Here we put all the top cams head to head in one massive review! Which cams have the largest range? Which are the lightest? Which are the cheapest? And... which did we like the best? Find out in this UKC review...
These are reviews from the UKC editorial team
Totem have revived the much-loved "Alien" - but with many newer micro-cams on the market do they still cut the mustard? Duncan Campbell puts them to the test by getting pumped and falling off onto them so you don't have to!
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We, Totem MT., are voluntarily recalling all Basic cams with serial numbers starting from 1706200 to 1733205 (as shown in the figure below), which we kindly request you to stop using immediately.
The hardware report is the first in a series of write-ups from 2014's OutDoor Show, where we look at what the future of climbing gear is going to be. This year there are a lot of new and exciting belay devices and a neat development in wired...
Basic in name only. The Basic Cam uses internal springs and sheath trigger systems to get a narrow head and a very flexible body.
Totem have thought outside the traditional cam design box to create the Totem Cam with the best holding power of any camming device anywhere.