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EXT10SHA

Right

7.1:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
27" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.2

EXT10HA

Right

6.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
24" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.2

EXT10SA

Right

5.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
20" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.2

EXT10SHLA

Left

7.1:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
27" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.2

EXT10HLA

Left

6.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/120

Ball Bearings:
6+1

Max Drag:
12 Lbs.

Recovery:
24" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
7.2
  • Tournament-proven Dual Braking System™
  • Double-anodized V-grooved spool is free-floating
  • 4-disc Aramid fiber/Stainless steel washer drag system
  • One-piece cast, then CNC-machined aluminum frame
  • Easy-access sideplate with push-button release
  • Titanium nitride-coated line guide
  • 7-bearing system
  • Recurve handle
  • Click drag star
The most advanced Extreme ever is poised to take the fishing industry by storm! We’ve retained everything that makes it one of the most popular and reliable reels in our lineup, and added features that put it into a class well above its modest price point! Stacy King himself tested this reel under the most rigorous conditions for a year and a half before we decided to release it, and he gives it top marks for performance, durability, and extreme fish-dominating power!

We’ve upgraded the Extreme with our tournament-proven Dual Braking System™—the combination of the automatic centrifugal brake and the manually adjustable magnetic brake controls the initial, intermediary, and final stage of the cast to give you a perfect landing every time. The double-anodized V-grooved spool is free-floating for virtually zero friction, and ported for additional weight reduction. And our new drag is truly a breakthrough—the 4-disc Aramid fiber/Stainless steel washer drag system smoothly exerts resistance of up to 12 lbs. on the meanest, hardest-fighting fish, while at the same time dissipating heat better than anything we’ve ever seen…resulting in the most powerful, longest-lasting, stick-free drag you’ve ever experienced in a baitcast reel!

Other standard features include one-piece cast, then CNC-machined aluminum frame; easy-access sideplate with push-button release for ease of maintenance; titanium nitride-coated line guide; 7-bearing system (six premium double-shielded stainless steel plus one Powerlock™ instant anti-reverse); Recurve handle; and click drag star.

One-piece aluminum frame:
The one-piece frame is diecast using cutting edge molding technology, then CNC machined to the tightest tolerances to provide a flex-free housing for gears and bearings.

Recurve Handle:
Pairs with a sleek drag star to create a more compact profile with greater comfort.

Aramid Fiber/Stainless Steel Drag Stack:
Aramid fiber is a profoundly durable synthetic material that is highly resistant to abrasion, organic solvents, and impervious to heat up to 930°F! Its other uses include body armor fabric for our troops.

DBS (Dual Braking System):
Re-engineered with our pro-grade system that combines centrifugal and magnetic braking technology to give you trouble-free casting!

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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice but not as good I have 10 of the older Extremes and was given a new one , I just can not set it to cast as far as the older reels, and there is no port to lube the main gear as there is on the older reels. I like the grips and the way it is so smooth when reeling, and no backlash when casting. This would be a very good reel to start with. April 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Reel This is the second season and I still like it. Used mainly for light braid and 8-10 mono finesse applications. Occasional maintenance and all is well. I bought a second one. April 8, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Regret Purchase I have been an extreme baitcast fan for years. They had my favorite extreme reel on sale this Christmas so I purchased another online. I did not use the reel until March. When I did I was very frustrated with the changes in the reel. I am not a fan of the handle grips, but could live with that. The problem is the lower profile button on the reel. If you have big hands or even average size hands I would not purchase this reel. I cannot accurately cast this reel and my hand and wrist hurt badly after fishing a day with this new design. The Pro Qualifier reel is very similar quality and is the reel I will purchase from now on unless extreme changes their design. March 23, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by terrible The old style extreme reel was my favorite, this new v spool design is awful! All the line will pile up on one side even though the level wind is working fine. I've owned about 10 extreme reels but this is my last! March 14, 2014
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I see feedback for this reel that is claiming they have had these reels for 3 or more years. I am thinking that they have the older versions. Does any one know how many versions were made and during what years they were sold. I know that there were at least 3. The older ones that I have are working like new and when I see them for sale on eBay I snap them up
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this version came out in 2012-2013
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Revo is on it's third generation. That means it has been revised 3 times.
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I have the EXT10HA Model and it does not have a flipping switch
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This reel does not have a flipping switch.
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I dont think it does.
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In the print catalog, the centrifugal part of the dual brake system is described as "automatic". Does this mean it can't be adjusted manually?
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I believe you can make manual adjustments as well if you pop the cover off. Mine works great, this is a quality item.
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no, there IS and adjustment opposite the reel handle. to me it doesn't work near as good as the regular extreme reel
model ETX10SHLC(which is unfirtunately being dicontinued.
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yes its adjustable
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If your going to be fishing deep divinging crankbaits the best reel is one with a slower gear ratio the EXT10SA Model is a 5.3:1 which should suit your needs
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I prefer a LOWER ratio. So for this I would go with the 5.3:1. BUT, the Pro Qualifier comes in a 4.7:1 that I use for my heavy/deep cranking.
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7.1:1
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the lower gear ratios(5.4:1) are generally fast enough for most deep running baits. remember, deep runners will usually have a larger bill and it offers a lot more resistance which creates more wear on your gears.
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i would say a 5:3.1 if you work your crankbaits slow. i like a 6:3.1 because i like a fast retrieve some times.
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I actually read an article about this recently, the lower the gears the more torque which would be 5:1 gears would be better for deep crank baits
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The gears are made of stainless steel.

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stainless steel
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Specs about the same as the Pro Q think it is as good. Cast instead of forged frame drag seems to be better same bearing count. Anyone compare theme yet
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My PQ and my Extreme are both great reels. Honestly I notice no difference between the two aside from aesthetics.
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I have both,pefer the Extreme.But both are great reels
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8.6 oz
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The description says the new version is 7.2oz.
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