DMM Alloy Offsets
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The Offsets were originally designed by Hugh Banner, the climbing gear maestro who foundd HB Climbing Equipment. Hugh realised that conventional nuts don t seat well in flared cracks, so he made one that did, and this is it. Well, almost. We updatedt the design by dropping the wire into a recess with a full radium to keep it protected and give extra strength. We also reduced the weight with lightening holes on the two larger sizes. On slightly flared placements nothing fits like an Offset. Get a set as a back up for your Wallnuts and prepare to be converted.Features:Offset alloy nuts on wireWire recessed into top of nut and full wire radius for extra strengthLightening holesColour coded for easy recognition
- Second Ascent
DMM is bringing an old favourite back to the market The high demand for these nuts is because their complex offset shape offers placement opportunities when nothing else will fitThese nuts are based on the famed HB Alloy Offsets and were produced using modified versions of the original HB dies In typical DMM fashion we have brought them into the 21st century with colour coded sizing recessed wires bonded heads to stop slippage from autumn 08 and lightening holes in the largest two sizesNote that this item of climbing safety equipment is nonreturnable Please call us toll free at 8772368428 or email bentgatebentgatecom with any questions
When nothing else will fit, rely on the complex shape of DMM's set of five Alloy Offsets to get the job done. Based on the HB Alloy Offsets, these are the updated version, complete with color-coding, labeling, and recessed wire holes, but with the same all-important unique shape.
- Mountain Gear
This set of DMM Offsets gives you the versatility to protect flaring crack pitches that would otherwise warrant a serious runout. Ideal for both trad and aid climbing, DMM Offsets seat securely in places where regular nuts and cams just won't work. With these anodized aluminum nuts on your rack, previously un-protected stretches of rock become a cakewalk.