Black Diamond 10mm Dynex Dogbone
Nice and light with an internal keeper.
Nice and light with an internal keeper.
A bigger size than the biggest WC or DMM hex.
Nice big size, makes a light weight anchor.
An old time classic that's still popular.
Super light 73g NOTE: This device only works with ropes from 6.9mm to 9mm. Sweet spot 8.1mm - 8.5mm.
Heavier than the Reverso and the wire is stiffer, but it will last longer.
A more simple version of the CT Click Up.
Very light and compact.
The basic ATC taken to the next level, the wire is fairly stiff and the device quite heavy.
Seems to work better than White Gold.
Really good for taking photos - you can sit facing out with your back against the wall. Hang it off your Grigri for those massive cleaning jobs.
Choice of two sizes, nice to see natural bristles on brushes.
Useful little set to compliment the wire brush.
Heavy duty day pack, ideal for the gym or multi-pitching, choice of three colours.
An ideal bag if you want to carry the rope in your pack. Huge tarp, but pretty thin fabric.
The gold standard for strength, range, reliability and value in medium to large cams. All new models. Note: Sizes 4, 5 & 6 have a trigger catch.
Really light, much sturdier than I thought they'd be. Colours nice and bright.
Great small cams.
Don't know why they're not more popular. Great in flaring cracks or horizontal breaks, buy as an extra set to back up your double set of C4's.
Of all the caps we've had over the years these have been the best and most popular.
White Gold chalk in a useful canister.
Iconic BD t-shirt in organic cotton.
If you like the Grappling hook you"ll love this one.
Great fit, fingers not too long like most gloves. Save the hands when belaying and rope handling. Incredible value for money.
Makes a great toiletry bag!
A great pack for rock - simple and solid, halfway between a hiking pack and a haul bag.
A small heavy duty pack, make a great bag for the drill.
Light weight and minimalist, BD make the best daisys I've seen.
A little bit more energy absorbing than Dynex, but far heavier and bulkier.
Taco style, upgraded model.
Great if you want to make a longer quickdraw, but don't like doubling 60cm slings.
Most people like the 10mm width - great for extending runners.
Nicer than anything else out there.
Something to play with in the office, it does work! Used to use an old tennis ball back in the day.
A good solid entry level quickdraw.
The hook I mainly use, and I have had a few. I find it really useful when bolting (use with a daisy chain or anchor chain).
Cheap, robust, good entry level helmet, now redesigned for a better fit.
Half Dome helmet now designed for women, including a pony tail notch.
The snag free feature of these carabiners is unusual for most wiregates.
A good, cheap, entry level pad.
Handy for keys etc, comes in two sizes.
12mm Dynex is strong and has little bulk, but at 87.5cm it may be a little short for some climbers.
A great liquid chalk, very good for humid conditions.
A classic, larger bag, very popular.
Colours are brighter than the images show.
A classic popular bag in two-tone.
Great! They don't tend to pull through the rock as the brass ones do.
An aluminium version of the Jive Wire.
With the same technology as the adult harness.
A great priced harness with really nice gear loops.
Black Diamonds most popular harness. New model.
A lot of pad for your dollars, but will still fit into a small car. Love the nonslip bottom.
One of the better buckets I've seen. Magnetic closure, quick, easy and effective.
A great value set of carabiners, colour matched, work out at only $13.16 each, now stocking the new 2018 model.
Black Diamond's premier full keylock quickdraw, nice colours.
A nice, versatile little carabiner.
Classic nut tool with bottle opener.
A great price - nylon slings are a very popular classic.
Probably the best small nut out there. Comes with free carabiner. Over the years I have taken a number of falls on the smaller sizes, although it's not recommended. Any nut is better than no nut!
Makes a great companion to the ordinary micro stoppers. Don't know why offsets aren't more popular, I use mine all the time.
Should be a useful nut, quite different from the DMM offset. If you're after two sets of offsets I'd suggest one of each.
Configure as either a 20cm or 30cm draw that can extend to 60cm.
An absolute necessity for long wandering routes. I tend to carry more of these on long multi-pitch routes than I do ordinary draws.