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Norvise

Norvise

Norvise

$ 395.00

Unbeatable Fly Tying Vises by Norvise
As experienced fly tiers know, the revolutionary rotary fly tying vise by Norvise has advantages over other rotary vises. Combined, these advantages make the Norvise a tool of both art and science — yielding a lifetime of fly tying success.
Centerline Perfection
Norvise positions the hook on a perfect rotational centerline, allowing the hook be spun, replacing tiresome hand-over-hand wrapping. With the shank of the hook always aligned to center, the material is “turned” or “spun” onto the hook. This is a real labor and frustration saver.


Body Material, Hackle and Dubbing
Precision ball bearing and heavy brass hubs enable Norvise to work like a spinning wheel for the world’s most fluid dubbing, creating perfectly shaped and textured bodies. Working thread, other body materials and hackle are applied better, faster and easier than by any other method.


Other Configurations
The Norvise system accommodates several configurations — all quickly and easily mounted onto the vise arbor. These configurations will handle nearly any fly tying situation — from tiny, delicate trout flies to large saltwater patterns — each different “configuration” excels in certain applications.


Norvise offers four rotary fly tying jaws: Standard Inline Jaws, Large Jaws, Fine Point Jaws, and the Tube Fly System


The Norvise - Fly Tying Vise comes standard with the Small Straight Jaws. This is the most popular and versatile configuration. Includes a matching Thread Post, Mounting Bolts, Operating and Set-up instructions, Hex Wrench, and a hour-long instructional video.
To expand your Norvise - fly tying vise's capabilities like tying huge salt water flies, tube flies, or extra small stuff, simply just add the selected Jaw to your shopping cart. No need to buy another vise.

REVIEWS:

"Beautiful vise. As advertised"

"WOW!!! What a fantastic tool. I bought this vise because I injuried my shoulder and wanted to be able to tie by spinning the vise. It worked GREAT!!!! As I recover the vise has become more and more powerful. Especially when used with a Nor-vise bobbin. I am able to tie the smallest and largest flies on this vise more quickly and with better visualization. I can easily inspect every aspect of the fly. With 4 solid stops and infinite other stops, it makes placing material where you want it percise and easy. I purchased the fine point jaws that work the best for me with the smaller flies. I tie a lot of bass and musky flies, which are very large. I wish there was a version of the fine point jaws for the large flies to free up the bend of the hook, my only recommendation.

I also purchased the bamboo table with the trash bin. That works great as well. Typically the other trash bins get in the way and miss a lot of material. This does not. It is wide and narrow letting you work close to the vise while catching things the whole width of the table.

This is the best vise I own and I own 6 vises. Now that I have this, I have no reason to add to my collection. You may ask why so many vises, because I wanted a true rotatary vise that worked easily. I did not find it until I purchased the Nor-vise."