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    The DMM Wallnut Set is the bread and butter of your trad rack.

    Rack up with the DMM Wallnut Set on your next trad climbing trip, and they'll amaze you with their easy selection and solid placement. Their color-coded anodized heads help you pick the right size the first time, so you can quickly slot the nut in a bomber constriction and move on before the pump clock starts ticking. Wallnuts also have a curved taper with a vertical concave slot to help them seat solidly in strangely shaped cracks.
    • Item #DMM0010

    Tech Specs

    [head] 100% aluminum, [cable] 100% steel
    [ 1] 7 kN, [ 2] 9 kN, [ 3] 11 kN, [ 4] 12 kN, [ 5] 12 kN, [ 6] 12 kN, [ 7] 12 kN, [ 8] 12 kN, [ 9] 12 kN, [ 10] 12 kN, [ 11] 12 kN
    Claimed Weight
    (1) ,5 oz, (2-5) 1 oz, (6-7) 1.5 oz, (8) 1.6 oz, (9-10) 1.9 oz, (11) 2.5 oz
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Great addition to your rack

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are a great addition to your rack, for just over a hundred bucks you can add 11 new pieces, and maybe 7 of those will get used all the time. I have only placed the smallest sizes a handful of times, but all the medium to larger sizes are super useful. Also I really like the small groove in the nut, I feel it helps to get extra secure placements in funky cracks

    A double edged sword

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    They seat very securely on uneven rock (where the classic BD stoppers would struggle a bit) and I'd definitely trust my life to them. However, they're a pain in the ass to remove if you've weighted them. Great for knobby rock but be careful.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I really enjoy most of DMM's gear but all of their stoppers are totally bomber. I know guys & girls who will only use DMM's brass offsets and no other offset. Personally I bought the DMM's because of all the excellent reviews and then every time I go climbing someone will make a positive comment on me rocking DMM nuts. So, over all. It just feels right! The only negative thing I've ever heard is, if you take a big fall on them. You might not get it back out of the rock. That's fine with me! I'd rather have it stuck forever than have it fail. Nuts are replaceable.

    Nice Nuts!

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

    I picked these as they were the top rated stoppers in every review I'd read. I now see why. Their design is brilliant as they will self-cam into even the most parallel of cracks and they hold well. I haven't taken a fall on one yet, but I trust that they'll hold.

    Tip: If you are buying a full set, it is about $7 cheaper to but the small set (1-6) and the big set (7-11) separate as opposed to the full set (1-11]. It's not just BC either. Everyone prices them this way.

    They hold!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These nuts are great. I have not used any other nuts but have had friends use them and they say they just fit a little better than other nuts they have used. That being said I have only taken one small fall on them and they held. They are super easy to place and they just fit the wall really nice!

    Comparison of BD Nuts to Wallnuts

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

    I just got my first set of Wallnuts today. I've climbed using BD nuts for long time and after reading tons of stellar reviews for these I wanted to see what the difference is. Being day 1 I haven't had a chance to use them yet but when I do I'll try to update this review. But here is a desktop comparison:

    My Standard rack of BD nuts comes with 13 nuts, these Wallnuts come in a set of 11. Essentially, BD's 1, 2, and 3 are all smaller than the Wallnut 1. On the other end the BD 13 is slightly smaller than the Wallnut 11.


    This was some what disappointing. I was hoping the Wallnuts would come in lighter than the BD's, (better materials, less nuts should save some weight right?) Well, the full set of BD's come in at 14.6 oz while the full set of Wallnuts weigh in at 15 oz. So slightly more weight, less nuts.

    However, after reading how easy they are to place with that unique geometry I'm exciting to give these nuts a try. (For some reason this discussion always cracks me up...)

    Comparison of BD Nuts to Wallnuts

    So I've climbed on these Wallnuts a bit this summer. They place fairly easily, and seem to remove well, but not perfect. I set a #1 in the Tetons which instantly became permawegged (without yarding or any kind of weight). But that happens with nuts. Overall I'm happy with them, I think their unique geometry does give them a slight advantage over the BD's I've been using, but if you already have a set of BD's I wouldn't say you need to replace them with these, unless your curious as I was, then give them a go.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are lightweight and we haven't had any problems with them getting stuck thus far...

    They are highly recommended by nearly all the gear heads and I concur, these are the best nuts on the market.

    As others have mentioned they are color coded for easy identification.

    While they are a little more expensive than the competition the extra money is well spent. Why you ask?

    They are easy to identify, easy to place, easy to clean, bomb proof and lightweight.

    Well done DMM!

    Thank you!

    (Pic-Racking up for another cold weather send here in the East!)


    Best nuts a climber could ask for.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The DMM Wallnuts are the only cajones you need for scary trad climbs. The shape, design, and color-coded scheme make it fast-and-easy to place-and-go, and cleaning these beauties hasn't been a pain yet. These things feel lighter than the competition, and they definitely aspire confidence while climbing. Ditch the cams and sew up cracks with just these wallnuts; I'll buy you a beer if you do.

    Great Nuts

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I don't think I can say much that hasn't already been mentioned in other reviews, or the DMM Video, so I'll just say these are very good nuts.

    I will add that I use my DMM offset nuts more often, even though it's a smaller set. But both are excellent and unique nuts and one type will work better depending on the situation. I carry both sets on my rack, because they're both so useful, versatile, bomber, and light compared to other gear. The full Wallnut set is probably more versatile than the offsets, and it covers a greater range, so that's a great foundation for your rack. But I highly recommend picking up the offsets also.

    Last set of stoppers you'll ever buy.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The shape on these things is tops. They sit so well when placed correctly in pods and constrictions. They have a bit longer head, with more surface area, which allows for more contact with the rock. The contoured shape allows for a tight placement and a slight cam when engaged. Great sizing range as well for the price!

    Great Nuts

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These seem to always fit well, and come out quickly. The well-proportioned design makes any one size fit a good variety of cracks. The solid and well disigned feel of the nuts give you the confidence you need for that run out to the next good placement. I highly recommend these nuts over a comprable BD set.


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I just bought these (7-11) as the first part of my trad rack. I spent a week in Joshua Tree using them to fill out my partner's rack. I was climbing "Orphan"(5.9, F.A. 1954) and hitting a harder section when I saw a charming constriction at face level. I threw in the #11 and it looked bomber. Then I flipped it 180 degrees and I could tell that the gods themselves has blessed this placement. I continued my struggle upwards until I took a fall about 8 feet above the nut. My partner of course sunk his ass to the ground, offering me literally the least dynamic catch of all time. As I regained composure, I complained that my balls had been squashed by the harness, but from that moment on, I knew that my nuts were indestructible.

    In summary, I think a dirtbag I met said it the best. "Man, I really hate brand loyalty... BUT DMM NUTS ARE THE BEST ****ING NUTS."

    Now I look at BD nuts like, "Bro, do you even lift?"

    Good nuts...

      I have set of these, and a set of BD nuts. Holding them side by side they are pretty much identical in size with the difference being the BD nuts are not as tall as the DMM. The BD's are stubbier. I prefer the DMM in the larger sizes (~7-10) because there is more of a sideways taper making a sideways placement much better. Keep in mind that placing small nuts sideways is usually not recommended but placing large nuts sideways is a good bomber trick I've learned recently. Also, in the larger sizes they seem to be a tad lighter as well.

      For the smaller sizes I reach for the BD's out of habit and familiarity. The plus for the DMM's are the grooves them which makes placing them on/around little crystals possible, and a little more secure. More noticeable in places like Jtree, and less noticeable in smooth granite like in the Sierra. Hard to clean? in theory yes... but in practice I've never placed one that didn't come out. Usually if a nut is stuck it would be stuck regardless of having little notches in them.

      can't complain

        i like these things a ton. can't say they're really all that different from other nuts i've used. without using them side-by-side it's hard to say which ones work "better." if i don't fall and get hurt, i'd consider these things to be doing their job. so far the'yre a-OK!

        Why does the 1-11 set cost more than the 1-6 and 7-11 sets combined? Shouldn't it cost the same or less, since we're buying more?

        When will the 1-11 set be available for...

        When will the 1-11 set be available for purchase?

        Hey , what racking biner would You recommend...

        Hey , what racking biner would You recommend for those puppies ? I was thinking about Black Diamond OvalWire Carabiner but it has notched wire gate and its heavier than any wire gate biner for egz CAMP USA Orbit Wire which is cheaper. I wanted to take two biners to go with DMM Wallnuts - bigger sizes on one and smaller sizes on the other. Also I wanted to buy a racking biner for tricams. What do You think? Is it better to buy lighter but a bit smaller biners for racking stoppers? Or maybe with keylock? - som say that notched gate prevents of losing stoppers ;)

        Best Answer

        Although I have BD stoppers, I really like my setup of 1 Dynotron for larger nuts and 1 Nitron for smaller nuts. Both biners are large, keylock, and have bright and distinctive colors. I don't like the way ovals sit on my rack, and find that as long as you have fewer than 7 nuts on a biner, they sit nicely on D's. You do have to be somewhat careful to keep them from falling off while placing them, but this happens even with notched gates, and i think the convenience of smooth operation is worth this extra diligence.

        I rack Tricams all on a single orbit keylock. It is more important to have your tricam biner be keylock than your Wallnut biners, because the only thing that the webbing wants to do is get caught in the notch. Tricams are funky enough as it is.


        I'm doing something similar to how you would do it. I've got a set of 1-11 Wallnuts racked on 3 wiregate carabiners (for small, medium and large nuts). I'm not too fussed by the carabiners themselves, and have BD Neutrinos and DMM Phantoms (v light). I like the conventional shape of these carabiners for racking, and have never considered an oval.

        Basically an average wiregate is enough, so just get a cheap one from a decent brand that isn't excessively heavy.

        A non-clean nose is probably quite handy for not losing nuts, but can be quite annoying when you want to get a nut off the racking biner. I don't worry too much about losing nuts off my biner to choose between clean/non-clean noses. However, I've lost a biner of nuts, because the biner itself didn't clip on cleanly to a friend's harness (carrying lots of gear)... subtle difference there.

        Got a question: Is it better to take 1 -...

        Got a question: Is it better to take 1 - 6 set and for egz double it and for bigger cracks - the cams? Or to take full set of 1 - 11 ? Are those bigger ones are useful and easy to handle?

        Depends on where you are climbing, the types of routes/difficulty, personal preference and skill.
        The larger sizes are certainly useful.
        You may find that a whole rack of these is useful and then double up on the sizes that are used the most in your climbing. And leave behind sizes that never get used.

        Is there a size chart for these, thinking...

        Is there a size chart for these, thinking of getting a set but need to know sizes. thanks!

        Best Answer

        "Joint collaboration with Wild Country to standardise colour recognition (DMM make the light weight, coloured Rocks for Wild Country)." As cited from

        So, that said,

        Here are the size charts for the Wild Country Rocks:

        Climb On.

        Does it come with all of the ones in the...

        Does it come with all of the ones in the pics?