Black Diamond Hexentrics

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Black Diamond Hexentrics -
Classic, simple, lightweight, functional protection. Black Diamond Wired Hexentric #4 has an asymmetrical cross-section, flat sides and slight end-wise taper to offer three different widths when turned on their axes, and another when placed end-wise. Hexes come with durable, galvanized steel cables.


  • Color coded by size for easy identification.


  • Offset hex design offers multiple placement options.
  • Lightweight durable and easy to clean.
  • Excellent in dirty cracks and wet conditions.
Mountain Gear
Whether you’re just starting out, avoiding expensive SLCD’s or supplementing your existing rack, anodized Hexentric set from Black Diamond will become the staple of your rack.
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Country of Origin:China
Strength:10 kN
Weight:4.3 (9)
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Black Diamond Hexentrics Reviews:


Easy to use.

I always liked this type of nut and these work very well. The cable draws seem to hold up very well. It is a shame that after a few uses they look all scratch up, but this is the case with anything anodized.
edcorusa at Mountain Gear on 04/04/2007

#1-3 great addition to rack

#1-3 hexes are 6kN (not 10 kN as listed), but still way strong. Great variety if you love nuts. Definitely add to rack if you only got #4-10 set.
JB at Mountain Gear on 07/07/2007


I use the sizes, # 3, #4, #5 the most. Hardly ever use the really big ones. I would just stick with the middle sizes.
Moh2o at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2008


These are great...simply great...if your thinkin bout buyin em just do it new gear is a good thing.
Taylor at Mountain Gear on 10/10/2009

great Hex

Great piece. Well made, but there is better stuff on the market. is usually cheaper
Mharon at Mountain Gear on 06/06/2010

Compliment to rack

A poor climbers substitute that compliments any rack.
Navigator at Mountain Gear on 05/05/2008