/ DMM 4cu cam reviews/opinions?
Used to use them a lot and they are great cams for the money, no hesitation in recommending them.
I use Dragons these days, I think they're nicer to use but they are obviously more expensive.
I've got a full set of them, highly recomend them, I have used the dragons which are nice, and you would only need 5 for the range that 6 4cu would give you, but it's more money.
I use them, really rate them, especially for 29 quid each.
Where can you get them for 29 quid?
Joe Browns have deals on them
> I use Dragons these days, I think they're nicer to use but they are obviously more expensive.
I used 4CUs from size 1 upwards from 2001 onwards until relatively recently.
I have got and/ or used nearly every cam on the market except the totem cams, and highly rate the DMM 4cu cams, I've used them fallen on them and will use them with no worries, great bits of kit, don't let the price put you off.
Echo everyone else above. I have 4cu's and rate them, they do the job at a really good price.
I prefer the sling arrangement on them compared to more expensive models.
Great bits of kit. Been using them for years.
They're great - nice and light too compared to many other cams. I had a full set and climbed very happily on them for a years until I got Dragons and Camalots for a review. I tend to use them now as they are newer, but my old 4CUs are still great when I do use them.
If you've found a good deal on them, I'd go for them without a second thought. They're great.
I use them in smaller sizes and they're excellent particularly at the price. Best in small sizes and the doubled sling works well.
Good, lightweight and well made in the UK. Maybe need a little more care than others to keep the kinks out of them but that's U-stem cams in general. You won't find many placements these wont go where others would.
Don't think you can do much better than the 4CUs in terms of value for money. You can buy three for just over £85 from Needlesports. I'd suggest buying 1, 2 and 3 to start with. Then fill in the half sizes.
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