Eagle Claw Lazer Power Snap Swivels

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Eagle Claw Lazer Power Snap Swivels -
Because they are up to four times stronger than other swivels of comparable size, you can use a smaller swivel without compromising strength. Holding power is enhanced by the design of the Hypersnap system that adds to the overall strength of the swivel.
Color: Black.
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Eagle Claw Lazer Power Snap Swivels Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

best small swivels

I tried these first because of the small size of the smallest ones... for use on small trout spinners. I was a die-hard ball bearing swivel user until I used these. Been fishing for 40 years, and IMO these are as good as any snap-swivels out there, for general freshwater use. Yes, you can lose the snap if you are not careful, so, be careful. I use the size 10 for steelhead fishing with spoons, and have had no problems at all. I have started using the size 12 and 14 for streamers on fly tackle now too- sometimes just using the snap alone. I wish we could buy just the Hyper-Snaps as well.
JASZ at Cabelas on 01/12/2014

not for everyone...but

Although a definite challenge to open & close, the HYPERSNAP design is very sleek & strong....and the quality of this swivel design, per my experience, nearly matches ball-bearing swivels...plus this makes for a very stealthy terminal connection between main line and leader.
morrum at Cabelas on 03/04/2011

Awesome

These are the strongest swivels I have found at a non fish spooking small size. I use them to make muskie leaders.
fishinboy45 at Cabelas on 04/22/2012

Negative Reviews:

Hard to open

I only have one hand and thus love snap swivels for lack of tying on new baits. These are very hard to open and once open very easy to lose the snap. I recommend using just about any other snap style.
LazyLefty at Cabelas on 07/16/2010