Black Diamond Wired Hexentric Nuts

Black Diamond Wired Hexentric Nuts

Black Diamond Wired Hexentric Nuts is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 22.
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Product Description Item No.   10003161

The Wired Hexentric Nuts by Black Diamond is a timeless form of protection that has retained its relevance as the most versatile, inexpensive protection available to climbers. The unique design of the Hex allows each piece to fit four crack confi gurations. Made of 6061-T6 aluminum; durable swaged cable.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Wired Hexentric Nuts

  • Wide range of placements in all conditions of climbing
  • 6061 T-6 aluminum with swaged cables

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Nut Size (#1): 11.4/19 mm
Nut Size (#3): 16.8/24.4 mm
Nut Size (#4): 20.6/27.9 mm
Nut Size (#11): 65/89.2 mm
Nut Size (#2): 14.2/20.8 mm
Nut Size (#7): 33/45.7 mm
Nut Size (#8): 39.1/54.1 mm
Weight: .67 oz
Strength: 10 kN
Nut Size (#6): 27.2/39.1 mm
Best Use: Climbing, Mountaineering and Alpine, Trad Climbing, Big Wall Climbing
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BOMBER & Cheaper than SLCD's Theres nothing more bomber than a hex. They dont have the tendancy to walk like a cam, and .. just place one and you will have the confidence of a baboon during mating season as you climb into the crux. If you are a mortal like me who climbs routs with the occational bomber hand jam or rest stance, you will definately be able to place these puppies- they take a bit more fidgeting than a SLCD but they are an easy way to double or triple up on pro without breaking the bank on SLCD's. Cheaper to bail on in the mountains than SLCD's. I perfer BD hexes over curved hexes like WC or Metolius because there are more placement options with bd, and they sit more bomber than the curved, and I also b
Date published: 2007-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Scares the bears and bites rocks! Size #11 and #10: Double 'em over on the rack and I have yet to need a sling to extend a placement, the wire is super long! On solo trad routes I have put these in horizontal flares and verticals with slight flaring, with a solid yank to place, these won't move. #10 was used as part of a rappel anchor and was easy to remove afterwards. Even a sand covered quartzite liked these (not so with some of my other passive options). Since these "cam" themselves into place, I choose these over my BD nuts! Get a whole set, it's lighter (and cheaper) than cams!
Date published: 2012-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Whoa #11 is big! I go to a school that embrace cowbells as a traditional accompaniment to sports, so I figured hey, why not go for broke and pick up the #11 and see what all this "cow bell" fuss is all about? When I got this thing in the mail I wasn't sure if I should hang from it or use it as a weapon. Finally, on a trip to do some easy trad climbing, I got to use this beast. Unfortunately it was only to keep my belayer from slipping on some leaves and tumbling down a descent corridor and not something more illustrious but hey, it worked!
Date published: 2011-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy it at Moosejaw now, and climb El-Cap, I didn't say that if you get hurt. These are great for building a rack and really good for cracks, because they are alot lighter than big cams and you can still get some bomber placements with them. If cams are too heavy, expensive, for your tastes or you just need some pro. for a certain size get some Hexs. They are also color coded so you can see what your grabbing unless your color blind or there behind your back or your eye's are closed then it doesn't help much. Also great for impressing chicks, but not as good as nuts (stoppers).
Date published: 2006-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very useful part of your climbing rack. When it comes to climbing, it's all about looking good, and nothing makes you look better than Black Diamond Wired Hexentric Nuts. Chicks dig the colors. They're versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. The #11 Hex is a little long and can get in your way, but its good for big cracks. They're also much lighter than SLCDs. They can be usefull as bear repellent: simply climb up on a boulder with a bear under it, place your rack on the rock making a loud sound and watch said bear flee.
Date published: 2006-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works when you need em to! These things are great for what they're designed for. They do not replace cams, and at the more difficult spectrum of climbing, are often altogether left out of the equation. But for the beginner looking for a few extra cheap pieces, or the budding alpinist looking for lightweight protection that is cheap to bail off of, these things rock. I rarely leave the ground without a few and they get placed on nearly every climb. Nothing feels more solid than a bomber Hex!
Date published: 2010-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As solid as the rock around it I originally bought the number 10 and 11 of these hexes. After a couple of trips out to the crags I decided to double up on the top two sizes and buy down to the number 7. I've talked with a lot of people that don't like cowbells, but that is because they expect them to be as easy to set as a cam. They are more difficult to place, however, when I get one in I would take it over a cam any day. Solid stuff.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from cowbells kinda rock hard. I carry cowbells. thats right, i said it and i love them. they rock. sure i sound and look like a noob but you know what. they get me up at a quarter of the price of cams. and i'd rather fall on nothing else. look at the things. they're friggin huge pieces of metal. nothing is sweeter and cheaper than a good hex placement. so buy em. you know you want em. they also make really good windchimes!
Date published: 2005-10-05
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