Daiwa® Underspin® XD Trigger Reels

   

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US40XD-CP

Left/Right

4.1:1

Line Capacity:
4/85

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
16" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
5.5

US80XD-CP

Left/Right

4.3:1

Line Capacity:
8/75

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
22" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9.2

US120XD-CP

Left/Right

4.3:1

Line Capacity:
12/100

Ball Bearings:
1

Recovery:
26" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
10.8
  • Versatile and fun for trouble-free fishing
  • Hardbodyz™ rigid aluminum alloy construction
  • Rugged metal gearing
  • Precision ball-bearing drive system
  • Oversized line aperture for enhanced casting
  • Smooth drag system
  • Prespooled with premium line

Daiwa's popular and versatile Underspin XD Reels have been upgraded to make them even tougher and smoother than before. With genuine Hardbodyz™ rigid aluminum alloy construction, rugged metal gearing and a precision ball-bearing drive system, they offer fun, trouble-free fishing. The redesigned single pickup pin has been titanium nitrided and actually rotates as the line moves around it, virtually eliminating friction on the retrieve. Oversized line aperture for enhanced casting; smooth drag system; Soft Touch handle; right/left retrieve. Prewound with premium line.

Line recovery in inches per handle turn.

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Daiwa® Underspin® XD Trigger Reel Great reel. Smooth casting and retrieve. Allows for fast recovery and recast for crank baits and spinners. My only wish is I wish the retrieve was a little faster but for an underspin reel this is a quality product July 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very good reel. It is very frustrating to see all the bad reviews these reels have received. These reels are very good. I purchased the XD40 reel for stream trout and have had very good success with it. The thing you have to understand about these, and all spincast reels, is that they are very sensitive to line diameter (or lb. test) and line twist. You must keep the same lb. test line on the reel that it is designed to use for it function properly. It is also a good idea to give the line a chance to untwist between each cast. Most of those that have problems with these usually respool with line that is a heavier lb. test than what the reel is supposed to use. I have had my reel for over 4 months now and I am really happy with it. June 22, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worthless!!! Just like so many others have said... maximum cast is 12 feet if you're lucky and line won't retrieve unless under tension. I can't even unspool line with the cap off. Nothing is broken, it's just a terrible design. June 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not as good as it should be. I purchased 2 of these for pan fish and they just dont perform as good as they look. This is rare case when I will say spend a little less money and buy the Bass Pro Tiny light and get what your looking for a fun trouble free day catching brim and crappie with the kids. November 13, 2012
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It fishes more like a spinning reel if you prefer your reel on the bottom as opposed to the top of your rod. Also, i prefer this model as it is more balanced and comfortable for me to reel with my left hand and hold my rod with my right hand.
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It's closer in handling to a proper spinning reel so the transition will be easier if you chose to upgrade.
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I hold the tension with my fingers to where the line will tighten up.....but when you unscrew the cap, the line becomes so tangled I can't get it out...I have been fishing for over 50 years, and not one of the three works...please give me an idea what the problem is...I have misplaced the parts list.......I ordered 2 the first time and sent one back, but they all do the same thing..
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When the line hangs, it usually is a problem with the line. Either there is too much line on the spool, not enough, or it is a poor quality of line (old line, stiff line that is not limp enough, etc.).
Change the line and fill the spool with a good brand and filled to the correct amount.

If you think it may just have too much line, take some it off and that may fix the problem.
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I have not had that problem with any of my reels. I am using the 4th generation of this type of reel. Never had a problem with any of them.
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if you take off the cap to the reel then remove the top peace on the line spool at the top there is some felt that gose all the way around it remove it and it will work fine.that is what I did to mine, it is supposed to guide the line but I thank it hang it up.
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I had the same problem and what I did is at the spool at the top were the line is there is a felt peace that gose around the spool. I took it off and it work a lot better,like a new reel.
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It's the line use berkley XL
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Could it be overspooled with line ? Spicasters will do that when their overspooled with line.
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the line they put on it is wrong, you need to replace it with some 10lb test flourocarbon, it doesnt bind as much in the little spool
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It sounds like you are getting backlash inside before you remove the cap. This may be due to using too heavy of line in combination with too light of lure. I hope this is the answer you are looking for! Check your reels weight limits for lines and recommendations for lure weight too.
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