Black Diamond Stopper Classic Rock Climbing Nuts (5-11)

Priced: $63.90 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Black Diamond Stopper Classic Rock Climbing Nuts (5-11) - Black Diamond Stopper Set Classic 5 - 11 - The Stopper Classic Nut Set (5-11) by Black Diamond gives you the most indispensable sizes of this essential piece of gear. Racked on a Micron carabiner, this nut set is a must have for every trad rack. Designed with a transverse taper that permits sideways placements in flares and shallow seams. These beauties are anodized by size so they are quickly identifiable, have rounded edges which make for easy removal and each stopper is equipped with a durable, galvanized steel cable. If you are looking for something to add to your rack that provides plenty of bite, you have found it with the Stopper Classic Nut Set (5-11) by Black Diamond.

Sizing:

  • Round edges (smaller sizes are straight for better surface contact)
  • Anodized by size

Features:

  • Steel cables
  • Transverse taper
  • Durable aluminum heads
  • Racked on a Micron carabiner
  • 9.9 oz - 281 g
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Black Diamond Stopper Classic Rock Climbing Nuts (5-11) Reviews:

Reviews:

I'm building a rack to get out in JTree. These are simple to place and reasonably priced. They aren't the lightest set of nuts, but probably won't be an issue since I'm not doing huge multipitch routes. I was able to set up a ton of fun JT top rope anchors with just this set, some long slings, webbing, and a number 3 camelot. A lot of bang for my buck.
Dawn at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/06/2013
This was the first I bought for starting the rack. Not much of a rack but with borrowed gear I still ended up using these a lot. Nice shape, but need some narrower to have more options. As far as size, good selection, used the smaller ones most, but guess it depends on where you climb.
Niclas at OutdoorPlay.com on 03/06/2013