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Nut Tool

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Never leave your gear behind because you can't get it out - remove stuck cams and pull out fused nuts with Black Diamond's Nut Tool.

Thin enough to fit into narrow cracks, its hooked end makes it an ideal tool for removing caught gear.


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Black DiamondNut Tool
 
2.8

(based on 6 reviews)

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4.0

Good, Could have some improvements

By Dillan

from Undisclosed

Comments about Black Diamond Nut Tool:

The nut tool is does the job well. However, The black finish does not match (nit picking) with the rest of the chrome finished gear black diamond offers. The bottle opener is a neat idea. The nut tool would be more beneficial if there was a way to connect the tool to a gear sling. I had to purchase a small piece of webbing and another biner in order to secrue it to my second. Other than the finish, the harsh edges, and the lack of a lanyard, it is a solid piece of gear.

(3 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

It does the job

By Greg

from Grindelwald, Switzerland

Comments about Black Diamond Nut Tool:

Well, BD's nut tool 'does the job', but not much else.
Finish isn't exactly brilliant, and the clever ideas that all competitors have included in their versions of the nut tool are here absent.
E.g. Hex to tighten the standard 17mm bolts, clip included, bigger overmoulded handle to grip better, etc.

Overall, BD's nut tool does the job, but doesn't stand out above the rest

(1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Does the job, but other tools are nicer

By Kari

from New Hampshire

Comments about Black Diamond Nut Tool:

I love BD products, and usually super happy with them. However, I'm always lusting over friends nut tools.

My biggest complaint is that many other tools come with a built-in way to connect this to a harness. One of my friends has a nut tool with an extendable leash (it is coiled like a telephone cord, which makes it easy to access the tool from the harness), and others have tools with a built-in clip or carabiner.

As another user commented, the design also has sharper edges which are a little rough on the hands. The BD nut tool works, but its pretty bare bones and unexciting as far as gear goes.

 
4.0

Simple is Best

By Dean

from Pittsburgh, Pa

About Me Avid Climber

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Rugged

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Long Climbs
    • Outdoor

    Comments about Black Diamond Nut Tool:

    Simple nut tool, looked somewhat weak in the pictures but when I got the tool in the mail I was relieved the see that it was much more durable than the pictures.

     
    2.0

    Just as good as the other.

    By Disco

    from High Point, NC

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Weekend Climbs

      Comments about Black Diamond Nut Tool:

      This nut tool does as good as job as any other like it has done. It would be great for a starter kit or as a backup. Lightweight and easy to maneuver.

       
      3.0

      BD Utility

      By Matt Climber

      from Perth, Western Australia

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Bottle Opener
      • Tough

      Cons

      • Sharp Edges

      Best Uses

      • Backup
      • Opening Bottles

      Comments about Black Diamond Nut Tool:

      Unfortunately I have another nut tool that I prefer (Ti ¨Ushba¨ from Russia). I think all nut tools should have a small flat section on the non-hook end (like my Ushba and some other brands) so you don´t have to hack up your hand
      (or Krabs when your desperate). Fine
      if you have a rock or aid hammer though . Stamped out of sheet and unmachined, so the edges are sharp. Good shape on the hook, nice weight saving relief. I keep mine as a backup, and a cool bottle opener, for after a long days climbing.

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