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Metolius Mega Pack Climbing Holds

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Price: $108.75 - $239.00
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  • Each set contains a random mix of various sizes of holds
  • Screw-On Footholds, Screw-On Handholds, Screw-On Rail, Screw-On Outside Corner, Screw-On Modulars, Micros, Modulars, Mini Jugs & Macro/Roof Jug
  • Makes the ideal starter set for a home wall
  • Includes all hardware and How to Build a Home Bouldering Wall booklet

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Metolius Mega Pack Climbing Holds + 100 T-nuts for Climbing Holds + 50 Bolt on Rock Climbing Holds with Hardware
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Product Description

With packages ranging from 30 to 60 holds, the Metolius Mega Sets have all you need to fill out your home climbing wall. Foot jibs, crimpers, slopers, massive jugs, screw-ons, bolt-onsthese sets dish out serious variety to keep you stoked on training. Whether you just started your wall or it's already taken over your entire garage, you'll get what you need form the Metolius Mega Hold Sets.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 12 x 13 inches ; 32.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001AQO3NI
  • Item model number: Metolius
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,712 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By David on February 29, 2008
Size: 60 Verified Purchase
I built a bouldering wall and decided to fill it up with this set. All in all, I am very pleased. There was a good variety of holds broken down into 20 bolt on hand holds (maybe 8 jugs), 20 screw on hands, and 20 screw on feet (or so it appears). My wall is at a negative 10 degree slope, and even at my newbie status, I'd say that about 70-75% of the hand holds are still useful to me. On a vertical wall, I'd put that number closer to 95%. I had read that the small foot holds were rather fragile, but I have yet to have a single one break on me. I think whoever is breaking them must be installing them with far too much torque. This is a great set to start out with and definitely the best deal out there. The booklet included is the same as the Metolius PDF you can find on the internet.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Daryl A. Kling on November 30, 2010
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The Good:
Overall, this set is a good value for the price. The packaging was very well done and no holds arrived with any damage as a result. The texture is good but not the best. The shapes are useful and versatile. The one big triangle - shaped sloper is my favorite hold by far; i wish more of them had the top texture of this hold actually.

The bad:
Many medium to large holds are drilled for wood screws vice bolts which doesn't make much sense. Some of the five to seven inch wide holds are screw-on with six or more holes. Since there are some other holds the size of a fun size candy bar that are drilled for the beveled 5.5mm bolt, it seems senseless to have these larger ones drilled for screws. In my opinion and following with the many holds that i have made at home, i don't see the point in having medium to large domes/sloper/grape clusters being screw-ons. They just take longer to move around, rotate, etc. Foot jibs and rails are the only ones that should be screw-on. I suppose you could drill some of these larger ones out for beveled bolts but i haven't done so yet. Overall, a minor complaint but one worth mentioning.

Additionally, many of the screw holes on the holds drilled for screw-ons required the top of the hole to be 'cleaned' with a large drill bit. Where the top of the hole is beveled in for a countersunk effect, there are many that have little droplets or goobers in there preventing the screw from sinking all the way in. These are easily fixed with a quick touch up using a pencil-sized drill bit but I thought it was worth mentioning.

One last thing. There was one hold that was included meant to be mounted on an outside corner. The inside angle of this hold was too small to mount on an outside corner completely flush.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Paul Bonanno on March 30, 2009
Size: 60
Excellent selection for the money. A few of the foot jibs have broken while installing. This was probably my fault as I was using a power drill to tighten the screws. There are only enough T-nuts to set the bolt on holds once, so if you want additional selection of routes, I would recommend buying an additional packages of t-nuts.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Magneto on March 21, 2014
Size: 60 Verified Purchase
I covered two 4/8 sheets of plywood with an almost comical amount of holds with one kit. it was for a child's playground so it worked that there were plenty of holds.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. E. on January 5, 2013
Size: 30 Verified Purchase
I have never had a problem with any Metolius product I have purchased.(as of yet). Some reviews stated chipping on the screw-ons but I have not had that problem yet. Excellent variety in this box. Great job of packaging. Everything was labeled so I knew which screws and bolts went where. A lot of paper and cardboard in the box to make sure things were safe.

I purchased this as a filler for my wall, but some of the holds are key pieces in my routes now. The screw-on footholds are real small btw. I read that about the "chips" ahead of time. It was tough to use at first, but I was always told to make my wall for where I WILL be, not for where I AM at now. Good advice. I didn't have any "hold waste" in this box, but that's just me.
Great buy for a beginner wall too.
Happy climbing.
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By jmar on June 7, 2015
Size: 60 Verified Purchase
For someone new to climbing, there was not a very clear identification of each type of hold. There were too many small screw on holds and an outside corner that is useless to me because I only have a straight wall, with no turns. Maybe in the future, if I build something more elaborate, but for now a definitely useless piece, and a large one at that. I would have preferred fewer small screw-ons, no outside corner and a couple of more bolt on holds.
Also, many of the bolts were too long for the holds, and again, where to use what size bolt on what hold was confusing. I built on an existing inside wall, thankfully. The too long bolts were able to penetrate the sheet rock, with a little extra torquing. If this had been on an outside wall, I don't think I would have been able to fully seat the bolts.
The bolt on holds themselves were very nice, as was the hardware in its own right, but being put together as a package wasn't such a great presentation. I liked a group of 50 rock like holds I got from Rocky Mountain better, as well as the price for what I got.
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