DMM Nutbuster


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Innovative Nut Key

The DMM Nutbuster is much more than just a chuck of metal that dislodges jammed nuts. DMM have improved standard nut key designs with many useful features.

The wide rubber handle makes it easy to hold, so no more skinned knuckles when your hand slips off and rags against the rock. The rubber handle also stops the metal digging into your hand when you hit a stuck nut. The handle can be taken off to use the 17mm spanner, useful for tightening those loose bolts.

The Nutbuster made from the finest Sheffield stainless steel, laser cut to a precise shape which tapers down so that you can reach into narrow placements.

Top tip: Tie a small loop of 3 or 4mm accessory cord through the hole in the handle and use this to attach the Nutbuster to your racking biner. This reduces the danger of stabbing yourself with the nut key in a fall situation.


  • Rubber handled nut key
  • Laser cut from stainless steel
  • Lightening holes to reduce weight
  • Narrow profile to access deep placements
  • 10mm spanner inside handle


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