This bridge has a 7/8" radius bite out of a 2" tall by 5" long bridge. It acts like a jug on steep walls up to 75 degrees overhanging. Once passed 75 degrees, the radius is close to horizontal to the ground where your tool can skate off if the hold is facing you.
When placed on a surface horizontal to the ground, the incut down-slopes about 5 degrees. It is an advanced-level hold.
Check out Dry Tooling Small Shark Fin for an easier version.
Size: 7/8" radius.
Bridge: 2" tall x 5" long.
Backplate: 4" wide x 6" long.
Material: Stainless Steel
Responsibility: Please be aware that it is unacceptable to drytool at your local crag. Drytooling damages natural rock. You should drytool only in places where the local community has dedicated the area and never on established rock climbing routes.
Dry Tooling Ethics: What You Should Know before heading out.