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MarkI

Industrial Strength Cams

Looking for uber strong, ultra chic, nicely painted, affordable climbing cams?
Check out the latest in Ukranian climbing gear:  

http://cgi.ebay.com/2AXLE-CAM-tra...hash=item3f08b4ea08#ht_4831wt_802

Notice the innovative two axle design, bright colors, and handy re-torqueable end nuts.  Manufactured to exacting Eastern Bloc industrial specifications, these cams are made from only the finest pure high carbon factory steel that will last a lifetime, if stored indoors.  Guaranteed to attempt to arrest at least one fall, complimentary replacement cams free to next of kin if unit fails.
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Johnny Bronson

Is this an aprils fools joke? lol

Anyone looking to buy such cams,should think otherwise.

Protection for your life is well worth the few extra dollars and research.
I would recommend not cheaping out on something that your life depends on.

Here is a review of the "link" cams.
http://www.mountainproject.com/v/...4rocks_links_cam_review/107085079


and here are some specific examples for PROPER trusted cams for at comparable/cheaper prices.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI....&item=260759545143#vi-content

http://cgi.ebay.com/TRANGO-FLEX-C...tDomain_0&hash=item20b7daf538

There are many more options that are reliable and more affordable.
When it comes to placing gear,really do not cheap out.
Taco

That light blue is probably the same paint they use on their aircraft interiors. Smile
PackerGreg

Isn't that an old Jerry Reed song... "She got the cam, I got the shaft"?

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