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+1 if you are just going out and buying your own gear without going with someone who knows what they are doing your putting yourself at risk. There's only two reasons not to buy a totem cam: - You already have a totem cam in that size - They don't make a totem cam in that size Think about what and where you will be climbing, many protection placements are placed from a reasonable stance where a stopper at 12 bucks and 0.5 oz will be as easy to place as a cam costing and weighing 6 times as much.

Complete your set of doubles on cams before you even look at Tricams and Ballnuts. Most people use different brands for small cams and larger cams.Hell, don't even bother looking at Ballnuts until you are within the realm of being able to lead difficult trad climbs, say 5.11+. If you like your BD cams, get a whole set from #.5 to #2, or look at DMM Dragons.And even then Ballnuts are useless on cracks that aren't thin (finger sized and thinner) This. ditch the hexes except maybe the largest couple and get from 0 TCU size to #2 or #3 Camalot size. If you're short on money, get 2 sets of tri-cams (#.5 - #2) instead of cams in that size. For smaller cams (Smaller than BD .5) I'd recommend Metolius Master cams or Wild Country Zeros. Most of the time you will be climbing with people who have lots of gear also so you don't need to double up on anything.Just mix gear and you will learn what places well and what you reach for most often.

+1 if you are just going out and buying your own gear without going with someone who knows what they are doing your putting yourself at risk.Learn from someone and than it should give you a chance to see what kinda gear you like and need.