It’s no secret that Wired Bliss pioneered the three cam unit (TCU). In 1984, Steve Byrne developed the product and introduced two unique designs into the climbing arena. The first was a camming device utilizing only three cams. This allowed for narrower placements and noticeable weight reduction. The second was the flexible body which, along with the smaller number of cams, produced the lightest, most versatile camming device available. Horizontal cracks could now be protected without compromising strength.

Our current design, which is similar to the original, has undergone some changes in the way it is manufactured and assembled. Wired Bliss now utilizes Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Machining (CAM) technologies which allow us to produce a product of the highest quality. These changes guarantee consistent operation with each use. Our superior design and innovations pave the way for others to follow. Wired Bliss continues to manufacture the lightest, most functional camming device available on the market today. Whether you are climbing traditional free routes or long grueling aid routes, the last thing you need is to be fumbling around with an inferior piece of equipment.

Under new management, Wired Bliss continues to build the finest active flexible camming devices in the rock today.