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Daiwa Saltiga Z-4500H (High Speed) Saltwater Reel

Daiwa SALD30-2SPD Saltiga Lever Drag Salt Water Reel 6-Corrsion Resistant Ball Bearings (25/230ML)

$398.54


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The other thing that struck me before I even spooled it up was the reel’s appearance. The body has been magnesium treated for saltwater use, while the spool and handle are machined aluminium, so there is no shortage of shine. Every opportunity has been taken to eliminate unnecessary weight, right down to the perforated base of the spool, which gives the reel a real spaceage look. Finished with attractive red trim around the spool and the base of the handle, Saltiga Surf reels are bling for beach anglers!

I was soon off to Woodside Beach to test things out. I’ve no real way of knowing how exactly far I was casting, but from the very first cast the line disappeared off the tapered long cast spool and out into the ocean faster and more easily than I can remember. I’m quite certain in my own mind that the Saltiga Surf reel, in combination with the Sensor Surf rod, allows me to cast further than I ever have before. It other words, it has turned an average caster into a good caster.

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“It started out in the Saltiga and Certate series,” said Daiwa USA Marketing Manager Curt Arakawa. “The Saltiga reel sells for over $1,000 and the Certate sells for $500 for example, and that is because the oil is expensive.

Four years ago, Daiwa introduced a new system for sealing their high-end saltwater spinning reels known as Magseal — an incredibly cool technology that replaces the standard rubber seals in an average reel with a special, magnetic-oil seal. That magnetic oil system, which was only offered in their high-end Saltiga and Isla series, is now available in the entire price range of Daiwa reels, including the new Ballistic EX (MSRP $200) and Procyon EX (MSRP $150) models. That means all Daiwa customers will have the benefit of a smoother reel that lasts longer with less maintenance.