Black Diamond Camalot C3 Cam-01-Red

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Black Diamond Camalot C3 Cam-01-Red - Black Diamond Camalot C3 Rock Climbing Cam - The Camalot C3 Cam by Black Diamond has you covered from aid seams to tip cracks. With up to 30 percent less head width than any other micro cam, they fit in more places, more securely than other camming units. The unique thin-profile stems are laterally stiff for slotting in tight placements, but flexible over edges for an evenly dispersed load. Compression-spring driven with interlocking cam heads for bite in uneven cracks and color-coded for easy identification and a wide range of sizes the C3 has something for everyone. Whether you are a trad or aid climber you will come to love the Camalot C3 Cam by Black Diamond.


  • Size 000 is for direct aid only


  • 30 percent narrower
  • More secure
  • Color coded
  • Compression spring driven
  • 1.94 oz - 55 g
  • Flexible stem
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I've been a little skeptical of the C3's and been content with TCU's, Mastercams and Aliens for the little stuff. But succumbing to extensive peer-pressure, I have been racking up a few lately and have been very happy with their ease of placement and apparent stability. I have not noted any torque issues or sticky triggers, and in general the C3's seemed a little easier to remove than the TCU's after having been weighted. Speaking of TCU's, I have fairly big mitts and find that the C3's are much easier to grab for dicey spots where quick placement is desired. Overall it's looking like C3's have earned a permanent place on my rack and have perhaps bumped TCU's to a back-up role.
John at on 02/28/2013
The C3 design works great in the correct orientation. Due to the stiffness of the body, it can be torqued out of position if the direction of the force is against the side. If placed properly, it's a bomber piece.
Geoffrey at on 02/28/2013