Black Diamond Equipment
Binding Buddy Multi-tool
Super-compact and stowable, the Binding Buddy multi-tool makes quick adjustments or repairs in the backcountry. READ MORE
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Super-compact and stowable, the Binding Buddy multi-tool makes quick adjustments or repairs in the backcountry. Learn More
For backcountry binding adjustments and equipment repairs, the Binding Buddy is an indispensable tool.
- Stores five bits in hollow handle
Binding Buddy Multi-tool is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by sowrco from Essential Tool I use the phillips mostly - I haven't used the other bits, but I did find I needed a 3mm bit when my Scarpa Maestrale top buckle screws came loose, which the kit does not contain. So check your gear and procure the corresponding bits. I lost the little detent ball at home when I first got the tool - my sharp eyed son found it - so remember to not slide the spring steel ring off the receptacle, losing the ball in the snow would be an inconvenience, but not an endgame. All in all though you're going to need something like this eventually.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by David from A necessary tool As a skier, and ski patroller, this lightweight tool has come in handy too many times to count.... adjusting slic pin position, tightening the pivot screw on plate bindings, and giving someone enough forward pressure to get down the hill and to the shop... easy to use, lightweight, just stick it in with your repair kit, or your daily use bag and forget about till you need it... i have found it much easier to use than the screw bits on standard multi tools, and it weighs significantly less
Date published: 2017-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Blue from Needed it twice the first bc trip I took This is much lighter and easier to use than a traditional multitool. i found that I moved it from within the pack to the top zippered area because it was needed multiple times on its first outing to fix split bindings and AT ski skins. Grateful to have it.
Date published: 2017-03-02