Quantum EXO PT Baitcast Reel, RH/7.3:1

Item # WX2-214494

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Expected availability: 8/26/2014

Details & Specs

Quantum EXO PT Baitcast Reel puts "metal where it matters".

That's the thinking behind Quantum's exoskeletal hybrid construction. It combines a special, ultra-rigid aluminum alloy in load bearing areas with a lightweight composite that reduces weight in non-critical locations by 50%. This allows them to build the lightest possible frame with absolutely no sacrifice in strength. In fact, it's 38% stronger than magnesium and 6 times stronger than a graphite composite frame.

Lighter. Stronger. Better:
  • Ceramic drag system
  • Polymer-stainless hybrid PT bearings
  • Lightweight aluminum crank handle
  • Continuous Anti-Reverse
  • 1-Pc. aluminum frame
  • MaxCast™ skeletal spool
  • Quick-release side cover
  • Adjustable centrifugal cast control
  • High-grade stainless bearings made to exact specs to minimize vibration and friction, fit in a special polymer cage for added sensitivity and corrosion protection
  • PT drag systems feature ceramic washers to dissipate heat during long runs
  • Line capacity: 145 yds./12 lbs.
  • Weighs just 5.9 ozs. Right retrieve.
  • Gear Ratio: 7.3:1
  • Line Retrieve (Inches Per Turn): 31"
  • Max Drag: 15 lbs.
  • Bearings: 10+1
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