Cabela's Deluxe Ball-Bearing Cross-Lock Snaps Black

Priced: $13.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Deluxe Ball-Bearing Cross-Lock Snaps Black -
This heavy-duty duolock swivel is guaranteed to lock in place and stay securely attached. Equipped with a premium ball bearing swivel. Per 24. (Nickel shown).
Color: Black.
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Cabela's Deluxe Ball-Bearing Cross-Lock Snaps Black Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

super

super easy swivel action, so they actually do what they are designed to do. Swivel/spin! Keeps line twist to a minimum on spin reels. Super strong for their size. The cross-lock is different than other swivel snaps. May take some getting used to. If you need a swivel that does not fail, this is it!
bornoutdoors at Cabelas on 12/18/2013

good quality

I have tried any number of ball bearing swivel manufacturer's and find these to be of good quality.
The snap itself is easy to open and is strong enough to hold any fish that my leaders can hold.
Newboat at Cabelas on 05/18/2012

Negative Reviews:

SMALL

I ORDERED THESE DIFFERENT SNAPS JUST TO TRY SOMETHING NEW FOR MY TACKLE BOX. THEY ARE VERY VERY HARD TO OPEN AND CLOSE. I HAVE BIG HANDS AND IT JUST DOESN'T WORK WELL TRYING TO OPERATE THESE SNAPS.
DRTOM at Cabelas on 04/23/2012

Neutral Reviews:

More difficult to open--close.

Mt old "safty-pin" type would open up after 5-10 striped bass, these do NOT. "However" IF you must put them thru the eye of the hook, they definatly are more difficult to change lures. "A Tradeoff?"
3398 at Cabelas on 07/30/2012