Abu Garcia® Revo® S Spinning Reels
- Six stainless HPCR® bearings + a roller bearing
- Carbon Matrix™ hybrid drag system
- One-piece gearbox
- Machined-aluminum, braid-ready spool
- X-Cräftic™ frame
- Everlast™ bail
The Revo S Spinning Reel boasts a machined aluminum braid-ready spool that eliminates the need for monofilament backing. This spool is also suitable for fluorocarbon or monofilament lines. For smooth, reliable drag performance, Abu Garcia has included a Carbon Matrix drag system. An X-Cräftic alloy frame is corrosion resistant, and an Everlast bail system offers increased durability. Other features include a stainless steel main shaft and components, plus a lightweight polymeric body and rotor. Slow Oscillation assures an even line lay, regardless of the type of line you choose.
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As for BPSProductSpecialist1 response, Kinda sad that this a staff answer, not only is he answering your question wrong (you clearly stated "Spinning model of course") but he calls it a breaking system. its a brake system, not a BREAKING system, sigh... but I'm guessing you already knew he was talking about the baitcasting models.
the s20 would be best for small lures and lighter weight tackle, like smaller weightless plastics and plastics with very small weights, tiny/small hardbaits, etc, drop shotting too
the s30 is the most versatile size IMO for bass fishing. good for weightless and weighted plastics, small/small-med hardbaits, shakyheads, some dropshotting.
s40, yeah it can be great for bass too but for heavier presentaions and possibly for heavy duty weedy situations, big shakyheads, weighted plastics, carolina rigs, jigs, etc. personally i would go with baitcasting reel most of the time for this stuff but ideally i would love to get an s40 and a heavy duty spinning rod, but only after already having a s20 and s30.
s10 would be for the lightest of bass presentations. would probably be a great trout reel!