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Terra Rotary Vise

   

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More than just an affordable vise, the Terra Rotary Vise is perfect for beginners and expert fly tiers alike. Fully rotatable and designed with hardened steel jaws, this vise has an extra-large c-clamp which lets tiers set-up and work almost anywhere. Plus, the vise includes a very handy bobbin cradle.

  • Hardened steel jaws
  • Fully rotatable
  • Extra-large c-clamp
  • Bobbin cradle included
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Super Nice Vise I ordered alot of fly fishing items and only one item was not really desired. But this Vise is by far the best one I have ever owned. It makes things alot easier when it comes to tying. I would recommend this item to all my friends. September 10, 2012
Got caught being cheap I thought I was moving up from the vice I started with that came with a starter kit. The vise showed up looking used. No literature, no instruction book. The vice does do a good job of holding hooks down to size 24 so far althought the jaws are sloppy until you get them tight. The Rotary function is really tight and stiff, difficult to use. The bobbin holder is pretty much useless it is just in the way. If I had this to do over I would shell out a few more dollars and get the next level up. October 1, 2011
Good Value Very nice vise for the price. Instruction book would be nice to add, though. September 24, 2011
Good Vice The vice is pretty good for an inexpensive rotary. The only complaint I have on this vice is the locking mechanism. They would be much better off with a quick release such a in al other vices on the market. the humb screw is ok, but after sitting at the bench for a couple of hours your fingers get a little sore from tighening and lossening the jaws. It grips all the hooks I have used so far (8 - 22). If you are a beginner tyer or even an intermediate, this is a good purchase for your first rotary vice. I bought this for instructional purposes. September 2, 2011
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You can get an extension, you can also get midge jaws and saltwater jaws for smaller/bigger hooks. The midge jaws hold up to like size 26 hooks and the saltwater jaws up to 6/0. The jaws that come with it hold from size 22 up to size 2.
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The vice is made by Griffin if thats what you ment and there is a lifetime warrenty
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Not certain of the origin of the vise itself. I saw that the base was made in India.
I'm glad we can obtain items from someplace other than the eastern world.
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what size hook can it hold?

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I tie saltwater flies and want to know if the jaws can handle laege hooks.
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It can tie to probaly to a sz. 5
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By adjusting the screw which is usually mounted in front of the lever to trighten down the vise, one can adjust the prongs to hold any size hook for tying use. I don't think it may open up to a large 7/0 Shark hook. That size is probably out of the range of the use intended.
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Make sure you seat the hooks deep into the jaws; however, this vise is probably too light to tie flies larger than a size 2-4.
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