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CAMP Tricam Evo Set 0.25 - 1.5

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$95.93
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CAMP Tri Cams are a unique design and are hugely versatile. The latest EVO style tri-cams have 3 placement modes, 1 active and 2 chock style passive modes. They can be used in horizontal cracks and breaks, parallel sided cracks and pockets. They can even be used in shot holes in grit or slate where nothing else will work.

This is a set of the first Tri Cam Evo's, sizes 0.25 - 1.5.

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CAMP Tri Cams are a unique design and are hugely versatile. The latest EVO style tri-cams have 3 placement modes, 1 active and 2 chock style passive modes. They can be used in horizontal cracks and breaks, parallel sided cracks and pockets. They can even be used in shot holes in grit or slate where nothing else will work.

This is a set of the first Tri Cam Evo's, sizes 0.25 - 1.5.

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Based on 12 ratings
4.75

Product reviews (4)

David Hills
David Hills
Mar 02, 2013

I got a these as I thought they'd be a useful addition to my rack. I've now had a chance to try them on some Limestone routes (Wye Valley) and have been very pleased with them.

They work well in passive mode and I even found that I preferred them to a normal nut for some types of placements where the crack has a 'y-shaped' profile as they seem to bed in nicely.

The real magic happens when you get a pocket that nothing else would have gone in (either a cam or a nut) and, even on a single day's climbing I found a few good pockets like that.

My seconds always groaned when I told them that I'd put a Tricam in because they were expecting a battle to get them out. When they got to them though, they never got stuck and were no more trouble to clean than a nut would be.

In short: a very useful addition to my rack and they feel very secure when they go in.

GORDON RAMSAY
GORDON RAMSAY
Aug 29, 2012

USFULL ADDITION TO YOUR RACK. GIVES THE OPURTUNITY TO FROVIDE PRO IN POCKETS WHEN THE NORMAL CAMES ETC DONT APPLY

Dan Fox
Dan Fox
Nov 14, 2010

I thought I'd get a set of these to save money buying cams/friends. I've climbed with them a few times on differing granites and I like them a lot. They hold firm when you get the placement right and instill confidence. In short, I trust them and they're worth having.
But it is worth bearing in mind that they don't do away with cams/friends, or nuts for that matter; they usually take slightly longer to place than other gear and can sometimes be a bit fiddly. With practice you get faster, and they do fit in some spaces where nuts don't and cams/friends feel a little awkward. In other words, as much as I wish they did away with mechanical cams, they don't. Sometimes when you're hanging and you only have a few seconds of strength left in which to place a piece of gear, only a cam/friend will do.

Thomas Bojer Eltorp
Thomas Bojer Eltorp
Jun 05, 2010

The tricam is something in between a friend and a nut.
Depending on where you climb they are anything from marginal of use to priceless.

I prefer them over friends in horizontal cracks, especially the not overly deep ones. They can turn a marginal placement into a bomber one.

You will read people claiming them to be hard to clean, but if you take the time to work these out before putting them to use on a serious climb they will prove easy to clean.

They can be a little fiddly to place though.

the red and brown have saved my rear at least once each.

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