Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel

Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel
Our PriceUS$55.00
CodeRE4100 RE4120 RE4110
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The Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel is one of the most versatile length reels in our line. With its 140-feet of line, it is the perfect reel for cavern divers and their limited penetration. As a cavern diver progresses into cave training the Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel can act as a jump or safety reel. Wreck divers have also adopted the Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel as the perfect reel for shooting lift bags or marker buoys.

The Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel is available with 140 feet of braided #24 line in either white(RE4100) or orange(RE4120). The Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel is also available with 90 feet of heavier braided #36 white line (RE4110).

The traditional design of the Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel is easy to use. A top mounted handle allows divers to easily hold the reel and a light in one hand while winding the reel with the other. An ergonomic T-top stainless lockdown screw positively locks the free spinning spool in place when needed, and a retaining screw ensures that the lockdown screw cannot back out all the way and be lost.

A medium sized shackle snap is used to secure the Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel to a D-ring on the diver. If desired, the shackle snap can easily be removed and replaced with the any snap using a quick link.


Dive Rite Classic Safety/Cavern Reel Technical Specifications:
White, DuPont fiber braid line provides strength and minimizes fraying.
Orange, Dacron line does not stretch, keeping firm tension.
Cave series reels use #24 braid line giving 220-lbs of breakage strength. Wreck series reels use #36 braid line giving 350-lbs of breakage strength.
Injection molded polycarbonate spools resist breakage and cracking.
Marine grade stainless steel frame and axle are corrosion resistant.
Marine grade stainless steel shackle bolt snap is corrosion resistant.
T-top lockdown screw for easy grip
1.08 lb (0.49 kg)



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