Dive Rite Cookie Spool

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$14.00
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DR-RE4030
Jumping from one line to another requires a gap line to connect the two lines and the Dive Rite Cookie Spool makes that quick and easy.

Dive Rite Cookie Spool

Cookie Spool with Hose Clip Retainer
Cookie Spool with Hose Clip Retainer Hose Clip Retainer Serves as the Line Stop Dive Rite Cookie Spool
  • Dive Rite Cookie Spool {30 ft | 9 m}
  • {2.3 in | 5.8 cm} in diameter loaded with orange color standard #24 cave line
  • Connecting two lines together is easy; locks to line quickly with notches on the spool
  • Ultra compact and packs easily into a pocket
  • Perfect for Cave or Wreck diving

Made from injection molded POM Acetal plastic the Dive Rite Cookie Spool is only { 2.3 in | 5.8 cm } in diameter loaded with { 30 ft | 9 m } orange color standard #24 cave line. It includes a hose clip retainer to serve as the line stop. Ultra compact, the Cookie Spool packs easily into a pocket and deploys with ease to gap a line. With the unique Cookie Spool, connecting two lines together is easy; it attaches and locks to the line quickly with notches on the spool that are similar to the notches on a line arrow or cookie. Watch the video above to see deployment of the Cookie Spool.

WARNING: The notches on the Cookie Spool do not allow for any high-speed deployment, so do NOT use this spool to shoot a lift bag.

More Information
SKU DR-RE4030
Brand Dive Rite
Weight 0.2000
Customer Reviews
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
  1. smooth and compact

    By Justin B.

    on 12 February, 2019

    the compact size makes it easy to fit multiple in a pocket with my other stuff. they deploy smooth. they have nowhere to clip a double ender on the frame so you have to clip into a tied loop of line when stowing.
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  2. Nice little spool of line

    By HoBeng C.

    on 30 November, 2016

    I used it to tie a line on a wreck so that my team can clip on their deco tanks.

    It was a handy little spool of line that was easy to deploy even when you are a little narc.

    DGX team did a good job in the delivery execution. :)
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  3. SRI-50125Screen Protector Film Replacement

    By Julia-Francesca G.

    on 1 March, 2016

    … does not fit the DiveRite NiTek Q Computer, that i bought it for.
    Spool is cool, delivery super fast, all apart from the cut out screen protector is perfect. Thank you guys
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History of the Finger Spool

In the early days of cave diving, guideline reels were not available for purchase and divers made their own using anything they could find. Cave diving pioneer Woody Jasper used a medical tape spool with cover to hold a short length of line for use as a gap reel. North Florida cave diver Bill Hogarth Main popularized using smaller electrical wire spools for safety and jump reels. Today, purpose built finger spools are more ergonomically designed and constructed from more durable materials than the original homemade solutions. The holes in the side allow for clipping a double ended snap anywhere along the perimeter of the finger spool to keep the line tight when not in use. Small and low-profile, a finger spool fits nicely out of the way in a pocket or clipped off to a D-ring. The larger finger spools are also an alternative to reels for shooting lift bags and surface marking tubes.



     

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