Samaki Deluxe Rod Case Tube
Sam was so excited about his newly purchased rods that he was about to take on his trip to Darwin next week. However, one thing instantly sprung into my mind, so I asked, "Sam, how are you going to protect those new expensive rods on the way up?" I was shocked when he said he would put them in his car on top of his swag and drive!
I immediately went into overdrive, thinking of all the scenarios where his rods could get damaged or even broken if he just threw them in the back of his car. I knew he needed a rod case, and fast! I showed him my Samaki deluxe rod case tube, and he was so impressed that he went out and bought one for himself. Thank goodness, now his rods will be protected on the long drive up!
While the above short story is fictitious, for the benefit of providing an example, what is true is that over the years of working in a fishing tackle store, we often encounter customers who have neglected to purchase a rod case. As a result, their rods have become damaged. In some instances, the damage has been so severe that the rod has become unusable.
A good quality rod case is an essential piece of equipment for any angler transporting rods around or travelling to fish. Not only do rod cases protect your rods from damage, but they also make it easier to transport multiple rods at once.
There are many different types and brands of rod cases on the market, so choosing one that is right for you and your fishing needs is essential. However, the best rod case I have found for sale from our suppliers is the Samaki deluxe rod case tube.
The Samaki deluxe rod case tube is second to none in terms of quality and protection for your rods. It is made with an ultra-tough plastic outer shell perfect for withstanding the bumps and scrapes that come with travel. The case also features a soft foam interior that cradles your rods and keeps them safe from impact and sliding around inside.
Depending on the rod guide size, the Samaki case has space for up to 10 rods, which is perfect for anglers who like to travel with multiple rods. The case also features a telescopic design with the outer length capable of extending from 1505mm to 2205mm for rods that are longer in length.
The Samaki deluxe rod case is well worth the investment, especially if you have expensive rods or frequently travel to fish. Not only will it protect your rods, but it will also make transport much more manageable.
Features and specifications
- Telescopic Rod Case
- Extends from 1.5 metres to a maximum of 2.2 metres
- Weight: Approximately 5.8Kg
- Outer Dimensions Approx: 1505mm (or 2250mm when extended) x 253mm width including handle x 106mm height
- Inner Dimensions: 1457mm (or 2157 when extended) x 153mm width x 66mm
- Can house up to 10 fishing rods (depending on rod guide dimensions)
- Compact design
- Rust free design
- Two lock points for a small padlock if desired
- 6 clips to open and close the rod case
- Crocodile teeth-style sponge to help keep rods in place
How to use the Samaki deluxe rod case tube:
- Extend the rod case to its full length if necessary.
- Place your rods inside the case, ensuring that the foam padding securely cradles each rod.
- If desired, lock the case shut using a small padlock (not included).
How Many Rods Does The Samaki Deluxe Fish Rod Case Hold?
The Samaki deluxe rod case tube can hold up to 10 rods, depending on the size of the guides and the thickness of the rod blanks. If you have beach rods with larger guides and thick blanks, then you may only be able to fit a couple in the case. In contrast, if you have light-style bream rods, you could fit up to 10 by placing 5 rods in one direction and the other 5 the other way. It should be noted that there is no guarantee of how many rods you can fit due to the dynamics of individual rods.
Is The Samaki Deluxe Rod Case Waterproof?
No, the Samaki deluxe rod case is not waterproof, but it is made with an ultra-tough plastic outer shell, so it is substantially water resistant.
What Happens If I Drop My Samaki Deluxe Rod Case?
The Samaki deluxe rod case has a shockproof outer shell to withstand fair drops and impacts. However, if you drop the case from a significant height or onto a hard surface with substantial force, there is a chance that the rods inside could become damaged.
How Do I Clean My Samaki Deluxe Rod Case?
The Samaki deluxe rod case can easily be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild soap. However, avoid getting the foam padding wet, as this could cause it to break down over time. If the padding gets wet, allow it to dry completely before using the case again.
Buy the Samaki Deluxe Rod Case Tube
The Samaki deluxe rod case is an excellent choice for those looking for a quality and durable option to protect their Fishing Rod investment. It is also great for anglers who frequently travel with multiple rods. The extendable design accommodates longer rods, and the shockproof outer shell protects against bumps and scrapes. The case is also easy to clean and maintain. Overall, the Samaki deluxe rod case is an excellent option for those looking for a high-quality rod case that will offer years of protection and durability. The case is now for sale here at the fishing tackle shop for our best online price.