Team Daiwa® Legalis® Spinning Reels

   

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LEG1500SH

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
6/100

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
4.4 Lbs.

Recovery:
25.8" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.3

LEG2000SH

Left/Right

5.2:1

Line Capacity:
8/110

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
4.4 Lbs.

Recovery:
26.9" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
8.3

LEG2500SH

Left/Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
8/170

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
8.8 Lbs.

Recovery:
36.6" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9.7

LEG3000SH

Left/Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
10/200

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
8.8 Lbs.

Recovery:
36.6" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
9.4

LEG4000SH

Left/Right

6.2:1

Line Capacity:
12/260

Ball Bearings:
7+1

Max Drag:
13.2 Lbs

Recovery:
43.3" Per Turn

Reel Weight (oz):
13
  • Seven ball bearings plus roller bearing
  • High-speed retrieve (up to 6.2 to 1)
  • DigiGear™ II precision gearing
  • Infinite Anti-Reverse®
  • Advanced Locomotive Levelwind
  • TwistBuster®
  • Lifetime bail spring
  • Micro click front drag adjustment
  • Lightweight composite body
  • Aluminum ABS™ II spool
The Legalis Spinning Reel's design offers many of Daiwa’s most popular performance and durability features at a great price: seven ball bearings plus roller bearing; high-speed retrieve (up to 6.2 to 1); DigiGear II precision gearing; Infinite Anti-Reverse; Advanced Locomotive Levelwind; TwistBuster; lifetime bail spring; micro click front drag adjustment; lightweight composite body; and aluminum ABS II spool.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Not completely happy, but not upset. I bought it based off of everyone else's reviews and was somewhat disappointed. I have a Saltist 6500H and it's a beast, obviously a more expensive reel, but based on that purchase I thought I'd try this smaller one for inshore and reef fishing. It actually held up to the 5lb bar jack and several 3+ lb mangrove and mutton snapper, but the whole time it felt like it was going to break into a million pieces. The drag was very smooth when I got into a 15lb kingfish, but it chewed through my leader before I really got to test it much with a large fish like that. I'm gonna swap it over to my bass fishing set and get a stronger reel for my inshore and reef fishing. February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Reel Awesome reel and great price. Smooth and very good drag December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Reel I've used this real for about 5 months now, and I love it. Very smooth retrieve and casts very well. Highly recommended. November 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by legalis spinning reel Haven't had a chance to use it yet but I like the size and smoothness. If first impressions mean anything this will become my favorite reel. August 27, 2013
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Spare spool?

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Does this reel come with a spare spool?
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 - San Antonio, TX
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There is not a free spare spool included.
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Hi, thank you for your question. Per the manufacturer, the Spool on the Legalis line of reels is braided line ready. Braid will not hurt this reel.
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I would like to know if the LEG1500SH reel will fit my needs of light line (4-6 lb.) and light lures (1/8 - 1/4 oz.). I fish mainly for trout - actually, I fish for anything that will bite. o(^_^)o
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yes, would be perfect for that light line
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Yes, that would be good for trout, and panfish as well.
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I plan on using it for crappie and bass mainly. Also, would it work well with crankbaits? What test lb line can it handle? Any other helpful info/tips would be appreciated. I thank you in advance.
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I run 10-12lb mono on it and use it for crank baits that dive to 12 feet all of the time. For the really deep divers, I would recommend a bait caster.
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I can answer a part of that question. It can handle any line amount from 8-20 as long as you get the appropriate rod.
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It will be good for light weight bass fishing but not in heavy cover. You may encounter a real strong fish with an attitude. It is recommended that 4-6 lb test be used for crappie, they could be real fnicky
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I'm looking at both of these for some bass fishing mostly and they both seem to be well liked. Being that I am new again to the sport I could really use some help. Thank you.
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The years of trouble free operation of the Daiwa will far outweight other names in my opinion. But before you decide do alittle research on both reels. Ask friends if they have one and what do they think of them. And based on features,you're looking for, your use,of the product, and the care of your reels, make your decision only after thorough research. I think you will be happy with a Daiwa.
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I'm in the same situation myself, but after researching I'm going with the Daiwa. To me, it appears the Daiwa provides slightly better quality and durability for the same price. Although, you probably can't go wrong with either one at this price. I have Daiwa currently, but different reel type, and it maybe the best reel I've ever owned.
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