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  • Wild Country Long Stem Zero Cam # 6.0 Red

Wild Country Long Stem Zero Cam

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    • # 6.0 Red, Long Stem
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    The new standard in thin-crack protection.

    Unlike most micro cams, the Wild Country Zero Cams set an uncompromising standard for strength, flexibility, and reliability in thin cracks. These tiny cams feature durable, hot-forged lobes with the original camming angle (13.75??) for maximum versatility in variously sized cracks, and overlapping ranges offer a plenitude of placement options. The Flexistem feature unrivaled flexibility for easier setting in obtrusive fissures, and the guided triggers make setting and cleaning as simple as can be. Cam stops help the Zero Cams act as stoppers when the lobes open completely. Wild Country added a lightweight, skinny, extendable, durable Dyneema sling for your convenience.

    • Hot-forged lobes with original 13.75?? camming angle
    • Flexistem with guided triggers
    • Cam stops
    • 10mm Dyneema extendable sling
    • Item #WDC000X

    Tech Specs

    Claimed Weight
    [#3] 1.55 oz, [#4] 1.76 oz, [#5] 2.33 oz, [#6] 2.47 oz
    Axles
    single
    Strength
    [#3, #4] 6 kN, [#5, #6] 9 kN
    Stem
    single
    Cam Lobes
    4
    Material
    [sling] Dyneema (10mm)
    Recommended Use
    traditional climbing
    Placement Range
    [#3] 0.33 - 0.48 in, [#4] 0.41 - 0.63 in, [#5] 0.51 - 0.75 in, [#6] 0.67 - 0.94 in
    Cam Stops
    yes
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Not durable

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I was given these cams. As they have aged the action has become what can only be described as 'crunchy.' The wires coming from the lobes bend easily interfering with the action. If placed in a vertical crack and weighted, the stem will be permanently askew where it affixes to the head, making the triggering feel even more crunchy.