RENZETTI SALTWATER TRAVELER 2200 SERIES VISE
The Traveler True Rotary Vise was first introduced in 1988, since then it has become the most popular in the world. It offered the True Rotary feature Renzetti is known for, as well as portability, unquestionable hook holding power and an affordable price.
While still offering the great features of a True Rotary Vise, the Traveler 2300 and 2200 offers more comfort and longer lasting finish. Renzetti added a 7″ stem to the base model, all aluminum parts were anodized, and a polyurethane jaw o-ring added longer wear to your tying need. The Renzetti Traveler is a True Rotary vise that will challenge the tyer as well as offer a long lasting piece of equipment.
The saltwater version of the Traveler offeres additional features. While you are still enjoying the True Rotary feature, the adjustable bobbin cradle, the 7″ anodized aluminum and a cam operated jaws, you will also enjoy the material clip and a spinning attachment.
The jaws on the Saltwater Traveler are designed to hold hooks ranging from a 4 to 8/0, but can be changed out for the standard Traveler Jaws when you need to tie flies size 28-4/0. As with the Traveler True Rotary Series Vises it must be ordered for right (R) or left (L) handed tier. Hook range is specified for you to enjoy the True Rotary feature this vise offers.
- All anodized aluminum
- Bobbin cradle
- Black oxide finished jaws
- Polyurethane O-ring
- Rotary tenson screw
- 5" x 5" black powder coat base with a 7" aluminum stem
- Or a black powder coated C-clamp with an 8" stem
- Material clip
- Spinning attachment
5.00/5 Stars out of 1 Reviews
GR (Montana) | February 7th, 2019
This is a fantastic vise, and I've tied everything from large, articulated streamers to the tiniest flies on it. Literally, hooks from size 3/0 all the way down to 24, and it held them all without a hitch. There isn't much to say about a good vise, except that it just works. And this one just works. If I could change anything, I'd want a heavier pedestal base. But that may not be fair to Renzetti, because I yank a bit too hard on my big streamers. Probably, a clamp would be better for that kind of work. Other than that, I can't find a thing to complain about after hundreds and hundreds of flies tied on it.