Published Jun 24. 2020 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Jun 25. 2020

Stonfo Elite Vise Review

Tying flies is so much fun, but requires a few essential tools. One of the most critical is a vise, and in this video review, we examine the Stonfo Elite. This vise is manufactured by an Italian company and offers tiers lots of options, including height, angle, and tension adjustments. Throughout the video, I share my thoughts about this high-quality tool, plus give you a close-up view of the components. A favorite section is when I showcase the vise holding a range of hooks...even a #32! Approximate base dimensions: 7 3/8" x 6 3/8" x 1 5/8"
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