubricated during assembly and do not require additional treatment afterwards, except if polluted with sand or other foreign agents. In case of the latter, clean thoroughly with detergent, rinse, dry, and lubricated with thin oil as used for climbing gear – Do not use grease! Regularly check the carabiners proper functioning!

What is a carabiners life span?

Contrary to the carabiners used in climbing, those made for paragliding are not subjected to impact. We however strongly recommend replacing them every 5 years or sooner when visibly damaged and/or becoming difficult to close and lock in place.

What are these carabiners made of?

Stainless steel.

Additional Information

Condition New
Shipping Details When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page
Model Status Current model

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