17 Oct

Why should you use an S-biner ?
That’s a great question. First let me explain what it is and what is the difference between an S-biner and a regular karabiner.
The karabiner is shaped as an S, maybe that’s why it’s called an S-biner (don’t know what biner stands for though …). Compared to a regular karabiner, you get a double-gated design which is very practical. The S-biner comes in different sizes, materials (stainless steel, glass filled nylon meaning plastic) and colors to match your needs and purse color.

The ones I use are the #0,#2, #3 and also the #5. I also discovered the Ahhh, a bottle opener that married a double-gated karabiner.

    • I use the #0 to hold keys, mini-sharpies …
    • The #2 is for tying my purse to my chair while at a restaurant, or to clip my bottle of water to my messenger bag (up to 4,5kgs)
    • The #3 holds my Klean Kanteen bottle. It supports weight, up to 11kgs !!
    • The Ahhh has the same ability to bind stuff together but it’s also a bottle opener in case you need one while on the move … you never know!

ChaseIt or BeChased ?

ChaseIt because it’s really small, easy to use, it will bring color in your work life as well as in your personal activities and it will fit all your needs (I use mines as keyholder, to secure my bag when I take the metro to avoid shoplifting, to carry my bottle of water tied to my bag, …). Also, the price isn’t excessive. It starts at 2,19$ for the #0; 1,69$ for #2; 2,99$ for the #3 and 3,99$ for the Ahhh.
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13 Responses to “S-biner”

  1. Eloise May 1, 2014 at 1:23 AM #

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this article
    and the rest of the site is also really good.


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