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JBL Stainless Steel Tines Barbed Paralyzer Spear Point

SKU: JBL846
4.5
11 reviews
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good product

By JOSEPH P.

 -  NYC, NY, US

works as advertised. only shortcoming is that tines splay a little more than optimal …. they need a ring at base to adjust splay as needed

 

Like killing lion fish?

By John P.

 -  Isla Mujeres, Quantana Roo, MX

Me too! And I like eating them, kill more, keep more that you kill, the perfect lion fish point.

Constructed of rugged stainless steel, JBL's fixed Spear points are a perfect blend of durability and performance. Each point is designed for low maintenance, dependability and most important results. Paralyzers stop reef fish dead in their tracks on your pole spear. Whatever points you choose if it's from JBL you know you're getting your money's worth. Paralyzer has hardened stainless steel tines with barbs for better holding power. Paralyzing action to subdue fish used in rocks and reefs primarily on pole spears, for medium to small fish and comes in both 6 and 7mm thread.

JBL Stainless Steel Tines Barbed Paralyzer Spear Point Features

  • JBL Hardened Stainless Steel Tines Barbed Paralyzer Pole Spear Point
  • Barbed for Better Holding Power
  • Hardened Stainless Steel Tines and Paralyzing Action
  • Gold Anodized Base
  • For Pole Spear use in Rocks and Reefs
  • For Small to Medium Fish
  • Standard on JBL (JBL2D72 and 2D80) Pole Spears
  • Available with 6 or 7mm Threads

JBL Stainless Steel Tines Barbed Paralyzer Spear Point Customer Reviews

Review Summary

 
4.5

(based on 11 reviews)

73%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

good product

works as advertised. only shortcoming is that tines splay a little more than optimal …. they need a ring at base to adjust splay as needed

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Does the job most of the time

The spear tip is pretty effective in getting through the fish and doing fatal damage, but the barbs are almost nonexistent so an upset fish can easily shake it's way off the end. There are other 3-point spear tips with better barbs, but they generally are designed so they do not penetrate as far. I guess its a trade-off.

Reviewed by 11 customers

 

good product

By JOSEPH P.

from NYC, NY, US

works as advertised. only shortcoming is that tines splay a little more than optimal …. they need a ring at base to adjust splay as needed

 

Like killing lion fish?

By John P.

from Isla Mujeres, Quantana Roo, MX

Me too! And I like eating them, kill more, keep more that you kill, the perfect lion fish point.

 

Awesome tip!

By Matt

I use this in Lake michigan to pole spear carp. It works great but it dulls pretty quickly. Still an awesome tip and not hard to use even when it dulls a little

 

A Lion Fish worst nightmare

By LFK k.

I bought this tip to use with my JBL 21 explorer spear gun. I use this set up exclusively for killing lion fish in the Caribbean. It works great, especially if you plan on eating them as I do. I say this because the tips do not damage the meat as some of the larger single tips would and its easier to get them off the spear and into the bag with out getting stung. I was Amazed at how well the tips stay sharp, being that most shots on lion fish your gonna hit reef. I don't know what the other reviewer is talking about dulling the tips only after a few uses..? this is Not So! I've been using mine for over a year and its still as sharp as the first day I used it. My set up was so nice & effective that my dive master requested the same set up for herself, and she's been spearfishing for over 30 years. I've slayed close to 100 lion fish in 1 years time...you can't miss with this tip and should the LF slide off after the hit{it does happen,but not often}, its comforting to know he's now food for the other native species on the reef. I can't recommend this tip enough! buy 1 and see

 

Excellent product and price.

By Dave

good product

 

great item for spearfishing tool

By EDWARD T.

i use it for all my spearfishing adventuresits a great tool to have if your concerned about losing that medium sized fish your after

 

Nice Product

By bob

Good product and good price.

 

Aside from the above shortcoming, this appears to be a well made spear tip.

By BOB C.

My only issue is the length of the threaded attachment end. I am only able to tighten the threads into the spear shaft about 3/4 of a turn, leaving me to believe the tip could easily detach and be lost.

 

its deadly used properly

By Dave

This is a deadly tip[...]

 

Does the job most of the time

By Max

The spear tip is pretty effective in getting through the fish and doing fatal damage, but the barbs are almost nonexistent so an upset fish can easily shake it's way off the end. There are other 3-point spear tips with better barbs, but they generally are designed so they do not penetrate as far. I guess its a trade-off.

 

OK

By Mujo

good product but has some flaws. first off the tips dull really easily. after 2 days usage and countless shots the tips on this thing were shot. it is inevitable not to hit rocks with this thing when shooting in and around reefs. would recommend a cressi spear tip instead. the barbs aren't too functional either. if you don't get at least 2 of the spears in the fish forget it, it'll slide right off the spear and you can watch it swim away.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
BEN H  Great for killing lionfish. The barbs will break off if you slam it into coral too often but with practice and if you are careful it's a great tip.
PAT M  it is stainless so I feel it will last longer
Michael S  Does this point come with a sheath to protect the point when traveling? Also does it come with a "choke"?
Sam S  It comes with a tip protector that also pulls the three tines tight together. It does not come with a choke.
Mike E  It comes with a sheath, but not a choke. However, I would recommend buying somewhere else. LeisurePro (LP) does not stand behind their products if there’s a problem. I purchased a high end dive computer that was defective. LP denied the warranty saying I caused the damage. After over a year of arguing with them, LP then said they did in fact return the computer to the manufacturer who also denied the warranty and simply washed their hands of the situation. I contacted the manufacturer direct, who had no record of the computer being sent to them for inspection, and LP could not provide any of the return documents the manufacturer said all returns receive. I then returned it directly to the manufacturer who replaced it immediately as defective.
MICHAEL K  No choke...I use a couple of “O” rings. Yes...protective rubber tip comes with.
DAVID M  yes a small rubber/plastic cap and thread plug is included. not sure what you mean by a choke(?)
James C  There is no sheath, but it does come with a plastic tip protector that covers just over the barbed portion of the tip. I am not sure what you mean by choke, but there are no adapters. Make sure to check your threads on the pole spear for the correct size. Depending on your spear, you may need an adapter. I have the JBL 3' pole spear and it threads on great.
Charlie E  I just bought the Cressi-Sub SL Star 40 with a 8mm shaft. I measured the threaded end for the spearhead and go 6.68mm so which size should I get? Thanks, Charlie
KYLE B  Get the 6mm. I am pretty sure that's what my pole measures too. Leisure Pro also has a great return policy, just in case.
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