From slightly incut to slopey, these edges deliver a small footprint edge that becomes increasingly challenging to stay on as the wall gets steeper. For beginners, this is a difficult set on vertical walls feeling V2. If you don't know what V2 means, skip this set. They should not be considered as handholds for children.
For the climber looking to up their game, expect V2 on vertical, V4+ on 25 degrees, and V8+ on 45-degree walls.
In most cases, each hold offers an off-angle thumb catch, but none that takes the finger focus off the edge. The designs feel very realistic, with cracks and nooks often found on granite, so setting with these in static or dynamic moves forces the climber to "feel" the textured detail on the hold rather than just slapping and pulling.
The easiest way to describe this set is to say that they stand off the wall 1-1/4" to 1-1/2" and have all the twists and turns that natural rock has.
Most climbers will love this set on vertical to semi-steep walls. In 45-degree and steeper terrain, this set is more meant for the advanced climber comfortable sending V8 on rock.