Easton Archery Fletch-Tite Platinum Adhesive
If you're fletching carbon arrows with NAP vanes, don't waste your money with this glue. They won't stick.
March 26, 2013
Have trusted Fletchtite for many years, great 20 years ago even better today.
February 26, 2013
I have used Flech tite for a while with no problems. Picked up the Fletch-Tite Platnum after I ran out. Every arrow done with this new stuff after about 3 to 5 shots loses its fletchings. I have cleaned the shafts and fletchings a few different ways to try to fix the problem. Now I give up and going to try something else.
October 27, 2012
works great every time
October 18, 2012
I used this item to adhere my tips in my Crossbow bolts I let them cure for 24 hrs and when I shot my practice broadheads into my target They were left there when I pulle the bolts out so not only did this adhesive not work but cost me over $66 for the target I had to cut open.
October 16, 2012
using this to put plastic vanes on aluminum shafts and it is going well. There is plenty of time to work with them, but they still cure pretty quick. Better than superglue for sure.
July 10, 2012
Excellant Glue for feathers
Works great never had a feather come off since this product has been on the market. You need to know how to prepare the arrow shaft for it to bond the feather to the shaft.
June 10, 2012
This stuff is garbage on carbon shafts, after letting the arrow sit for 24hrs the fletches peel right off. I do not recommend this product for carbon arrows. It might be good on aluminum shafts idk. For carbon shafts just use a super glue. Just remember "Your arrows, vanes, and nocks are only as durable as the glue that holds them together" Way too much money for the quality
April 9, 2012
THIS GLUE IS HORRIBLE
Dont waste your time with this glue. It doesn't matter wood, carbon or aluminum shafts this glue does not work. Use Goat Tuff and you will have no problems
March 1, 2012
lost my first deer due to this garbage
This garbage cost me my first deer, I have shot feral hogs with my bow here in FL but could never get on a deer hunting public land. This year I did more scouting and found a couple of good spots, and refletched my arrows using this stuff week before open season. Followed the directions and shot my arrows once after giving a couple days of cure lost one fletching, thought OK ones not bad. Went out on opening day of archery in Zone C in FL. had a nice doe walk out 25 yards in front of me. Draw my arrow back, take aim, and release as the fletchings go through my Whisker one of the fletchings flies off and the arrow corkscrews over the back of the doe. Check the rest of my arrows the fletchings all easily came off. Used super glue to refletch all my arrows, now even pulling at them hard them don't come off. This product is not worth the time to look at it on the shelf, do not buy this and Dick's needs to stop carrying this product. Will by telling all of my hunter Ed Students to stay away from this.
September 18, 2011