Treign Boomerang Tool Company

SNIP223

Boomerang Tool Company Long SNIP Cheaters Fishing Line Cutter with Fly Trimming Magnifying Glass, Cuts 50 lb. Braided Fishing Line

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The Long SNIP Cheaters Fishing Line Cutter cuts clean and precise through braid, mono, and fluoro fishing lines. An ideal solution for those who need a closer look when working with small tackle, the Long SNIP Cheaters feature a 3x magnification lens. With the built-on carabiner, clip it to your hip or vest so it's always handy and never lost. Snip the fishing line and let it go, the built-in tether retracts back into place until you need it again, no more looking around the boat with your hands full for a set of fishing pliers or nippers. If you love to get out on the water early, as an added bonus, we have an LED Light model available as well.

Features of Boomerang Tool Company Long SNIP Cheaters Fishing Line Cutter

  • 36" retractable military grade type-II braided nylon fiber cord
  • 3x Magnifying Lens is ideal for tying flies or working with small tackle
  • 4 Tools: Magnifying Lens, Long Snips, LED Light and a Hook eye Cleaner
  • Integrated safety feature locks the blade close when not in use
  • Cuts 50 lb. braided line, fluoro line and mono lines clean and smooth every time
  • 420 Stainless steel cutters are corrosion resistant
  • Easily attaches anywhere with the included carabiner
  • Replaceable Maxwell LR1130 battery included with the Long SNIP Cheaters

Model

SNIP223 Without LED Light - Easily cuts braid, fluoro, and mono lines. 3X magnifying lens. Hook eye cleaner. Long snips with integrated blade safety mechanism. 36" retractable tether with carabiner. Clam packed.

SNIP224 With LED Light - Easily cuts braid, fluoro, and mono lines. 3X magnifying lens. LED light. Hook eye cleaner. Long snips with integrated blade safety mechanism. 36" retractable tether with carabiner. Clam packed.

Caring for your Gear

Always wash your retractable gear tethers, fishing zingers and end fittings after each use. Submerge your retractable gear tethers and zingers in freshwater and pull the reel out a few times, while submerged, to flush out any debris inside the reel.