Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain

Priced: $21.95 - $35.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 11 reviews.
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Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain Features.

Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain.
The Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain is a great light weight clip for big wall efficiency during alpine climbing. It is one of the most easy to use Dynex Daisy Chains. Very compact and well designed, for rock climbing and mountaineering. The Black Diamond chain is available in two lengths, to adapt to your climbing or mountaineering needs. It comes with a bottom loop with sewn half twist, for clean girth hitch. It has a strength of : 16 kN, 3597 lbf and Pocket Strength : 3 kN, 674 lbf. The Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain will keep you coming back to the rocks and make your mountaineering more memorable. Product may only be shipped to U.S. addresses, only.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

Key Features.

Fabric:

  • Tight weave for stiff feel

Sizing:

  • Available in two lengths

Features:

  • Very compact
  • For direct aid only
  • Bottom loop with sewn half twist for clean girth hitch
Backcountry.com
The Black Diamond 12mm Dynex Daisy Chain's low-profile design decreases the bulk that plagues aid climbers. Thanks to the thin and incredibly strong Dynex material, the Dynex Daisy Chain causes much less bulk than those beefy nylon daisys you've been using. Black Diamond makes this daisy in two lengths, so you don't have to start up a wall with anything extra.
Moosejaw

Daisy Chains by Black Diamond are precision bar tacked, individually inspected and their end loops have a half-twist for clean girth hitching to your harness.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond 12mm Daisy Chain.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Black Diamond 12mm Daisy Chain.

Mountain Gear
Black Diamond created the Dynex Daisy Chain for high strength and lightweight performance on any wall you choose to challenge.

Al's Sports
A lightweight, abrasion-resistant clip-in for big wall efficiency. Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain Features: Bottom loop with sewn half twist for clean girth hitch Tight weave for stiff feel Very compact Available in two lengths Style number BD390023
Campsaver.com

Black Diamond's 12mm Dynex Daisy is a lightweight, abrasion-resistant clip-in for big wall efficiency.

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Length:55" / 140 cm
Pocket Strength:674 lbf / 3 kN
Strength:3,597 lbf / 16 kN
Weight:1.52 oz / 43 g
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Black Diamond Dynex Daisy Chain Reviews:

Reviews:

I really like this Daisy Chain, but for use as a personal anchor I prefer the Metolius PAS (Personal Anchor System). The main drawback with the Daisy Chain is that it is very easy to clip it in a manner that could lead to a very painful fall. That, and that each loop is only rated to a strength of body weight, that means that if it is shock loaded, it will break, breaking each loop untill it meets the main loop where it could break, but would definately cause damage to yourself.
Bottom Line: Look on BD's website for proper clipping and if your planning on using this as a personal anchor, go with the Metolius PAS (much safer).

Adriano Minniti at Backcountry.com on 07/14/2009

As a beginning climber (less than 1 1/2 years) I appreciate keeping things simple. The Dynex Daisy chain is perfectly suited to use for attaching to the anchor at the top of a pitch.
I have one end of the daisy chain through my harness and then can place the locker 'bnr through any of the remaining loops to make the length perfect for the anchor. When not in use, I run the 'bnr through the end and middle loop and hook to my harness loop and it is out of the way for cimbing. Sweet and simple.
Two lengths available for the tall and small (like me).
~Cindi (first lead: 7/06/09 and pretty excited about it!)

Cindi in AK~Chicks with Sticks at Backcountry.com on 07/08/2009

If you need a way to hang at the belay, or a place to rack your gear, or a piece of webbing to swing from trees with, this is a great way to go. The daisy chain is great for aid climbing, just remember that the loops are sewn to body weight; they are not rated for falls.

Desert Backpacker at Backcountry.com on 05/21/2008

Strong and long enough to keep you comfortable at a hanging belay, but small and light enough to stay out of the way when you're desperately scrabbling for the rope to make a clip before you blow. And they're so thin, they don't get in the way on your belay loop. They live on my harness.

Angus Bohanon at Backcountry.com on 12/10/2008

Like their sling cousins, they are a great mix of lightness and durability. This compromise makes them way less bulky and heavy to drag around while aid climbing, as you already have enough stuff on you...otherwise just tie in with a clove hitch and save even more weight!

Evan Stevens at Backcountry.com on 01/29/2009

Overnighted two of these 55"-ers for an aid climbing trip and backcountry delivered on time. They'd get 5 stars if you could differentiate between the colors a little easier, but I hear pure Dynex only comes in white. Take what you can get!

jec5477362 at Backcountry.com on 06/05/2012

Compact and durable. Dynex always seems to hold up longer than other Dyneema style runners-- I found the 115 length is perfect for you general sport cragging or trad use.

Cory Guru at Backcountry.com on 03/30/2010

Top quality!

Just be careful when using a daisy chain! See videos. When correctly used, a real help for many uses at belay and on long routes
Jhoffmeyer at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2011

light weight, strong and not nearly as bulky as nylon. I just upgraded to this and love it.

Mato at Backcountry.com on 05/28/2009

I use daisy chains a lot. What I like about this one is that is light

pau5068156 at Backcountry.com on 12/19/2011