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About Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & Master Clip

Drift Diving is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable dives you can ever make. There you are at Neutral Buoyancy Floating along your Breathing Rate is like you are sitting on the couch watching the reef go by on TV. Your breathing so slow you can make a tank of air last forever, yet if you decide to stop and look at something more closely, forget it. Now you're fighting the current to stay stationary and using air at an extraordinary rate.

Having a Drift Reef Hook can save the day. Place it into or under a "Non Living Rock "on the bottom [not Living Coral) and you can now easily stay in one spot without a struggle. Also can be used when on the surface to keep stationary when making safety stops or waiting for the boat to pick you up. Hook is made of Rust Resistant Stainless Steel for Strength and Durability. The 50" (127 cm) Line is Durable Nylon with a Stainless Steel Easy-Release Master Clip.

Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & Master Clip Features

  • Solid Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel Hook
  • Eyelet on Hook & Clip for Line Attachment
  • Drift Hook with Hooked End to Anchor
  • Stainless Steel Spring Loaded Master Clip
  • 50" (127 cm) Line
  • Great for Drift Diving
  • Keeps You Stationary when Diving in Current

Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & Master Clip Specifications

Materials
Hook & Clip: Stainless Steel, Line: Nylon
Dimensions
Line: 50" (127 Cm)

Trident Stainless Reef Hook, 50" Line & Master Clip Customer Reviews

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4.0

This Rock Hook Rocks!

By FelipeFlyboy

from Fort Worth, TX

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Improves Diving Experience
  • Solid Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • All Diving Applications
    • Cold Water
    • Professional
    • Recreation
    • Warm Water

    Comments about Aqua Trident Stainless Drift Reef Hook with 50" (127 cm) Line and Easy Release Master Clip:

    Bought this in anticipation of Palau's ripping currents next April.

    Tried this rig last week in Cozumel's moderate current. Worked well. Clip releases easily.

    Need to assure a solid rock anchor point with no coral infringement either from the hook itself or the extended line.

    As there were no weight-stress specs given for the hook line, I replaced the supplied 50 cm yellow line with more a more substantial and longer line from a local rock-climbing store. This was generated by advice from other divers with considerable Palau experiences.

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    5.0

    nice looking reef hook

    By Dr. Marie

    from Chicago, Illinois

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Improves Diving Experience
    • Lightweight
    • Solid Construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • All Diving Applications
      • Recreation
      • Warm Water

      Comments about Aqua Trident Stainless Drift Reef Hook with 50" (127 cm) Line and Easy Release Master Clip:

      have not used this hook yet, but it appears to be better constructed then the cheaper ones on the live aboards that I dive on.

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      Scott S  Don't understand the difference between the #2 brass clip and stainless master clip. Why use one or the other? I assume their primary purpose is to secure the hook assembly to your BC so why the more expensive master clip?
      JOEL E  If you are in a strong current, where a reef hook can be most advantageous, it can be difficult to release a standard double ended bolt clamp in an emergency(due to the high tension created by the current rushing over you while anchored). The benefit of the master clamp is it will still release, regardless of tension, by simply squeezing the two long sides together (like a striker for a propane torch).
      Shopper  What is this product used for?
      Bram K  How you use the easy master release clip
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