The red oak base extends storage capacity for your special collections or favorite tools and perfectly complements the chest. Built with the same attention to detail, there are 2 half-width drawers to hold smaller items with 2 full-width drawers, mounted on friction reducing, molded plastic drawer slides. A single key locks the front lid of your base, keeping valuables and tools safe and secure. During use, the front lid slides under the bottom drawer and out of the way to allow complete access to all drawers. 10"H x 21½"W x 11½"D. Imported.Fully-loaded kit contains the Orvis Fly-Tying Manual, a cam-action vise, scissors, whip finisher, hackle pliers, dubbing needle, bobbin, bobbin threader, and hair stacker. Materials include: assorted hooks, dubbings, threads, dry fly saddles, head cement, wires and tinsels, beads, dumbbell eyes, chenille, marabou, hare's mask, mottled turkey quills, Hungarian partridge, peacock herl, muskrat fur, deer tails, and Krystal Flashessentially all the fly tying materials you'll need to tie the following 8 flies: Wooly bugger streamer, chartreuse/white Clouser minnow, Adams dry, emerging X-caddis dry, flashback, pheasant tail nymph, hare's ear nymph, Letort hopper, beadhead soft hackle nymph. Made in USA/imported.
Overall: 4.7 / 5 based on 3 reviews
3 of 3 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Chest was as advertised and is perfect for organizing all the Stuff required to tie in an area I use for that and other activities like work. Good looking and functional.
Great Purchase -
By: Gregngtrout17 from Atlanta, GA.
Purchased the top section first, put all my fly tying materials in, and then ordered the bottom to put the larger hares ear mask and hackles. This is a beautiful chest, and it holds all of my tying materials from feathers, hooks, beads, mask, thread, ribbing, on and on. Holds a ton of stuff and keeps it organized.
Good in Parts -
By: JP48 from Norfolk UK
The overall wood finish was excellent and the base fitted the peviously purchased chest very well. Unfortunately there was a small crease in the felt of one of the drawers. Too small to reject the item, but a more rigorous post manufacture inspection would prevent this from leaving the factory.