Each of the 3/4" balls descends deeper into the plate from one to the next. The tallest 3/4" ball stands 7/8" off the wall, and the lowest stands 3/4" off the wall. This creates slightly harder-to-hold pick placements from one to the next.
Our curved design, which we call "brackets," offers the route setter to choose placements on the inside/concave side of the bracket as well as the outside/convex side of the bracket.
This is a challenging hold to hook on and is only recommended for beginners on low-angled walls or volumes, as it requires intentional pick placement.
This "Left Bracket" has the tallest of the 3/4" balls on the bottom, with the remaining balls being more inset into the plate in a clockwise direction.
This is the most versatile hold when relating to a single 3/4" ball as you can still hook on the tallest one as you would if it were just a single ball, plus the numerous options the bracket shape offers. This is a must-have hold for home wall training.
Size: 3/4" ball
Stands off the wall: 7/8"
Backplate: 4" x 6" Oval
Material: Stainless steel
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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.
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