Quantum Cabo PTsE Spinning Reels
Quantum will be introducing all new Quantum Cabo PTsE Spinning Reels at the ICAST 2014 Show in Orlando, Florida. Available now for pre-order.
$299.95 - $319.95
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The Cabo PTsE Spinning Reels represent the absolute pinnacle of Quantum saltwater tackle, and is built to take on whatever tries to take you on! Cabo PT reels feature our legendary TiMAG II titanium fail-proof bail with magnetic trip, as well as 8 PT bearings and our exclusive SaltGuard II multi-layered corrosion protection finish. The new Quantum Cabo PTsE Spinning Reels have the ultra smooth drag that Cabo’s have always been known for plus can achieve up to 65 pounds of drag power. With a triple supported shaft and the only forged and machined stainless steel drive gear in the industry, you can trust it will handle more than the guy holding it can.
- 8 PT bearings (7 + clutch)
- Sealed Magnum CSC ceramic, stainless steel and carbon fiber drag system
- Sealed Magnum clutch
- TiMag II titanium fail-proof bail wire with magnetic trip
- SaltGuard II multi-layer corrosion protection finish
- SCR aluminum body and side cover
- Designed specifically for saltwater use
4 Stars based on 4 reviews
July 22, 2017
line capacity and drag, Great! Only gripe and its a big one for me is that the bail wire radius is so big that the bail whacks my knuckles as I retrieve. It goes du du du du du du du du du du across my fingers. I have never had a reel do this. it sucks I have to grip the rod further back behind the handle. very unnatural feeling
April 6, 2017
Great real except for weak drag springs
I have had 2 of these reels and both have snapped the drag springs ( the part that makes the clicking noise). I purchased 3 springs from quantum and have already used 2. Besides that the reel is very smooth and easy to handle
ProsLight weight smooth Looks sharp
Consbad drag springs and components
May 19, 2015
This is a very powerful and smooth reel. I did have a problem with anti reverse but quantum was very good about repairs. I do like this reel a lot and I highly recommend it!
Lake worth, FL
January 28, 2015
Love the colors and max drag on this reel
11 Questions & 11 Answers
from Abu Dhabi City, United Arab Emirates asked:
February 24, 2017
All Quantum Cabo are left-handed?
All Quantum Cabo reels are interchangeable between left and right hand retrieve.
on February 24, 2017
from Charleston SC asked:
January 8, 2017
Hello I'm looking to pair a 12 ft. surf rod for casting for sharks off the beach. The eyes need to not be small because I need to be able to cast a 80lb mono top shot through them. I have around 200 to spend. I have a cabo 120 spinning reel to pair with it. You got any recommendations on a rod that people use for this application. It needs to throw a minimal 8oz. Thank you.
Casting an 80 lb topshot will be difficult given the size of the knot at your leader connection. I would recommend downsizing the weight of the topshot if you would be comfortable doing so. Twelve foot rods in that price range that have larger guides are the Tsunami Airwave and Trophy series as well as the Tica TC2.
on January 10, 2017
from new jersey asked:
January 6, 2017
what is the braid capacity for these reels?
The size 40 fits 230 yards of 40 lb braid, 50 fits 225 yards of 50 lb braid, 60 fits 300 yards of the 65 lb braid, 80 fits 300 yards of 80 lb braid, 100 fits 480 yards of 65 lb braid and the 120 fits 500 yards of 65 lb braid.
on January 6, 2017
from South Padre Island, Texas asked:
August 26, 2016
What is the physical difference in size between the 40 and 60 size reels?
The 40 is much lighter and appearance wise the 60 has a larger spool.
on August 27, 2016
from Gibraltar asked:
October 9, 2015
what is the physical difference in size between the 60 and 80 size reels, are they the same apart from the spool? thanks
The body of the reels is the same size. The different part is the spool, and the rotor are both bigger with the 80 size.
on October 9, 2015
from NJ asked:
July 23, 2015
Can this reel be put under saltwater??
This reel can take a splash but I would not go swimming with it.
on July 24, 2015
from Ludlow MA asked:
July 10, 2015
Whats the difference between the Cabo 60 series PTSD's and the PTSE's
Hello John. The PTSE model is the newer replacement for the older PTSD which is no longer made. The only difference is in the newer models, there has been slight improvements made to the gearing for better reliability. The only other differences are purely cosmetic.
on July 24, 2015
from DE asked:
April 24, 2015
I have a Cabo 60 and would like to get a rod for inlet fishing down @ Indian River, DE. Any rod suggestions of a mid price rod?
Eric, I would recommend you take a look at the star Paraflex Boat rod 7' ft medium STA-0304.
on April 27, 2015
from tampa, fl asked:
March 30, 2015
looking for a good combo for jigging for grouper and aj's in florida gulf deep water split between a cabo and sara gosa and not sure what size reel and what rod to put with price range 500.00 down for a good combo
Ben, I would recommend Going with a 10,000 size Saragosa and a 6'0" Heavy Travala Jigging Rod.
on March 31, 2015
from Sarasota, FL asked:
November 4, 2014
Hi can you tell me about the weight and the drag and birded line size for both model the 100 and the 120 Quantum Cabo PTsE Spinning Reels Sincerely SAMI
Unfortunately, Quantum has not released the information you requested.
on November 5, 2014
from Bradenton, FL asked:
July 30, 2014
how much does it weigh? How much drag does it have?
According to the Quantum website; Model Gear Ratio I.P.T Line Capacity Max Drag Bearings Weight CSP40PTSD 5.3:1 33" 230 yds / 10 lb. 30 lbs. 7+1 13.9 oz. CSP50PTSD 5.3:1 36" 225 yds. / 12 lb. 35 lbs 7+1 13.6 oz. CSP60PTSD 4.9:1 37" 300 yds. / 14lb. 45 lbs. 7+1 24 oz. CSP80PTSD 4.9:1 41" 330 yds. / 20 lb. 55 lbs. 7+1 25 oz. These reels have not been released yet.
on July 31, 2014