Cobra DavinChi Rod
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6x more leverage power than traditional fishing rods

Cobra DavinChi Rod
MORE POWER * MORE COMFORT * MORE FISHOrder now

A new Generation of fishing rod

The unnatural design of traditional fishing rods forces tension and stress on your wrist, hands, and tendons, which may lead to nerve compression syndrome, numbness, and pain in your joints, shoulder, and trapezius muscle.
Constant use of traditional fishing rods may cause chronic injury
The following image demonstrates the intense amount of stress to the wrist from holding a straight fishing rod.
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Capitan Marcus holding the Cobra DavinChi Rod

The science of DavinChi Rod

The DavinChi Fishing Rod has a perfect, natural, and comfortable grip, increasing your power and reducing six times the weight traditional rods place on the wrist. This means greater control with more power, more comfort, and more fish.

The DavinChi Rod is designed by Chi Huynh, an award-winning designer and artist. The DavinChi Rod is perfect for everyday fishing at the shore, pier, lake, or on a boat.

The tip is sensitive enough to catch a 1-pound fish and powerful enough to handle a 25 pounds fish. Though the included tip is not designed for 50+ pound fish, we encourage you to test the rod's limits. If it breaks, we will replace it at no charge.

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Ever forgotten your knife on a fishing trip?

Not to worry, we’ve got you covered!

DavinChi Rod knife built in damascus steel
DavinChi Rod's knife up close

Each DavinChi Rod comes with a hidden knife in the bottom of the rod’s handle. It will always be there when you need it the most. • High-quality Damascus steel • Strong and durable wood handle • Designed for peace of mind.

The art of DavinChi

Engineered tested for structural strength

Exclusive patented design
Patent No.: US 7,854,086 B2

Ergonomic design for comfort, strength and catching more fish

Rod and handle made with the finest carbon fiber

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The DavinChi Rod Experience

Testimonials

Doug said about DavinChi Rod

Doug

Perfect at the pier. I can rest the snake curve over the rail too. I like it.

Eric said about DavinChi Rod

Eric

This is bad ass

Carlos Reynosa said about DavinChi Rod

Carlos Reynosa

Love my rod.

Chi said about DavinChi Rod

Chi

Fits perfect on my boat.

Pablo said about DavinChi Rod

Pablo

This rod has a good backbone for big and small fish without carrying two rods on my fishing trip.

George said about DavinChi Rod

George

I've been fishing for years and have dozens of rods, but this is the most comfortable rod I have ever owned.

Conrad said about DavinChi Rod

Conrad

It is very comfortable and more powerful for sure.

Mike said about DavinChi Rod

Mike

Classy rod for classy people.

Cobra DavinChi Rod

Carbon fiber Cobra DavinChi Rod with detachable tip
Total Length: 8.5 feet Handle
length: 30 inches
Tip length: 72 inches
Tip weight: 08- 12 lbs medium action
Arm support
Guide: alconite ring and stainless steel frame
Knife: Damascus steel with wood handle

order now and receive in september 2022

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DavinChi Rod Community

American Outdoors interviewing DavinChi Rod

Kurt Tillman bought the DavinChi Rod

Fishing in this video was done with captain Kurt Tillman.

Eric Testing and Catching Big Yellow Tail with DavinChi Rod

Captain Charlie bought the DavinChi Rod

Specifications

DavinChi Rod Specifications
DavinChi Rod Specifications

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Frequently Asked questions

  • No, at the moment, the DavinChi Rod is explicitly designed for spinning reels. The fish caught in our videos were primarily caught with the Tsunami SaltX 4000, 5000, and 6000 and the Van Staal VS X series.

  • There are many good brands out there you can select from to fit your budget. We personally prefer and use the Tsunami SaltX 5000 or 6000 and the Van Staal VS X series.

  • While the Davinchi rod is officially rated for 8-12 lbs, the rod has an extraordinary tip. Not only be light and sensitive enough to feel and catch a 1lb fish, but it also has enough backbone to catch a 25lbs plus fish, as can be seen in our videos. This means you only need a DavinChi rod to do most of your everyday type of fishing. While the current tip is not designed for giant grouper or 100 lbs plus tuna, we’ve seen fantastic fisherman pull in some huge fish well beyond its rating. Though we intend to offer higher-weight rods in the future, you can reach out to us and special order an additional heavier tip for bigger fish.

  • DavinChi rods are specially designed for interchangeable tips to save money from buying multiple fishing rods. Our current tip on this website is suitable for catching fish size 2lbs to 25lbs for everyday usage. We are producing bigger tip sizes: 15-30 lbs and 35-50 lbs, and in the next few months you will be able to order these tips directly from the site. In the meantime, let us know what other size of tip you may need, and we will create a custom-made tip to accommodate your request.

  • Yes, moving the leverage from the wrist to the elbow frees up more strength in your single-arm, allowing for a greater force in catching fish one-handed. When encountering even bigger fish where both arms are needed, you can maximize your strength by allowing both arms to pull with more efficiency. Essentially, you will be able to catch bigger fish in general.

  • Yes, it's designed to fit most boat inserts.

  • You cast it the same way you would a traditional rod with a spinning reel.

  • Yes, though this rod is specifically designed and weighted for bigger fish. We also plan to create smaller weighted rods in the near future.

  • The Community is a group of fishing enthusiasts that share photos and videos of their favorite catches using the DavinChi rod to be featured on social media and YouTube. and the DavinChi Rod YouTube Channel. Community members also receive exclusive pricing and discounts on DavinChi Rod products.

Copyright, patent and trademark by Chi Huynh | Patent No. US 7,854,086 | US Trademark No.: 97/349,492

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