TO ORDER: CALL US
TO ORDER: CALL US
Going on a riskier dive? Use Dive Reels for some extra insurance. Dip ’N Dive carries scuba Diving Reels, finger spools and diving reel accessories to meet all your diving needs. Whether you need several hundred feet of line to explore a cave or shipwreck, or just a smaller piece to jump from one line to another, we have the reel for you. Choose the size and style that does the job.
150' dive reelScuba Max Dive Reel with a thumb stopper270 ft of lineThumb/Finger stop for line controlDurable ConstructionGreat for Flag carrying t...View full details
270' dive reelScuba Max Dive Reel with a thumb stopper270 ft of lineThumb/Finger stop for line controlDurable ConstructionGreat for Flag carrying t...View full details
30 Meter Finger SpoolInspired by technical diving and versatile enough to be used in a range of diving applications, the new LifeLine spool from Ap...View full details
15 Meter Finger SpoolInspired by technical diving and versatile enough to be used in a range of diving applications, the new LifeLine spool from Ap...View full details
Spools are injection-molded with glass-filled nylon.Available in three sizes.Spools are injection-molded with glass-filled nylon.#24 hi-viz yellow ...View full details
New vertical version of the tested Spiro reels.New vertical version of the tested Spiro reels. These two models with 65-mm coils are intended for t...View full details
Medium finger reel with brass clip 160 ft. of lineWhen it comes to safety equipment, simplicity and durability are two of the most desirable featur...View full details
Small finger reel with brass clip 45 ft. of lineStay safe during your dives with Trident Reef Finger Reel. The tool features a simple design and st...View full details
Tested and used by spearfishers in the harshest diving and spearfishing conditions this Spectra Reel Line will surpass your expectations as it has ...View full details
Riffe HORIZONTAL N.F. REEL (without line) - FLAT MOUNT
Inspired by technical diving and versatile enough to be used in a range of diving applications, the new LifeLine spool from Apeks features easy to ...View full details
ScubaMax 50FT Aluminum Finger Spool Red LineScubaMax 50FT Aluminum Finger Spool Red LineFEATURES:- Compact & Durable- Stainless Steel double en...View full details
50FT Aluminum Finger Spool Yellow Line50FT Aluminum Finger Spool Yellow LineFEATURES:- Compact & Durable- Stainless Steel double ended clip- Ca...View full details
The ScubaMax Dive Reel features a high-visibility braided line and a double-ended bolt snap. The ScubaMax Dive Reel features a high-visibility brai...View full details
Bright #24 orange nylon braided line Robust 316 Stainless hardware Side handle design and built-in rubber stop A reliable primary reel is a neces...View full details
304 stainless steel with anodized surface #24 orange line 4” stainless steel doublender bolt snap Flared Stainless Steel Finger Spools Flared edge...View full details
Spool is machined from Delrin, will not warp or absorb water like nylon spoolsSolid, one-piece, anodized aluminum handleSpool lock can mount on eit...View full details
600lb Spectra Speargun Reel Line - 200ft SpoolUsed on RIFFE's Horizontal and Vertical Reels. 200 ft spool of 600 lb. Spectra Reel Line
45 Meter Finger SpoolInspired by technical diving and versatile enough to be used in a range of diving applications, the new LifeLine spool from Ap...View full details
New aluminium reels with different line capacity (30mt. for model 30 and 50mt. for model 50).New aluminium reels with different line capacity (30mt...View full details
Spools are manufactured from 316 grade SSAvailable in three sizes.Spools are manufactured from 316 grade SS.#24 international orange nylon 16 stran...View full details
Both dive reels and finger spools have a variety of uses. The most common ones include exploration of wreck and cave dive spots, search and recovery safety lines, general diver training and creating a secure connection between the diver and the SMB (Surface Marker Buoy). Nevertheless, there are a few differences between these two instruments.
As far as construction goes, the reel, unlike the spool has a handle and a knob. Some reels position the handle on top to enable divers who use a handheld light to hold both instruments in one hand. This way the other hand remains free to work the reel. In case the diver wants to change the position of the handle and move it to the side, many models come with a series of pre-drilled holes in the frame of the reel.
A finger spool, on the other hand, has holes in the face that you can put your fingers in and wind it that way. The spools are normally made of some form of plastic such as Delrin - a very strong and only slightly negatively buoyant material. There are some finger spools, manufactured from aluminum. These spools are strong, but slightly more negatively buoyant than Delrin ones.
All finger spools are typically constructed as one piece. This makes them strong and eliminates many possible failure points. Another benefit of finger spools is that they are small enough to be stowed in a dry suit or BCD pocket.
No matter whether you prefer reels or spools, you will be able to find the desired option right here at Dip ‘N Dive.