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SPRO Ball Bearing Swivels With Coastlock Snaps

Item#: F12003

9 reviews

SPRO Ball Bearing Swivels With Coastlock Snaps feature a ball bearing swivel with a welded split ring on one end and a super secure Coastlock snap on the other … Learn More

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SPRO Ball Bearing Swivels With Coastlock Snaps feature a ball bearing swivel with a welded split ring on one end and a super secure Coastlock snap on the other end. These swivels are constructed of high-grade stainless steel to provide incredible strength and durability while keeping line twist to a minimum.

 

These swivels have a black finish.

 
SizeTestQty. per Pack
245 lb.10
360 lb.10
4100 lb.10
5165 lb.6

Reviews

  • 5

    High quality swivels:

    Posted by Joel on June 23, 2021

    Been using the size 3 for salmon fishing for the past couple of years now. I have nothing but good to say about these snap swivels. Excellent quality!

    Been using the size 3 for salmon fishing for the past couple of years now. I have nothing but good to say about these snap swivels. Excellent quality!

  • 3

    Size

    Posted by Michael on May 20, 2021

    Size 3 is a bit small for Salmon spoons. Next size bigger should be perfect.

    Size 3 is a bit small for Salmon spoons. Next size bigger should be perfect.

  • 5

    Worth the $

    Posted by Bruce on March 13, 2021

    Spro are designed and built to be strong - they won't be the weak link in your set up. If you are having difficulty opening/closing these, I suggest holding the eye with your needle nose pliers. … Read More

    Spro are designed and built to be strong - they won't be the weak link in your set up. If you are having difficulty opening/closing these, I suggest holding the eye with your needle nose pliers. Only buy these if gear failure is not an option!

  • 5

    size 3 and up are fine

    Posted by tony b on January 12, 2021

    A lot of people are saying these are hard to open. I use them on the big lake.. I agree that size 2 is a PAIN.. but.. they actually get good from size 3 up.. I use size 3 constantly on the big lake tr… Read More

    A lot of people are saying these are hard to open. I use them on the big lake.. I agree that size 2 is a PAIN.. but.. they actually get good from size 3 up.. I use size 3 constantly on the big lake trolling. have no problems opening them up at all.

  • 1

    broke and small

    Posted by Adam on November 15, 2020

    I got size 2 for spoons. They are very small making it very hard to open the snap along with the snap getting stretched out making it not closing.

    I got size 2 for spoons. They are very small making it very hard to open the snap along with the snap getting stretched out making it not closing.