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Black Diamond Wired Hexcentrics

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Black Diamond Wired Hexcentrics
4.2 out of 5 based on 22 user reviews.


Cred: 6
Review by jwwolfe on Dec. 03, 2007
A light alternative to cams. I carry a #11 to supplament #3 and #4 cams on large cracks. Several different angles provides a veriaty of placements. The wire also alows for a little extra reach when placeing them.
I do not recomend cliping the rope into the wire, this may wiggle them out once you climb past. A sling will fix this.
If you want to clip straight into a hex I suggest the Wild country's slung hexes.


Cred: 1096
Review by jeepnphreak on Dec. 21, 2010
Simple and easy to use. Plus yo can use them to aleart bears as you approach ^_^
The larger size are lighter than cams of equal size.
not sure I like thme
Lots of cow bells out there, I like the Look of the Metolus Curved hexes.


Cred: 1321
Review by MikePB on Feb. 27, 2011
I only use the large sizes of these at Joshua tree to supplement cams. Being from the east coast I don't use a lot of huge pro. They are bomber and easy to place.
Noisy on your rack banging against each other. I feel like I am walking around with pots and pans banging. A bit heavy.


Cred: 844
Review by genghis on Aug. 21, 2012
Great for doubling up without a lot of weight in sizes. Great pieces to help new climbers protect in larger sizes.
Nothing says newbie like the jingle of cowbells coming down the path. Recommend also switching the wires out with slings.
Rockcentrics


Cred: 218
Review by NorCalNomad on Mar. 01, 2013
The 10 and 11 are great for supplementing wide cams cheaply and lightly. Having a large variation between narrrow and wide placements
You sound like a cow when these are racked, smaller ones not worth buying for more than $5 each
DMM hexes


Cred: 335
Review by JacksonLandFill on Jul. 09, 2013
Cheaper than cams. Great addition to any rack. Ideal in parallel sided placements. Economic way to double up. Good for anchors. mid and large place nicely.
super floppy... can be rehung with proper cord and knots. Cowbells on approach. Smallest ones are trickier to place.
Metolius Curved Hex


Cred: 484
Review by fb_775474335 on Jun. 23, 2008
Usual, solid black diamond construction.
none that i can tell yet but haven't had a chance to place them.


Cred: 30
Review by mfrench on Aug. 19, 2008
Great piece of pro...cables tend to be long and flexible enough to make useful camming placements, and stopper placements seem to fit great
#'s 10 and 11 are huge cowbells, #3 is slung with a 6kN rated cable...(usually just carry #4-#9


Cred: 54
Review by fb_507277362 on Jan. 14, 2008
good, place well
know the hex's well to ensure a quick placement
WC Rockcentrics
easier to place, harder to rack


Cred: 1073
Review by scottydo on Sep. 02, 2008
Feel bomber when placed. Colorful
Noisy if that matters to you.


Cred: 507
Review by IanW1960 on Sep. 14, 2008
Versatile.
The big hexes make a musical clanking sound that yells "newbie" to everyone in earshot.


Cred: 52
Review by fb_1030170280 on May. 24, 2008
they fit amazingly well, very light
on bigger sizes the cable bends making it harder to place


Cred: 274
Review by lumineferusother on Jun. 25, 2008
Great for funky cracks


Cred: 4460
Review by jonnymtman on Mar. 10, 2009
Easy to place and can take a beating


Cred: 28
Review by heylookitsjames on Feb. 16, 2011
What can I say, they're bomber.
Perlon would be better.


Cred: 41
Review by mountain_racer on Apr. 15, 2008
Essential classics


Cred: 73
Review by forsakenclimber on Apr. 28, 2008
Wired is amazing for accurate placing


Cred: 31
Review by krosbakken on Sep. 24, 2008
great basic hexes


Cred: 44
Review by drflex on Jan. 11, 2012
Easy to place. Bomber Placements.


Cred: 4
Review by Chalk Bag on Jul. 28, 2008
it's a hex


Cred: 420
Review by San Dog Scotty on Aug. 15, 2008
Good brand
None


Cred: 25
Review by Merdynn on Apr. 07, 2011
great price
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