Black Diamond Camalot C3

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Free Shipping. Black Diamond Camalot C3 FEATURES of the Black Diamond Camalot C3 Heads are 30% narrower yet C3s are more secure, dependable and fit in more placements than other camming units Compression-spring driven with interlocking cam heads for bite in uneven cracks Flexible stem is laterally stiff for tight placements Color-coded for easy identification and wide range of sizes Neutrino or Oz Rackpack available for easy racking (see Carabiner section)

- Moosejaw

Black Diamond Camalot - Averaging 30% narrower heads than any other 3- or 4-cam units on the market. Patent-pending interlocking cams allow for solid placements in narrow constrictions and pin scars. Patent-pending compression drive springs push each cam indepently with greater force so they hold better in tough placements. U-stem design provides a balanced combination of stiffness and flexibility. Ribbed trigger and thumb rest improve handling when you're really pumped. Color-coded units and slings for quick and easy ID. Return Policy: Climbing equipment sales are final. In order to guarantee the life saving integrity of the climbing gear we sell -- Appalachian Outdoors cannot accept returns on any life safety climbing or mountaineering equipment.

- Appalachian Outdoors

The new Black Diamond(R) Camalot(TM) C3 cams feature an interlocking cam design for greater placement versatility and reliability.

- REI

Thanks to its incredibly narrow head profile, the Black Diamond Camalot C3 fits in places where other cams just don't stand a chance. As the cams contract, they overlap with each other's stems to increase surface area and holding power. The C3's sizes go way below the standard to help you protect ultra-thin aid lines and cutting-edge trad climbs. In addition, the C3 uses a unique stem design that blurs the lines between single and double stems. A shroud protects the tiny cables from getting jacked while maintaining the flexibility to handle funky placements where stiffer cams lever out and leave you unprotected.

- Backcountry.com