Light, affordable, but a bit of a "me too" piece
Review by: qwert, 2008-05-14
The Oz is similar in size to the BD neutrino, and bigger than the camp nano.
Does what its supposed to do, but is nothing special. sure, its very light, but the specs (while surely safe and ok) are nothing special. The neutrino is a tad stronger (and not too much heavier) and somehow "feels" better (nicer to clip, more confidence inspiring).
To me it looks like BD at first didnt react to the whole trend for ultralight biners, because they had long ruled that field with there supreme neutrino, and when they realized that there where biners that where actually superior to it they had to act too quickly, building a biner that is just a tad smaller and thinner than the rest, but nothing special like for example the DMM pieces.