MiniReel™ Wind-up Reel
- Slot in the black handle allows reel to be hung.
- A plastic screw-lock ensures that it unwinds only when you wish it to do so.
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Dan W from Oregon
We have been using these MiniReels for several years because they are durable, light weight and simple. I have yet to find a reel that is well suited for paddock fencing that I am willing to purchase let alone try. We us the MiniReel for fencing that is moved often, sometimes several times a week. With tender loving care they last for us several years.
Ginger S from Florida
I really, really wanted to like these reels. A lightweight reel for shorter runs that's inexpensive - but the execution is poor on the design. Winding the intelli-twine onto these reels (We ordered 10) was a painful experience as they're not ergonomic to hold in your hand. The set screw to lock the reel looks like its going to get lost and render the reel useless, and if it weren't for the task of taking the 600' of twine off each reel, I'd return these. I am really not being overly harsh, I've seen nicer kite winding spools than this.
Benjamin L from midwest
Like the reel but 4 out of the 8 I've ordered have been missing the pin to retain the set screw. Without this pin the set screw is quickly lost and renders the reel useless. Asked for replacements with no response. Sure they're cheap but if you have to buy to in order to get one complete, they're no longer SO cheap.
Tom P from mid atlantic
We love these reels and can't seem to have enough. I have had some for years and have never had one break, which is surprising because we are pretty rough with them.
I really like this smaller reel. We have only had it a month, so time will tell how it will last. It is hard plastic, so cold weather may be a problem. It fits on my hand, with a thumb and a finger going into the holes in the black plastic. It holds a 660' spool of twine and I like having several small reels to connect between permanent fences to make paddocks. You set up a new one, open the middle, close it after the critters pass through, and then take down the back one. We use the harp clips. They are way better than metal ones or big plastic ones.