6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I give the oil 5 stars. I give the ...,
This review is from: Quantum Fishing HTSCE Hot Sauce Performance Tuned Fishing Reel and Tool Oil, Red Finish (Sports)
I give the oil 5 stars. I give the container 3 stars. The oil is top-shelf. The container leaks...the tip cover won't stay on...the tip leaks where it's melded to the plastic. I store the oil with the original cap and red seal, but it still leaks out if I don't store it upright. For $10, I expect a container that's up to the task. I've probably already lost $1 worth of oil. Please, please, please improve the container!!!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Wish it came in bigger containers.,
This review is from: Quantum Fishing HTSCE Hot Sauce Performance Tuned Fishing Reel and Tool Oil, Red Finish (Sports)I have used Hot Sauce for years I picked up the habit in Alaska fishing kings (Chinook) and silvers (Coho), they can really mess with your gear and all the sand and muck, I had to clean my reels a lot and started using this up there instead of the abu oil, I like it bcs it sticks to the metal better (bonds better), and you can see where you oiled. it last longer too. I just bought another bottle I wish it came in bigger containers. I would just store the reels in the sauce during off season and let them drip dry... Just Kidding. I do use it a lot and the opposite of sparingly. Hey a smooth reel and nice carbon drag washers with drag grease can really help your fishing day.
Update 10/30/16, I had a big surprise on my 6600c4 with an 8'6" ugly stick this past Friday I was getting it ready for striper and I put some Berkley Pro Braid 30lbs on it, first cast backlash, 2nd, third all the same crazy over spin, I put on all the brakes and tightened the spool control and it... Read more
Todo arbol es madera, pero el ocote no es caoba.,
This review is from: Quantum Fishing HTSCE Hot Sauce Performance Tuned Fishing Reel and Tool Oil, Red Finish (Sports)Yes, it's oil, it's red, and it works. Is it really that great? Considering that I disassemble and clean my reels after every outing, I'm not sure that I will see the benefits of red oil over the ordinary color of ReelX. And at a cost of about eleven dollars for a tablespoon and half of oil, Hot Sauce should be "hot." I didn't notice it at the time of purchase, but I did notice at the time it became necessary to clean up the leaking oil mess on my desk that neither the Hot Sauce label nor the Amazon listing indicate the volume that is being sold. It was my impression that there are interstate commerce regulations that require this information. In any case, I made a good-faith attempt to calculate the volume of the little leaky bottle, and my arithmetic confirmed my sight measurement of 1.5 tablespoons: I calculated the approximate volume of oil in the bottle to be 24 milliliters. For those who don't want to bother with the conversion factors and multiplication, at a cost of... Read more