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Video Update: Red Point Homewall Review

These videos are long overdue. I did attempt to smash them together and have some crisp cuts and background music (other than my breathing), but the converting from Flip Video was not being very cooperative.

To remember the specifics about my review of Red Point Climbing Holds from a homewall owners perspective, Click HERE

This first video features the Commudum Pinches (used as crimps), the Cthulu Tufa, and the Diffraction (hidden behind arete).

 

This second video features the Commudum Pinches (again as crimps) and then how they are good as slopey footholds when tracking.

 

This third video features the Cthulu Tufa and a pretty intense spinner test. I do believe these come with set screw holes now, but mine did not and I was certain it would spin. The grey wall on the left is painted with NicroTex paint and the straight on wall is pure plywood. I was pretty impressed.

 

Check these all out, and more at www.redpointholds.com

~ Climb 4 Real ~

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