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Description

Retractable Lanyard / "Zinger"

Every fishing vest needs one of these! This retractable lanyard (sometimes called a "zinger") pins to your shirt or vest. Attach a tool (like a clippers or nipper) to the end of the lanyard. The lanyard extends about 18" and automatically retracts when you let go.

For an economical but highly effective combination, match this lanyard with one of our ">clippers.

The body of this item is approximately 1" in diameter.

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Reviews
Review Summary
3.4
(5 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.80%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (3)
Pros
Functional (4)
Easy To Use (3)
Easy To Maintain (3)
Durable (2)
Cons
Poor Design (2)
Best Uses
Fresh Water (3)

Customer Reviews
Madison River Visito
West Yellowstone, Montana
 Not a secure attachment
Cons: Poor Design
Comments: Lost the zinger and attached line cutter on the first day because the pin came undone. Had a similar clip on type attached to a strap buckle that worked great.
slowsloth
texas
 ok, hemos sometimes came off
Pros: Easy To Maintain, Easy To Use, Functional
Cons: Tool holding clasp weak, Poor Design, Clasp lock poorly made
Best Uses: Streams, Fresh Water
Comments: cheap, and had some luck after fiddling with it, for the price its a steal
Mr. Bill
Ephrata Wa.
 worth the price
Pros: Functional
Cons: Poor Construction
Best Uses: Fresh Water
Comments: I orderd two of them & one worked & 2nd one was froze up [...] I use it while Fly Fishing, Attached to Vest,I would buy more if I had a use for more,
DrewSh
Ohio
 Quality lanyard
Pros: Functional, Easy To Use, Easy To Maintain, Durable
Best Uses: Fresh Water
Comments: easy to use lanyard!
robkruege
Iowa
 I love this product.
Pros: Functional, Durable, Easy To Use, Easy To Maintain
Best Uses: To hold my glasses
Comments: I glue it to the back of pins and wear it to hold my glasses. I get people asking where they can get on, all the time.
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