Daiwa's SOL baitcaster reel

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THE well known Sol name has re-entered the baitcaster realm with the release of the new version – the TD Sol SV TW baitcaster reel. It's a reel that is both eye catching and high performing.

According to the manufacturers, the casting performance of the Sol all stems from Daiwa’s TWS and SV spool. The TWS delivers line control, a reduction in line noise and friction, and improved reel stability and balance. Featuring a T-shaped line guide that pivots forward and back between the cast and retrieve position, TWS now allows for efficient, easy casting every time.

The SV concept with its lightweight spool and precision design improves spool rotation. SV spool braking power automatically adjusts depending on lure weight. On the other hand, TWS' advantage is the friction free levelwind that allows for the smooth release of line. Backlashes occur when the line does not release through a normal line guide fast enough while the spool is rotating. These backlashing problems are reduced by the braking system of SV and the friction free levelwind of the TWS creating the ideal combination. The ideal setting of the spool braking system is not too tight and not too loose. In addition, Daiwa’s Magforce Z magnetic cast control system offers anglers of any skill-level a cast control system to maximise casting ease, distance and performance.

Features

  • Real Four Technology
  • Digigear
  • TWS ‘T-Wing System’
  • SV spool
  • Speed Shaft
  • Magforce Z
  • ATD
  • 100mm Swept crank handle
  • EVA ball knobs
  • Air Rotation
  • Corrosion resistant ball bearings (4 CRBB)
  • Corrosion resistant clutch mechanism
  • Corrosion resistant treated internal components

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