Boomerang Line Cutting Tool Review: Top 3 Pros and Cons
It’s gear review time!
Need a compact tool to quickly and easily cut line?
The Boomerang Line Cutting Tool may be your best bet.
Check out this video where we break down the top three pros and cons of this tool.
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Boomerang Line Cutting Tool Review [VIDEO]
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I’ve been using the same one for at least four years and love it. The jaws are not as sharp now but still work so I guess it’s time for a new one. I definitely have gotten my monies worth.
Good stuff Steve! I would definitely say you got some good use out of them.
I have had mine for a year and a half. No issues noted and they are very handy. I generally clip them to the loop on the pocket of my fishing shirt and stick them in the pocket. I fish from shore, boat and kayak. They are always part of my minimum requirement kit.
Good stuff James!
I love mine. You can prevent the screws from rusting by dripping liquid rubber electric “tape” onto the screw heads.
Ave them and love them. At thirteen dollars I keep several spares. They do rust if not cared for.
Agree on both points. Great tool but it can rust.
I have had several of these items for a number of years. I like them very much because they are quite sharp and cut very easily. The only downside I found was if I don’t lock it closed when done using it I have found that I have dropped a line into the jaws and cut or nicked the line.
Yep! I have had that happen while tying up my leaders and hooks at home (luckily not on the water yet). Quickly learned to keep those puppies closed.
I have used this tool a lot. Have bought several over the years. But it does have problems cutting braid.
Over time they can definitely wear down. But I have yet to find a anything that really holds up for very long when cutting braid.
It is one of the rare piece of equipment that can be considered « perfect » for a job in one’s box.
I use them exclusively. But only problem they don’t last to long. Usually replace 2 or 3 times a year
Yep nothing will last forever. If you think about it though, how much money in lures and bait we lose throughout the year. Probably a fraction of the cost of replacing tools.
ordered one yesterday so knowing amazon prime, i’m expecting a truck tomorrow!. It seems like most of your cons involved the chance of the points cutting you when sitting. Why not just kiss the tip on a grinder and change it from a point to a blunt tip? I don’t see any reason why you need the tip to be a point.
The pointy tips help if you are trying to get a really close cut on a tag end of your line, such as when tying an FG knot.
I’ve been using them for about 2 years now. I also gift them to everyone I know who fishes.
Good stuff Ken! Definitely a great gift.