Daiwa® T3 Low - Profile Ballistic Baitcasting Reel

Item # WX2-225558

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Daiwa® T3 Low - Profile Ballistic Baitcasting Reels are top performers.

Pull your limit! No matter if you cast your line in saltwater or fresh, these dynamite Daiwa® Ballistic Baitcasters are ready to deliver big value and peak performance. Revolutionary T-Wing System lets the line flow free through a wider top section on your cast.

This reduces the angles and friction that can slow the line motion when exiting the reel. For retrieves, the line drops into a narrow, lower channel of the T Wing for even distribution across the spool width, preventing tangles and over-exertion. Reel yours in today!

  • T-Wing cast / retrieve system
  • Mag Force 3D cast control
  • Ultra low-profile Zaion® frame, clutch cover and side plate
  • Black Marble finish
  • Ultimate Tournament drag with micro-click adjustment
  • Free-floating, lightweight aluminum spool
  • Infinite anti-reverse
  • 5 ball-bearings, plus 1 roller bearing drive
  • Model: T3BLS100H
  • Gear Ratio: 6.3:1
  • Line Weight: 14 lb.
  • Line Capacity: 120 yds.
  • Weight: 7.8 ozs.
  • Line Retrieve: 26.3'
  • Action: Medium
  • Model: T3BLS100HS
  • Gear Ratio: 7.1:1
  • Line Weight: 14 lb.
  • Line Capacity: 120 yds.
  • Weight: 7.8 ozs.
  • Line Retrieve: 29.5'
  • Action: Medium

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