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  • Arrow cresting machine by SpinRite Cresters
  • Arrow cresting machine by SpinRite Cresters
  • Arrow cresting machine by SpinRite Cresters
  • Arrow cresting machine by SpinRite Cresters

Arrow Cresting Machine

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Arrow Cresting Machine

Welcome to the king of cresting machines...

Frustrated with sloppy uneven pinstripes on your arrows? It’s probably your cresting machine! Most cresters today simply spin your shafts with all the annoying wobbles and all. The SpinRite Arrow Crester with its unique adjustable roller and idler system allows you to dampen wobbles in those not so straight wooden shafts so your pinstripes are straight and true. These machines are for every archer that loves to crest their arrows properly.

Features of the SpinRite Arrow Crester

    •    Dual captured arrow shaft
    •    Large 9.5" working area
    •    Arrows can be "speed loaded" with crester running
    •    Fully adjustable arrow stop, support rollers, idler arm, and motor arm
    •    High torque (50 Oz/In) DC motor
    •    Adjustable front pattern rest - Can be raised or lowered
    •    Rear pattern rest
    •    Compact footprint
    •    Easy access power switch
    •    UK/European/USA power supply


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  1. Excellent

    Posted by Mick G. on 16th May 2012

    I am a sucker for a gadget and as I like to have pretty arrows I talked myself into getting one.

    Well I cannot fault it in any way so far. Easy to use straight out the box, instructions simple and straight forward and although I am still playing I am well pleased with the results.

    Just get yourself some decent paint, and the True North Paint is just that, definitely get yourself some decent brushes, and you will quickly be knocking out some top draw results quickly.

    I have not given it five as that would have to be based upon durability and as I have not had this long or used it that much I will keep a certain level of reserve.

    It is quite pricey if you do not build loads of arrows but if you like crested arrows and think that over a few years you will build a few dozen, which you will, then it starts to make sense. After all, a wrap will cost you at least a tenner for a dozen so if you have a family at this game then your payback may not be as long as you think. It is also certainly worth looking at if you have a few buddies who can share the burden with you.