NOW: £35.00 RRP: £45.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £45.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £45.00

Product Code: E1110013

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The DMM 4CU's light weight is a noticeable advantage when packing in or climbing with a full rack. An average 20% weight saving means that the climber can "sew up cracks" with a much lighter rack. Another way of looking at it is that climbers can place 20% more cams, feel much more secure, and still come out even on the weight. Less weight with more protection ... who wouldn't love that? Each cam is rated to 14 kN in the active, working position with the quick release sling doubled, and 12 kN with sling fully extended. The passive strength of the cams, resting on their stops, is 10 kN.


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Product Features

  • Weight : 100g
  • Strength : 12/14 kN
  • Passive strength : 10kN
  • Range : 29-44mm

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First choice when I'm reaching for gear.
Reviewed By Martin, 07 Aug 2012

I have a few 4CUs, and a couple of WC friends. For me, as a less than spectacular climber, the 4CU is always the first choice. I like the double stem design, which makes it easier to handle and easier to place with even cam lobes, while the double sling is great, I generally end up using it fully extended. I suppose the main issue with the double stem is placing it in smaller cracks, but in the bigger sizes it wins hands down for me.