Jo Jan Fletchers
I recently purchased a JoJan mono fletcher and it fell apart before I could even remove it from the packaging. Fell apart in five pieces and now I've got to make another purchase to refletch my arrows.
July 7, 2009
I bought this to use over the AZ fletcher I had been using.. While the AZ works the Jojan is hands down the better unit.. I do 1 arrow at a time so I went with the single.. You can't go wrong! Simple to use and easy to clean when your all done..
May 18, 2009
I went in with a buddy of mine and bought this jig a few years ago. I got tired of waiting for the pro shop to fletch my arrows, not to mention the cost. It turned out to be money well spent. This is a handy jig and once you get it set up and practice you can fletch a half dozen arrows in about an hour or less depending on the glue you use. It really does a neat job. The only negative I have found about this jig is when I tried fletching plastic vanes. I normally use feathers but I wanted to try the then new quickspin vanes. I could not get the edge to lay down correctly and when dried parts of the edge would not contact the shaft. I have not tried regular vanes so I can't say if this is a problem with all vanes or just the quickspin brand. Anyway, it works perfectly with feathers and I highly recommend it.
January 20, 2009
Jo-Jan Mono Fletch
Very good product for the archer who practices a lot and ruins vanes on a continuous basis. My mono fletcher has been around for over 5 years and is still working fine. Replacing a ruined vane takes a little practice but you know the quality you are getting. Take the time to clean excess glue from the arrow after you put it on with a q-tip dipped in acetone.
October 10, 2007