Reel & Spool Guide

Reels and Spools

Tech diving reels are simple and reliable and are most used for laying guidelines in over head environments like caves. Large handles with large spools that can carry a large amount of line.

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Comments

Lenny Mayer says:

Thanks, very good! 🙂

yeusing says:

Yes. I use double ended bold snap and I feel very convenient. Thank you!

Bogy 1 Kinoby says:

1:05 I’m sorry but you are giving people the wrong info here. You do not need a double ended bolt-snap, just get a normal bolt-snap and tie the eye of the bolt snap around the line. Cheaper, less likely to let off by accident, lighter

dharmapunk5 says:

I don’t use a reel or a spool yet. I watched the video to get an idea why I’d want to. I think it’s going to be a while before I do any overhead environment diving, but I do plan on getting my advance open water certification this summer. Looks like one use for the line is breadcrumbs yes?

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