Rotating Pedestal Vise Rotating fly bench table model D TFH®
Tuote SRT24297. Rotating Pedestal Vise Rotating fly bench table model D TFH®. Really good value for money. Rotation The Vise fly tying bench is an excellent basic bench with a rotation and a stand. A bit as the name suggests, the fly hook can then rotate in one direction if any. "Parallel Clamp" jaws. Table model. Weight approx. 1500g. In the case of storage grease / oil, it is advisable to wipe off before use. TFH ™ Flat bench table base Parallel Clamp-type jaws, consisting of two separate halves. The thumbwheel at the tip of the jaws makes a "coarse adjustment" to the size of the hook used (the hook is attached lightly). The jaws are tightened with a rear thumbwheel that pushes the backs of the jaw pieces apart, closing the jaw tips. To open, first loosen the rear thumbwheel.
The images of the products are illustrative images, the color tones and gloss may differ from the real ones. Due to stock availability, the overall color of the benches (more black / more chrome) and, for example, the model of the table mount or some small details may differ from the model in the picture. However, this does not affect the basic characteristics of the product.
Strong jaws hold all basic size hooks in place and good adjustment allow for easy tying. There is room for adjustment in many directions (eg altitude and 360 degrees).
Hex key included.
General information about Indian benches:
Indian benches are very popular among binders. In Finland, they have been sold here also for a very long time.
Characteristic of Indian benches is a certain appearance of a handmade product, the finish is often not on top of the last one, and after the surface treatment the product has not been wiped off at least every place, but there are residues left in the product. The jaws work very well with the most commonly used size 8 # - 14 # hooks, the jaws often have a grip-increasing hook groove where the hook bend is placed, depending of course on the jaw model. Many, on Indian benches, tie even bigger hooks and smaller ones, it again depends on what kind of jaws it is.
The great popularity of the benches is based on the functionality in fly tying and the low price, as long as you remember the above things and keep some kind of sense in your demands. The more expensive "western" brand benches then already have a choice to refine.
The product may contain storage grease / oil, oxidation left over from the coating step / rusty sanding dust, etc ... it is advisable to wipe it off before use so as not to unnecessarily clog your hands.