Daiwa® D-Spin Ultralight Spinning Reel

Item # WX2-297786

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Daiwa® D-Spin Ultralight Spinning Reel. Power and durability, with a wallet-friendly price.

True Ultralight Reels with optimized spool size for maximum casting performance. And the price is nice, too. From Daiwa®, lauded and trusted by fishing hobbyists and pros.

That's the fact, Jack:
  • Smooth, ball bearing drive
  • Digigear™ digital gear design for speed
  • Composite housing
  • 1000 size has spool with longer stroke oscillation.

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Model D-SPIN500-B:
  • Action FW / SW: SUL / -
  • Bearings: 1BB
  • Gear Ratio: 4.9:1
  • Line per Handle Turn: 21.4"
  • Wt (oz.): 5.9
  • Line Cap. (lb. / yds.): 2 / 190, 4 / 100, 6 / 60
  • Drag Max: 4.4
Model D-SPIN1000-B:
  • Action FW / SW: UL / -
  • Bearings: 1BB
  • Gear Ratio: 4.9:1
  • Line per Handle Turn: 21.4"
  • Wt (oz.): 6.0
  • Line Cap. (lb. / yds.): 2 / 240, 4 / 120, 6 / 80
  • Drag Max: 4.4
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