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Thread: Wanted : Rotating Head Fly Tying Vise

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    Default Wanted : Rotating Head Fly Tying Vise

    If somebody have an extra one that's rusting/gathering dust in a box please let me know what you want.

    I have the cheapest beginner vise and it's driving me insane with everything being in the way the whole time.

    My big fat fingers aren't made to twist like that.

    Started tying again and really enjoying it.

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    Look at the Danvise. It is very reasonably priced and great quality. I thiink they go for around R600 (or used to) and are brought in by Stealth
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    Maybe know who might be selling the danvice so I can get a price.

    Tried to find an online seller to find the current price and couldn't get anyone.

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    Call Stealth and find your nearest distributor: +27 11 791 2635
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    Im going to be selling my Renzetti P2000 soon,
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Im going to be selling my Renzetti P2000 soon,
    Andre, I predict that sooner or later you are going to regret selling it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Im going to be selling my Renzetti P2000 soon,

    Let me know when you decide. Looked at the "J" but that is above my budget for the amount of fly tying I do.

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    Probably, but I have a few good vises, and I tie so seldom nowadays. I find myslf always going back to the old Regal vise.
    Quote Originally Posted by DJR View Post
    Andre, I predict that sooner or later you are going to regret selling it.
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    i have a griffin mongoose, i'ts not the best in the pricing department and was gonna suggest it until i saw the price on ebay, i got it as a present five years ago and love it even more now .

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulkcarrier View Post
    Maybe know who might be selling the danvice so I can get a price.

    Tried to find an online seller to find the current price and couldn't get anyone.
    I got mine at Ganis. I suppose it's decent for the price, but it is kinda compact. If you are complaining of space around your fingers, it may not be a perfect fit for you.

    If you do get one, just don't let them talk you into getting the base plate that is sold separately. That is the most expensive piece of metal plate with a hole in it ever sold, and it doesn't even work properly with the vise. I took at back as soon as I passed Witbank again and spent the cash on something more useful.

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