DMM Dragon Cam Set


RRP: £399.99
NOW: £354.26 (£295.22 ex VAT)

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2 axle camming device with wide expansion range

A little while ago DMM wanted to add to their range to offer people something extra to the successful 4CU range. They came up with the DMM Dragon Cam, a 2 axle device that creates a wide expansion range for each unit  and also employed their hot forging process  to reduce the weight of each unit. It's also made with strong springs to seat the cam more securely and make it more resistant to pulling out in slippy cracks.

The DMM Dragon Cam also has a comfortable moulded trigger bar, anodised cam lobes and stainless steel axles to prevent corrosion, extendable 8mm sling, flexible stem and 13.75 degree camming angle for optimal holding power.

These cams are either available singularly or 2 sets are available : 00,0 and 1 or 2,3 and 4


  • Wide range
  • Colour coded sizing
  • Extendable 8mm sling
  • Moulded trigger bar
  • Flexible stem
  • anodised cam lobes
  • 13.75 degree camming angle


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