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Old 01-16-2014, 09:31 AM
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Default Re: Vise decision

Not to dis anybody or their product, but my Renzetti Traveler just popped one of the jaws. It appears the metal was weak as it looks to be crystallized. I did a search and found that many have had the same experience. I have only had this vise for two years and tied a lot of flies on it.

I called Renzetti and then sent an email to the gal I spoke with and 1 week later I still have not heard word one from them. My next vise will also be the Anvil Atlas rotary.

Kelly.
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