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We tied a big bunch of flies of all sizes on each of these vises just to answer that question.
Joe Cornwall, Mark Blauvelt and I all tie our own flies. Between us we have over fifty years of tying experience and have collectively tied thousands of flies using a variety of different techniques and a wide selection of gear.
Our first major criterion was price.
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As the Senior Editor my job consisted of some serious web surfing sessions. I came up with a list that includes product from virtually every major manufacturer, which indicates that these companies have a vested interest in reaching the beginner and budget-conscious tier.
Hundreds of emails and dozens of phone calls later and we have a group of products ranging in price from under 20 dollars right up to the dollar limit. In the future all shootout reviews will have a price segment associated with the equipment. The next criterion is a unified definition of quality performance. This review uses ten specific areas that we found best described the actual in-use performance of the product.
Each of the ten areas is rated on a scale of 1-to-5 with 5 being the best level of performance. Here are the ten questions used to evaluate the performance of this selection of fly tying vises: Did the vise come in an attractive package?
Was it well packed and would the packaging serve as storage for the vise? Directions, literature, parts lists and documentation? Does this vise come with a set of directions that explain care and maintenance of the product?
Are there illustrations of the parts in case you need to order an accessory or replace a missing part? Are there well written directions explaining calibration and set-up of the vise? Vise fit and finish. Is this a well finished product? Did it communicate quality right out of the box? Is the clamp well designed? Did the clamp provide a solid, immobile mounting system for the vise? Did it remain tight through a long session of tying? Vise stem finish, adjustability and length. Is the vise flexible in placement for a number of tiers and table heights?
Smoothness of operation of vise jaws. Were they easy to open and close? Are the jaws easy to calibrate for various hooks? Do the jaws remain in the calibrated position or is it necessary to readjust the jaws after a few flies?
Is the vise capable of rotating? If so, was the rotating mechanism smooth and robust? No differentiation was given to simple rotability versus "true" rotary tying functionality.
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Jaw grip, hold and clearance. Does the vise hold the hook stable under both vertical and horizontal pressures? Is there access to tie on any type of hook in the normal size range? Can it reliably hold different sizes of hooks? Is the vise capable of being customized with a bobbin cradle, material clip, background card, parachute tool, waste receptacle, etc.?
A good vise should have a material clip included as part of its design. There is no category for this.
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Did you like this vise? Could you forget about the tool and do the job? Each of these performance parameters was graded using the rating system detailed in the sidebar. A scale of 1 to 5 was used, with 5 being the very best performance.
Each tier rated each vise and the the answer values were averaged for each question. The averaged values were then summed and a total point score was assigned to the product. Joe and Mark were only aware of retail price points after they had completed tying to keep price "prejudice" from affecting the outcome. Now that you know the ground rules we used, and without further adieu, please click the links below to get to the vises.