Quantum® Kinetic PT™ 100 Left - handed Baitcasting Reel

Item # WX2-225226

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Details & Specs

Quantum® Kinetic PT™ 100 Baitcasting Reels, delivering pro performance at a super - value price!

A Quantum® Baitcasting Reel that's got the traits of their highest-end Performance Tuned Series... but uses their exclusive PT bearings only in the most critical points, which brings down the price.

  • Ultra-smooth 7+1-bearing drive system, with customized stainless steel / polymer bearings
  • 1-Pc. aluminum frame and quick-release side cover, machined with computer precision for perfect alignment. High-strength yet lightweight
  • Durable multi-coated finish
  • Multi-stack ceramic / composite drag system. The ceramic washers dissipate heat during long runs, and ceramic is used to reduce wear in the levelwind system
  • ACS™ self-adjusting cast control. A patented mechanical system that yields long, accurate casts, even with light baits and in bad wind
  • Lightweight aluminum crank
  • MaxCast™ skeletal spool
  • Choose 6.3:1 or 7.0:1 "Burner" gear ratio, and Right or Left Handed
  • Continuous Anti-Reverse™
  • Titanium coated line guide
  • Easy-access lubrication port. Size 100.

State Model, as available in the Shopping Cart.

Item Model Retrieve Bearings Gear Ratio Max Drag Line Cap. Weight

225225 KT100HPTA Right Hand 7+1 7.0:1 16 lbs. 145 yds. / 12 lbs. 7.5 ozs. KT100SPTA Right Hand 7+1 6.3:1 18 lbs. 145 yds. / 12 lbs. 7.5 ozs. 225226 KT101HPTA Left Hand 7+1 7.0:1 16 lbs. 145 yds. / 12 lbs. 7.5 ozs. KT101SPTA Left Hand 7+1 6.3:1 18 lbs. 145 yds. / 12 lbs. 7.5 ozs.


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