Team Daiwa® Legalis™ Spinning Reels
- 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
- Lifetime bail spring
- Micro click front drag adjustment
- Lightweight composite body
- Aluminum ABS™ II spool
Rated 5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by gadbury Excellent This reel is no doubt one of a kind. It is very smooth and cast very long distances. The high gear ratio is good for using crank-baits. the overall quality of this reel is great and the price is great. This reel is just as good a most 200 dollar reels. July 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by JimH1 Daiwa is back This is a very smooth, yet strong reel. It is my favorite for river fishing large Brown Trout. June 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ondy Excellent Reel This is one of two Daiwas I purchased this year and I have to say I am absolutely impressed. I've been a loyal user of Garcia reels for years and the Daiwas are a dream. I have the 4000 model The line wraps so smooth with differents types of line. The drag is smooth and strong. And the main selling point is the super fast retreive which is smooth as butter. Even the reel weight for the size is pretty good. If you want another Daiwa reel that's a little lighter try the Air. You can't go wrong with this reel. May 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tylerP Flawless This reel is absolutely flawless, that is the best word i can say for this reel even though i could say over 50 words about it. I took it out today on a good drop-shot trout bite and the strength/smoothness balance each other out so amazingly that this reel will out perform those pricey shimanos. The best part of this reel is the drag when you hook into a strong healthy fish you feel like your in complete control the drag is so flawless is out of control, the drag is like butter sliding down a hot plate extremely smooth and so much fun to fight the fish, which for me is the most important thing cause i'm out there to catch and release and get spun. I will be buy 4 more of these 59.99 is way too cheap for the quality of this reel. May 6, 2012
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Details: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.
A: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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