This is a great beginner harness as well as beater harness. It's comfortable, affordable, and can take a beating. It's good for bolting or setting routes, and is a good all around harness. It's not specialized, but that's okay for a starter.
These things fit into my hands really well. They seem perfectly sized aa opposed to the rock locks, which are too big for my hands, and I'm likely to drop. Other than that, they're a great screwgate biner.
Mammut always makes good ropes, and this is no exception. It's my go-to rope for cragging because it's light, easy to carry, and has a perfect amount of stretch for falls. This is my favorite rope I own, and the next rope I buy will either be an infinity or an eternity.
This is a good beginner rope. It's cheap, and you get the bang for your buck. However, it's pretty heavy, and not the best sport climbing rope. It works well as an all arounder, but for specialized purposes, I would suggest a different rope.
My favorite cam. C4s are tried and true, and the #2 is my favorite cam to place, hands down. Every placement feels golden. I would suggest these to any trad climber; they really are the best (besides totems).
These are essentail if you own a mammut smart device. The device is built so if it switches to the small end of the biner, it no longer locks up on the rope. I feel like the people who like to trash these didn't give them the time to get used to them, as you have to with any new equipment. These are more simple than many devices that lock into the belay loop, and I'm always going to have one with my smart device.
These are my go-to racking carabiners. They're light, look good, and have good gate clearance. They're so light that they feel like they shouldn't have a full strength rating. Ultimately, my favorite racking biner.
These are cool since they have the multi-fuction of beign able to flip from narrow to wide, but I don't really see a need to own one besides the fact that they're cool. Just use a normal atc.
This is good if you're looking for a figure 8, but now with all the ATCs/other belay devices on the market, I can't think of a reason to use it besides the gimmick of using a figure 8. There are many other devices out there that are better than a figure 8 for its function.