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BD micro stoppers

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Joe Trabucco · · Wheat Ridge, CO · Joined Feb 2017 · Points: 0

I currently have DMM walnuts (full set), DMM offsets (7-11) ,DMM peanuts (1-5), and the regular BD stopper set (3-13?).  Would spending money on the BD micro stoppers be a complete waste?

Scott Morris · · Bountiful, UT · Joined Mar 2015 · Points: 475

Unless you're really passionate about leading really thin, difficult-to-protect cracks, or looking to get into aid, then I'd say your current setup is plenty. Happy climbing! 

Mike Womack · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined Mar 2014 · Points: 1,658

I don't have the BD micros but I feel like some brassies couldn't hurt.  I like the metolius astronuts

bkozak · · Sterling, VA · Joined Jul 2016 · Points: 70

If you already have lots of gear, wait until you find you really NEED additional gear to buy more, especially some thing very specialized like micro nuts.  You have plenty of small stoppers already with what you have.  Unless you are constantly running out of them on climbs or find they aren't working for lots of small nut placements you are encountering, you don't need more.  This advice is coming from a total gear whore, so I know the struggle.  :)

Joe Trabucco · · Wheat Ridge, CO · Joined Feb 2017 · Points: 0

Thank you!

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