Quantum EXO PTi Spinning Reels
Quantum's exoskeletal hybrid construction combines a special, ultra-rigid aluminum alloy in load bearing areas with a lightweight composite that reduces weight in non-critical locations by 50%.
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Quantum EXO PTi Spinning Reels feature Quantum's exoskeletal hybrid construction, which combines a special, ultra-rigid aluminum alloy in load bearing areas with a lightweight composite that reduces weight in non-critical locations by 50%. This allows Quantum to build the lightest possible frame with absolutely no sacrifice in strength. In fact, it's 38% stronger than magnesium and 6 times stronger than a graphite composite frame.
- Stacked ceramic front-adjustable drag system
- Polymer-stainless hybrid PT bearings
- LMS line management system
- Extra-hard PT gears
- Lightweight, machined aluminum crank handle
- Continuous Anti-Reverse
3 Stars based on 2 reviews
Boca Grand, FL
February 3, 2017
Great Reel for the price
I live on saltwater and use this reel every week. I have had it for a year now matched to a star $150 rod. Works great no issues. Catch snook, reds and trout on it inshore. I only use it offshore for bait.
ProsLight weight. Great drag
ConsSmall crank knob.
April 2, 2013
Quantum EXO PTi Spinning Reels 25
came broken, noisy sound and eventually spoon will not move up and down
Merchant Response:This wasn't purchased through us. We would have replaced it for a correct one. This sounds defective.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
from San Jose, CA asked:
May 26, 2016
Are they good for Surf Fishing? I live in Cali and this reel weighs light and might be good addition to my 10 Ft Rod.
The reel isn't a good fit for that size of a rod. The reel is a bit small and this reel in particular can't fit a good amount of line needed for surf fishing.
on May 31, 2016
from Naples Florida asked:
September 24, 2012
Has anyone used these in saltwater yet. Im a guide in Florida and my clients use the new catalyst from Quantum and they have held up well. This would be a personal reel so it wont go through the abuse of a regular charter reel. Thank you Ed
They were a popular back bay fluking/flounder reel for the guys up here in the North East. Everyone i spoke with who used them was very impressed with the weight and performance.
on September 24, 2012
from dallas tx asked:
May 8, 2012
Do the spinning reels come in right hand So far what I see is left hand retrieving.
These are all right handed models meaning you crank with your left hand. The handle is reversible though so you can switch to the right side.
on May 8, 2012