Traveler 2200 Cam Vise C-Clamp Model
The Traveler True Rotary Vise was first introduced in 1988, since then it has become the most popular in the world. It offered the True Rotary feature Renzetti Inc is known for, as well as portability, unquestionable hook holding power and an affordable price.
The T2000 Traveler Series vise as it was called back then have gone thru some major changes. From a T2000 Traveler Non Cam Jaw to a C2000 Traveler Series with Cam jaw. It was not until almost 20 years later that the most dramatic change took place, when we introduced the Traveler 2200 Series Vises and 2012 when the Traveler 2300 was introduced.
While still we offered the great features of a True Rotary Vise, the Traveler 2300 and 2200 offers more comfort and longer lasting finish. We added a 7″ stem to the base model, all aluminum parts were anodized, and a polyurethane jaw o-ring added longer wear to your tying need. We did not compromise in quality nor did we cut corners with this vise. Our goal was to continue to offer the beginner as well as the experience tyer a True Rotary vise that will challenge her or him as well as offer a long lasting piece of equipment.
In 2015, we re-introduced the Original Traveler 2000 Series Vises, while still offering some of the improvements made throughout the years.
For those that just want the latest Renzetti can offer, then The Traveler 2300 Series Vises will be the choice.
Renzetti Inc., is a family owned business that started its operations in Romansville PA in the early 70's. I started making fly tying hand tools in a one car garage. Frustrated with the fly tying vises that were available at the time, I started working on the Presentation 3000 with the input and support of my brother Robin, that was not the first vise designed by Renzetti, however it was the first True Rotary vise made. Since its beginning, the Presentation 3000 became the vise of choice of the elite and at a retail price of $199.95 it was the most expensive vise available. By 1977 my hobby had become a part time job, and in 1978 I resigned full time job to open Renzetti Custom Machine's doors in a now 3 car garage. Eight years later, a new manufacturing facility was build and in 1988 Renzetti Inc, as it in know today, was formally introduced.