Various angles of incuts on these three holds range from 40 to 60 degrees. This means that on a 45-degree overhanging wall, one grip no longer has an incut while the remaining two do.
There is plenty of room for both hands on each hold, though not traditionally considered double-handers.
On angles less than 45 degrees, these are easy to grip for the beginner.
In this series, Set #1 is the least incut, and Set #6 is the most incut.