Your site is misleading. It says..
60 lb Duo-Lock WITH #2 Willow Blades, Built with .041 Wire
But the $5.99 PRICE is without any blades. Although your caption says "WITH". As soon as you add blades the price goes up above most others in the market. Andddd there's no option for adding four blades like the picture you have. AM I MISSING SOMETHING?
First let me clear this, I have never mislead anyone, so sorry you take it like that. I have assisted many on the phone that are not very Computer Savvy. Thanks for the comments.
The Header - I had to find a way to separate the Willow from the Colorado Blade as well as define the type of blade.
The number of blades 1 - 1 blade per each leg, so when ordering a RonRig with 1 blade, there will be a total of 4 blades on the Rig. As for the price higher than the market price, I am not sure the market prices, and I won't compare my prices here.
The sale is for no blades and 1 blade (4 total), if you order 2 blades, there will be a total of 8 blades on the RonRig.
I hope this makes more sense, please feel to phone me if you have any questions, PM me and I will give you my phone number.
Some end user comments: Independent Testing
Bad1 here on the forum makes the best I've used. And I've used most of them.
+1 on chris post its called the Ron Rig
I know that thing will catch fish. We've already proved that. The willow leaf blades you added are sure to attract more fish.
I can attest to the quiality of the components of this rig. I was able to retrieve the 2 that I have left with the 4 oz. retriever. One of the hooks straightened enough to come unhooked from a tree it was hung up in. All the swivels and leaders held up fine to the amount of force I had to put on it to get that puppy back in the boat.
This is the 22" model, right?
Looking forward to testing the 34" model. I will definately want to have an assistant on the boat and the 8 oz retriever when I test it! Maybe we can make a trip together this weekend if the ramps are open and most of the floating mine field is cleared.
I'm already going thru DT's with all the rain and high water.
We need to see how it holds up to 3 or more double digit stripers at once.
I'm sure we will find a breaking point somewhere. Maybe?