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Not to bust your nuts or anything, but your stopper placements aren't the easiest to clean, so make sure your climbing partner has DMM's Nutbuster Nut Tool. This stainless steel tool tapers to clean micros and offsets better. Remove the rubber handle to expose the spanner for tightening the bolts, and replace the rubber handle with a different color from DMM's assortment.
DMM Climb Nut Buster C1251. The rubber handle can also be taken off to use the 17mm spanner useful for tightening those loose bolts.
The DMM Nutbuster Nut Tool does more than simply help dislodge jammed nuts. The 10mm spanner wrench on the handle can tighten loose bolts and the rubber handle gives you a sure grip.
You might be thinking that a nut key is just a nut key, plain and simple - it's just a piece of metal that dislodges jammed nuts? What else could anybody do to improve that? Quite a lot it seems. The more we got into the design process, the more we realised how much we could improve upon the standard designs. First off we gave it a wide rubber handle to make it easy to hold, so no more skinned knuckles when your hand slips off and rags against the rock. The rubber handle stops the metal digging into your hand when you hit a stuck nut. The rubber handle can also be taken off to use the 17mm wrench, useful for tightening loose bolts. It's made from the finest Sheffield stainless steel, laser cut to a precise shape which tapers down so that you can reach into narrow placements.