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Black Diamond Nylon Daisy Chain - 18mm

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    Nylon Daisy Chain

    The simple, functional, and durable Black Diamond Nylon 18mm Daisy Chain has seen countless ascents of big walls from El Cap to Baffin Island giants. Trust it for your next aid climb. Available in two lengths, the Black Diamond Nylon Daisy Chain fits your reach just right. Thanks to nylon construction, this daisy lasts much longer than its Spectra counterparts.
    • Classic daisy chain made as an aid climbing tether
    • Bottom loop sewn with half twixt for cleaner girth hitches
    • Available in two lengths with various loops
    • Item #BLD0288

    Material
    nylon
    Length
    115cm, 140cm
    Width
    18mm
    Claimed Weight
    3.5oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    What do you think about this product?

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    >Rating: 4

    Daisy if you do

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

    This is my second BD daisy. The first one is still going strong durable and easy to use. I got this one because it is the longer one which I needed for canyoneering

    >Rating: 4

    Yoga Hammock

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    I use it not for climbing but for making a yoga hammock and it does the job.

    >Rating: 5

    Well Made

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    Well made and feels very durable. Highly recommended.

    >Rating: 5

    Solid

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    Really nice, lightweight daisy chain. Never felt like my confidence in putting this piece of equipment through max stress was in any way compromised by how lightweight and pliable it is. I ended up ordering a couple extras to just keep in my rack for buddies or any other needs.

    >Rating: 4

    Super handy

    Great for a personal anchor, Lightweight and easy to use. BD did it again with another simple and durable product.

    In case you have not already come across this information, daisy chains are not designed to be personal anchors. There are several other products and techniques that specifically address the demands of personal anchors. Of course climb your own climb but I wanted to at least share this info. https://www.climbing.com/skills/anchors-away/

    >Rating: 5

    BD never disappoints

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    It does its job and does it super well. Black diamond is a solid brand I enjoy and trust all of their products.

    >Rating: 5

    reliable

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    i have used these for multiple things and have been extremely reliable. they are just as i expected. what more could i ask.

    >Rating: 3

    Good for securing gear- not very strong

    Decent for organizing your gear, do not buy with intention to use this as a personal anchoring system, the loops are only rated at like 3kn, if it were to break you would probably only fall a few feet, but it wouldn't be on a dynamic system , and probably break something. Don't risk it.

    >Rating: 5

    Great organization

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    I use these bad boys for organizing all my assorted gear for trad and sport climbing. Makes it easy to find everything you need when you're getting ready for a 45 foot sport climb or 300 foot multipitch.

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    I love how all of your gear is marked, awesome idea.

    >Rating: 5

    Awesome Product

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    Durable, high quality, silent...are just a few words to describe this. This product does what it is supposed to do. What more could you want?

    >Rating: 5

    simple and effective

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    What more do you want?

    Color selection would be nice.

    >Rating: 5

    Simple.

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    The BD Nylon Daisy chain has been with me since I started climbing and does exactly what it should do. I liked that it was a random color because the color wasn't all that important to me. Easy to use and does the job.

    >Rating: 4

    simple solid daisy

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    first daisy chain was this nylon BD daisy. they do a good job, they match any color of aider out there, and the 140cm is plenty long. as any daisy it should be respected and not used for anything other then for AID climbing. I use it on every big wall and it does its job.

    first
    >Rating: 5

    Simple, Straightforward

    It does the job. I've used BD daisy chains for years, and I have never had an issue with them. I will continue to use them because they are so easy to use, and because I trust the quality. Easy to clip, and pretty colors (yes, quite noteworthy). Hands down essential for climbing- would definitely recommend!

    >Rating: 3

    Bad customer service

    They have the "customer notes" in their shipping, yet they never read it, they just don t care. I ordered a specific color for a reason. I am dissapointed.

    Hey Javier, I'm sorry for the disappointment. The colors are shipped to us randomly and we ship them randomly. Feel free to email me, I might be able to get you the right color. ccostley@backcountry.com

    sorry dude but backcountry.com has THE BEST customer service out there. they make sure I get the best deals shipped to me ASAP. sorry the color wasn't ideal but 3 stars isn't deserved..

    Agreed. Give'em a chance to make it right. I've always had a great experience with BC.

    >Rating: 3

    quality

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    ive had no issues with this daisy chain for almost 3 years now with lots of use in all the seasons. i switched to a metolius chain this summer because its safer a lot quicker and you dont need to use 2 biners shorten it. id watch the video black diamond had to make about this product because of its glitch(if i can call it a glitch) before buying it.

    You don't need to use two carabiners to shorten a traditional daisy chain like this. Just clip the carabiner straight to the intermediate loop, not the end.

    you need to watch the black diamond vid on this chain. yes you can shorten it with one biner but it is not safe at all.

    >Rating: 5

    Hammock Straps

    I love using daisy chains for hammock straps too! Just do be very careful!

    Could you expand on why you need to be careful? I'm looking to use them for hammock straps also and would like to know more about how you do it.

    I know you probably didn't wait a year, but the problem is the double bar tack in between loops on the daisy is rated much lower than the Nylon itself. Clipping across a bar tack, if it fails, can cause the carabiner to come completely unattached which could be fatal in climbing or painful for hammocks.

    >Rating: 5

    Perfect for aid climbing

    Used this in Washington Column in Yosemite and it worked well. This is for aid climbing, you shouldn't use it for anchors, or PAS. If you don't know what you are doing, this can fail.

    >Rating: 5

    Read me!

    Great for aid climbing and self anchor if you know how to use it! If this is your first time buying a personal anchor system then I would consider using something else becuase if you use this one the wrong way, It could result in death.

    >Rating: 4

    Nice

    Does what it's supposed to do.

    >Rating:

    If I'm going to buy two for my ascenders,...

    If I'm going to buy two for my ascenders, should I get two different lengths to stagger them or just get two of the same size?

    That really depends on what kind of setup you plan on using when ascending with your ascenders. The most common way would work best with two different lengths.

    I would recommend 2 different lengths almost all the time and they can come in handy for other things and variety always helps.

    >Rating:

    What colors are available?

    What colors are available?

    Blue, Red, Green, Silver, Purple, Yellow. But Diana, here's the thing: colors are assorted and ship at random- you can't select which one will actually ship.

    >Rating:

    This Daisy Chain is the most cheaper......

    This Daisy Chain is the most cheaper... why? is not too good like other?

    Oh it's just as good, in fact it's stronger, but the Dynex is thinner, lighter, and higher-tech material, so it's more expensive. This will do everything the Dynex will.

    Dinex is newer than nylon, twice the price and you actually shave around 30 grams, i don't think you'll notice the difference unless you carry a lot of equipment. I use this as a personal anchor, just remember not to clip more than one loop! (http://www.bdel.com/videos/daisy.html)

    I prefer these to dynex because if you happen to whip on one which is of course highly dangerous....they have slightly more give.

    >Rating:

    how does a daisy chain work ?

    how does a daisy chain work ?

    The idea behind a daisy chain is that when you get to an anchor (for multi-pitching or cleaning a toprope) you can clip directly in to the bolts at an adjustable length. This will vary based on your belay stance, the setup of the anchor, the freedom of movement you need, whether there are other people there or not, etc. The important thing to remember is that when shortening a daisy chain, clip only to the loop closer to your harness, not to both that and the end. Any serious climber should have a daisy chain (or 2) and these are a great option. If you feel like forking out some extra cash, the Dynex version is just as strong, but smaller and lighter. And better looking. Your call.**Though some free climbers do use daisy chains for the above mentioned purpose, they are really meant to be used in aid climbing for a leader to hang from the topmost anchor placement while placing the next peice. As mentioned above it is real important to remeber not to clip into one of the tacked loops and the end loop (if the tacks pull your biner will fall right out). If this doesn't quite make sense it's suggested that you take a regular sling or loop of something and use masking tape to simulate bar tacks in a daisy chain. Clip in like you would in the real daisy chain and pull to make sure that (in the event of a failure) you would still be clipped in.