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Miller Reglex 3000
(a.k.a. Komet Rapidex 2000)
(#1606)

Front View Rear View
Front View Rear View
 
Left Side View Right Side View
Left Side View Right Side View

Technical Details

I acquired my Miller Reglex 3000 flipline adjuster from Olivier Peron Caillet in 2008.

The Reglex consists of a spring-loaded cam inside a stamped stainless steel shell, with a plastic knob at one end. The shell is made from a single piece of 2.0 mm. magnetic stainless steel sheet. Tabs at one end hold the plastic knob, which is held in place by an Allen socket-head screw. A hollow rivet at the eye holds the stamping together. The cam is a subtriangular piece of cast stainless steel that pivots on a 7.9 mm. axle riveted between the two sides of the shell. Another 7.9 mm. rivet acts as a line guide. One end of the cam spring fits under a tab punched into the shell. There are two 4.2 mm. holes in the shell that are probably alignment guides for manufacture.

My Miller Reglex 3000 flipline adjuster is 173 mm. tall, 68 mm. wide, 35 mm. thick, and weighs 295 g. The eye diameter is 13.2 mm., and the internal width is 19.2 mm.

One side of the device is stamped twice with "CT547120/004" in dot-matrix characters. The plate seems to have moved during one stamping, so the "172" are distorted and barely legible. The letters "OF" are also stamped on the same side. The screw head is stamped "CS" and "A2 70."

Comments

Komet sells the same device as the Rapidex 2000. The following figures show the respective kits:

Komet Rapidex 2000
Miller Reglex 3000

 Komet Rapidex 2000

Miller Reglex 3000