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Wild Country Pro-Key Nut Tool with Leash

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    • Silver, One Size
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    No pro left behind.

    If you can't retrieve a piece of stuck pro with the Wild Country Pro-Key Nut Tool, that stopper is there to stay. This Wild Country nut tool includes an integrated wire-gate carabiner, so you don't have to add unnecessary weight to your rack. The Pro-Key also has a flattened end, so you can get really agro with the cleaning and not worry about trashing your palm in the process.
    • Item #WDC0025

    Tech Specs

    Material
    aluminum
    Recommended Use
    trad climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    The only nut tool you should consider.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pretty much all nut tools work the same. But this one has a LEASH. No more messing around with carabiners or slings, as this has both integrated into it. One less thing to drop and make you look like a gumby.

    Sweet tool!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Really like my wild country nut tool. Has some real solid features like built in bener, leash, and hand plate thing lol. The little bit of extra weight is worth it in my book! Must have nut tool!

    Sweet tool!

    My favorite nut tool!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is an awesome nut tool. It has a leash-thing that doesn't let you drop it while you're working away, and it has a nice surface for you to smash your palm into after your leader took a fall on a nut. It's great for removing nuts and cams for a very affordable price

    Love the leash!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Dropping a few nut tools from time to time is pretty frustrating , not to mention dangerous. As soon as saw the Wild Country nut tool I knew it would be a must-have. The leash gives me the assurance I need that I'm gonna have this piece from bottom to top of whatever climb I'm working on. Great piece of gear.

    love the palm guard

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    A little heavy duty nut tool never hurts. I never feel bad about rescuing pro or getting booty with this, because the palm guard makes it fun rather than painful. Stretchy lanyard can get annoying but is way better than any cord or elastic. I even bring on alpine climbs because protection is even slimmer and I'd rather not carry too many extra nuts. Only thing missing is an emergency wrench.

    clumsy finger friendly

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tool is great, the wide strike plate on the back if forgiving on your palm and easy to hit with a spare biner, my favorite feature is by far the cord that comes with, in my experience string gets in the way (ie always finds itself wrapped up in one of my cams) and no leash means its going to slip out of my bumbling butter finger hands. this tool is awesome

    Bomber

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    You will not regret adding this piece to your rack. The palm strike surface is a must. The leash is a must (if you have ever dropped your tool you know this). The ONLY gripe I have is that the ring could be in a different spot/smaller, as you end up hitting it with the "assault biner" when trying to free a really stuck nut.

    Best nut tool.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is the best nut tool ever. Leash prevents droppage, and there is a built in biner at the top so you can keep it neat on your harness or sling and even clip gear you are worried about dropping once it comes out. It also has a nice edge on the top for banging on, and sharp sides for gripping the insides of cracks if you need to pry. Unlike the bd nut tool, however, it doesn't have a built in bottle opener.

    palm guard is key

      there's really only a few things i need when looking for a nut tool. gotta be strong enough that it doesn't seem flimsy and i need a palm guard so i can smash my hand against something when i get frustrated with that one piece that just won't come out. this tool has both of those and then they went and added something even more awesome. the little lanyard keeper thing seems kinda goofy but it's actually really handy. makes perfect sense since pretty much everyone i know has to attach a piece of cord to their tool when they're using it anyway. they're one step ahead!

      Love the palm guard

        Yep, this gets the job done, and you'll appreciate the palm whack protector (technical term) when you come across a really stubborn nut. Like other reviewers I wish the clip on the leash was 2mm bigger so it was easier to clip to my BD gear loops, but that's more of an aesthetic issue and doesn't really affect performance.

        Fine but heavy

          For a cadillac nut tool, this is great. But it weighs 3-4 times as much as a similar nut tool that is attached to your harness or a biner with some elastic cord from the fabric store. Because of the weight, I can't recommend it unless you're cleaning lots of pro all day. However, if you're not concerned about weight and want a tool that has it all, get this one.

          Best Nut Tool Ever!

            This is the best nut tool I have ever used! It has a wide but to hit your palm against that doesn't hurt your hand and the stretchy leash is super nice so you don't accidentally drop your tool! This is a must have on any rack!

            Good tool but key ring is annoying

              This is a great tool, mostly for the wide bottom for jamming at stuck nuts. Strong for poking and scraping away at the rock to free your stuck nuts.
              The little cord that attaches it is great, but the big ol key ring gets in the way. If they could find a smaller one, or one that isn't a circle so it doesn't flip over the back when you are picking at you nut it would be better. Figure that out, and its 5 stars...

              I want to do 5 stars i do!

                First the good. the tool had good length, strenth, plam pad, and how is the leash not standard!? Wile working on a cam that was very stuck, going from working the triger and using the tool was a snap becasue I could just drop the tool and go back to my hands.
                the bad is not much but little stuff that I would change. the quality of the leash is second to none!...but why? the leash is far too nice for a nut tool and because of this it's heavy. my friend has the Metalious one thats a little nicer quality if you ask me. This makes me ask, " why not buy that one and just make a light weight leash?? all this aside it's nice and I do recomend it.

                I love the looks of this tool and will...

                I love the looks of this tool and will purchase 1 for sure. I want to know if just the lanyard and biner are available separate?... I want to use it for other tools.

                Thank you.

                I love the looks of this tool and will...
                Best Answer

                Todd,

                Unfortunately, the lanyard and non-climbing strength rated carabiner are not sold separately. However, it would be very easy to recreate your own lanyard if you'd like to use it for other tools. Most hardware stores should have a key lanyard as well as plastic mini carabiners not designed for climbing. Something like this may also fit your needs: http://www.backcountry.com/anglers-accessories-deluxe-net-retractor?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6Y2FyYWJpbmVyOjM6MzI6Y2FyYWJpbmVy

                Im think about this one and Metalious...

                Im think about this one and Metalious Freenut Key. Two questions: 1. The nose of this nut key seems to be quite sharp. Is it like very sharp so it could make a hole in the backpack material (or whatever clothing) when carried in it? Does it tend to get caught on things?
                2. Is the wire-gate biner durable? Any complaints on fast breaking of it?

                Like every nut tool I've ever used of course the pointy end gets caught on things. However I've never had any durability issues and it seems no more likely to punch holds in my pack than my cam lobes. I solved that problem by putting my gear in a lightweight rope bag anyway. The small biner on the cord end is actually advantageous as it's profile is small enough to mostly stay out of the way and under gear. The small size also means you are not likely to unclip it when meaning to unclip a piece of gear. The coil is way better than accessory cord as it retracts and gets out of the way. I was always fiddling with the cord. I've had mine for a couple years now and the cord shows no sign of sagging.

                What makes it weigh 100g? Is it the cord?...

                What makes it weigh 100g? Is it the cord? What is the cord made of?

                How much does this weigh compared to the...

                How much does this weigh compared to the black diamond nut tool?