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Daiwa Saltist Saltwater Spinning Reels

Daiwa Saltist Saltwater Spinning Reels

 
As the Saltist name implies, these reels were designed for all-out serious saltwater fishing, and that means simple, straight forward mechanisms that can withstand the punishment and still work flawlessly, time after time. Like a manual bail trip for fewer moving parts - greater strength and reliability. Even a dual, full-time anti-reverse you can depend on, with no lever to accidentally turn off or snag line. Reliability and performance...that's Saltist. Features include: Rugged, all-metal construction, Aluminum alloy body, sideplate, and rotor, 6.2:1 high speed gear ratio retrieves up to 53 inches of line with every crank, Digigear digital designed stainless and bronze alloy gears, 6 bearing (5 CRBB + 1 RB), Manual return bail closure system, Bail lock - during cast, Airbail tubular stainless bail, Machined aluminum handle, Waterproof drag and body construction, Forged aluminum spool with blue titanium nitride ring, Zero friction main shaft for added power, Dual full time anti-reverse, 22 - 33 lbs. of max drag pressure, Twist Buster 2 line twist reduction, STT 4000H, 4500H, 5000H, 6000H, and 6500H sizes.

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  Simply the best reel I've ever owned
Submitted by Andrew from Ft. Lauderdale, FL, US on 11/02/09
Certified member, Verified buyer
i have caught about 75 fish with the saltist 4500h and have not had one single issue with it. It is well worth the $215 that i spent on it. The only thing that i can complain about is that i love this reel so much that im spending all my time and money going fishing cause im obsessed with this reel. i highly recommend it
     
 
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