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Black Magic Equalizer Twin Pin Pro Belt / Harness Set

Black Magic Equalizer Twin Pin Pro Belt / Harness Set

As the name suggests, the Twin Pin Pro has two pins, one in the traditional recessed position, and a new pin in the front of the rod bucket. Now, anglers have maximum leverage whether using a straight butt or a bent butt rod, without the need for an adaptor. Simply choose the best pin for your style of rod and you are fishing without restrictions.

Padded with a special material utilising sports medicine technology to give you more comfort and better blood circulation during long fights. The padding is similar in construction to that used in the manufacture of rugby headgear. You will be amazed at the extra pressure you can apply, 30 pounds over the rod tip is as easy as pulling 20 pounds with other systems. Bad back? No strain, no pain!

More stability - the unique design features eliminate sideways movement of the gimbal when under load, especially in sloppy seas.

More leverage - your body weight is used to maximum advantage because the patented recessed gimbal pin is positioned low down and further back than other systems.

Easy to use - wear the unique webbing belt all day, when the big strike comes the gimbal slips on in seconds.

Quality - designed and manufactured in New Zealand using the best materials available.

Black Magic Equalizer Twin Pin Pro Features

  • NEW Twin Pin Pro Gimbal
  • Webbing belt / drop straps
  • Equaliser Harness
  • FREE carry bag

Correct Posture and Technique


This is the correct posture to take when fish is taking line from your reel. Your knees should be slightly bent and your feet should be slightly apart. Your back will be slightly arched so your body weight is supported correctly by the harness. Your arms should be feeling very little strain, as the harness takes all the load, leaving your hands free.


This is the correct technique to lift your fish and gain line once your fish has stopped taking line. Your knees should be slightly more bent. Your back is still slightly arched and supported by the harness, but the load is increased on the harness by effectively 'sitting' in it. As you sit in the harness and transfer weight, your rod will lift the fish.


Your rod is at its heightened position and is loaded to its full potential. Once you've lifted the fish, wind on line while you lower your rod and then repeat. At all stages you should have the rod slightly bent, thus keeping a constant pressure on the fish.

Correct Posture and Technique