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Torque Nut Tool

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Metolious' innovative, ergonomic design offers all the features you need to get your gear out of the crack and back on your rack! A wire-gate carabiner is built into the handle for ultimate convenience and hardened 420 stainless steel makes these the toughest nut tools you can buy. The business end is precision ground to a thin taper for retrieving the tiniest micro-nuts.


  • The ultimate nut tool improved with palm protector and built-in wrenches for tightening loose bolts
  • Hardened 420 stainless steel body
  • Built-in, wire-gate carabiner
  • Unique curved design lets you get behind the nut to hook and pull
  • Hooked Nose is perfect for cam trigger bars
  • Tapered nose allows easy access to the tiniest nuts
  • Fits all common bolt sizes

Gender: Unisex
Weight: 64 g (2.3 oz.)
Season: F11
Vendor ProductId: TORQ001
Review ProductId: 28103


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MetoliusTorque Nut Tool

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Gotta have this in your tool belt!

By chalkydreams

from Chattanooga,TN

Staff Reviewer


  • Lightweight
  • Long
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Removing Stuck Nuts

    Comments about Metolius Torque Nut Tool:

    Got a stuck nut? This is the best tool! When I'm faced with some serious exposure, and all i have is a stopper, you better believe that guy is going to be sunk. This nut tool works super well for popping that bad boy right out of there. It has a nice rounded feel with a flat end so hitting the nut with a little force to pop it out doesn't kill your palm. Also it is very light for its length. So reaching back into a crack with it to snag the cam lobes isn't so bad either. The really cool thing is that when you come to a bolt somewhere in your mixed climb and that thing is spinning like a 90's break-dancer you can use your tool to tighten it back down!

    Overall, it's money well spent!

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