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DMM Peenut Set No. 1-5

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    Get yourself a five-pack of tiny DMM Peenuts to protect the thinness when you're on the rock.

    This five-set of DMM Peenuts should be on your rack every time you cast off on an ultra-thin aid or sketchy trad pitch. Their color-coded anodized heads make it easy to select the right size, and slightly tapered heads increase security in flaring cracks. These little guys fit perfectly in pin scars, tiny seams, and that little pocket on your project that doesn't quite fit your fingers.
    • Item #DMM0007

    Tech Specs

    [heads] 100% aluminum, [cable] 100% steel
    [ 1] 4 kN, [ 2] 5 kN, [ 3] 5 kN, [ 4] 8 kN, [ 5] 8 kN
    Claimed Weight
    (each) ,3 oz
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are great small nuts. They have an offset wedge shape that can fit in some spots that the standard small nuts cannot. The kN strength is good, especially for the 4 and 5; the other three smaller sizes are great for building equalized rats nests, etc. The black wrap on the bond of the nuts is excellent, and double wrapped so it is really nice for fiddling my placements in, as the entire nut stays a bit more stiff until I set it in its place. I am extremely satisfied with these lightweight nuts, and am happy to have more options on my rack to solve problems.

    Great Product

      I've been super stoked on these and I think that anyone climbing in the Wasatch should add these to their rack. It's true what is said "These little guys fit perfectly in pin scars, tiny seams, and that little pocket on your project that doesn't quite fit your fingers." They really do fit into tiny seams and little scars and work perfectly every time.

      Great for scars

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These stoppers are key for climbing in places like Yosemite or Zion. They love to fill up pin scars and flared cracks. They are a must have for anyone who deals with flared stuff on a regular basis.

      Thin and Awkward.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      These have some nice bite to them (brass is a bit better), and they fit in super weird and thin placements. As a previous review stated, these are awesome in granite and place well in flared cracks. The construction of these is super solid, and I can tell that they're going to last.

      Can you say pin scar?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are a must for the granite climber! They clean up in pin scars and small flared cracks. They fit where other gear cannot giving you the peace of mind needed to fire through a thin crux. I find that in some cases these guys have taken the R out of the routes rating! Get a set of these.

      The best!

        These little guys are the perfect compliment to any set of stoppers. They lock perfectly into pin scars where other standard stoppers might otherwise shift or not feel secure. I highly recommend these stoppers to any climber looking for an advantage when it comes to protecting thin cracks.

        what are the sizes of these compared to regular stoppers? ie will I have an overlap between a size 1 WC rock, 1 dmm wallnut, or BD 3 and the larger sizes of the peenuts or are they usefully smaller? I don't want more of the same nut; I want something smaller and can't find the answer anywhere!

        Obviously, the size is the same as that of the normal nut range of the wallnuts. The same color means the same size although a different shape because the peenuts are offsets. So the two smallest peenut sizes do not overlap with the normal wallnut set but the three larger do. #1 rock = #1 wallnut = (roughly) a #3 or 4 BD stopper.