Wychwood Crimping Tool
Wychwood Crimping Tool
Wychwood was the original designers who developed this technique for anglers. With new mono's being used for hook lengths, it was time to raise the bar once again and completely remake a crimping tool that services the wants of todays angler.
Crimping lets rigs be created to the perfect length without tying undependable knots. It also reduces line damage that occurs with heat when tightening down knots in heavier lines.
Specifically designed jaws for closing crimps
Stainless steel jaws for strength
Side cutter attached
Sized for fitting in majority of tackle boxes
Select crimp size closest to your diameter of line for most consistent results. Sizes available: 0.6mm, 0.7mm & 0.9mm.
Line diameter should just fit into the hole in the crimp . 0.6mm will fit normal stiff materials like amnesia, 0.7mm crimp is perfect for thick types of material like 25lb stiff bristle filament and the 0.9mm size is perfect for 30lb+ mono
Jaws designed to flare crimp at the edges to prevent damage to the line
- Supplied with 3 different sized crimps: 0.6mm, 0.7mm and 0.9mm
Most items are £3.99 delivery to UK addresses unless:
- Parcels over 2kg will cost £5.99 postage
- Parcels over 4.5ft (2 piece 9ft rods for example) will cost £8.99 regardless of weight
- Deliveries to the EU will be charged at cost, but surcharges may be applicable due to increases in prices, or remote locations
Over £95.00 is free delivery for all items within the UK only and we are unable to send parcels over 4.5ft to the Channel Islands
Shipping & Delivery
We strive to send your purchase to you via Royal Mail Second Class or nominated courier in 3-5 days.
Sometimes however things happen between being sent from here and delivered to you which are out of our control. We do not accept liability for any late items unless they are more than seven (7) days later than your purchase date.
It does actually happen the other way and you could have your parcel the next day. Please note that we cannot deliver to a PO box address. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Our shipping costs are based on the individual items and the expense it costs us to deliver your purchase in the condition you would expect.
Parcels going to an Ireland address will require your post code (Eircode) at checkout.