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Team Daiwa® Pluton Round Baitcast Reels

   

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  • Ready for any inshore or light offshore battle
  • Strong one-piece machined-aluminum frame
  • 8 CRBB™ ball bearings and 1 roller bearing
  • Infinite anti-reverse
  • Powerful drag with oversized washers
  • Swept handle for less wobble
  • Three-point laser engraving

Packing this much power into such a precisely compact package took a phenomenal feat of physics, and the engineers at Daiwa were up to the challenge. With its lightweight, tremendously strong one-piece machined-aluminum frame, the Pluton is a revolution in reel manufacturing. The Pluton’s striking modernist design and premium features are sure to impress, and are designed to perform. The Pluton Reel is ready for any inshore or light offshore battle with 8 corrosion-resistant CRBB™ ball bearings and 1 roller bearing; infinite anti-reverse; powerful drag with oversized washers; swept handle for less wobble; and three-point laser engraving.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pluton Expensive but worth it. Very smooth and easy to adjust settings. I put this over the new Calcutta D. It handles big fish while with smooth drag. Lots of power when cranking fish out of the water. All around reel for saltwater and freshwater. Only bad thing is the price... August 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by cool reel to start this is my 3rd attempt at baitcasting i have had 3 reels in the past all low profile i love baitcasters even though i still get knotted sometimes i bought this reel because i typically fish inshore and occasionally fish offshore abt 50ft or alittle more.i think this reel is pretty awsome the price is kinda high but worth it for any starter once u pick it up u will never go back to anything else trust me ive done done the abu black max which was like really thats it then i tried the shimano curado 300ej that reel was awsome but cllunky in my hand and i have a big hand this little puppy is so nice is me totally i wish i had money to get another one June 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by owesome i have 2 of this reels i will buy 2 more. the maximum you can have from the reel. try it than you will understand there is no other like ryoga-pluton October 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Swimbait Enthusiest Dream This is the best round reel for swimbaits on the market... And that's not even its intended purpose! Freshwater or Salt you can't find a better reel. Yes you are paying bundle, BUT @ $40 a bait this reel will be the cheapest investment you make to your SB aresenal. Plus for once you really et what you pay for... Oh yeah... And then there is the fact that this is a saltwater reel packed with seriously high quality CRBB's and gears that can haul in a nice wreck fish and the wreck he was living in... Thank You Daiwa This One Exceeds Demands... January 29, 2010
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gear ratio and power. low gear ratio has power
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gear ratio. see details on listing.
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Plutton vs
Luna vs
Ambassadeur inshore 6500

Usually i do extreme fishing, taking long walks, getting wet, salt and fresh water, and i do fishing in Costa Rica, Pacific, Atlantic.
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Pluton. Period. It's a sick reel. Not sure I'd put that reel on a Duckett rod though.
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Pluton hasn't been around long enough to get a good sense of durability, but it is an awesome reel in terms of cranking power, castability, and quality. Much pricier than the other two, but you get what you pay for.
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i want to get one for my husband as a surprise, but am not sure which one to get. he does more deep salt water fishing ?? which model should i go with 200H or 200SH
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Hello Great Wife,

When I buy mine it's going to be the 200H for the reason I want more power and less speed. If your husband will be using jigs he may want more speed to retrieve faster, if he is fishing bottom with sinkers he may want to go with more power, where a faster retrieve is not necessary.
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