Daiwa Exceler EXE Baitcasting Reels

Daiwa Exceler EXE Baitcasting Reels

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Model
TD Code
Action
FW / SW
Gear RatioLine
Per
Crank (in)
BearingsMono
Capacity
(lb/yards)
Braid
Capacity
(lb/yards)
Max
Drag (lb)
Weight
(oz)
Price
EXE100HSA
DAI-1702
M / L7.3:130.61CRBB, 4BB, 1RB14/120
16/100
40/140
55/105
11.07.9$99.95 USD
New Daiwa Exceler 100 Baitcasting Reels come with a comfortable feel, with swept handle design and oversized handle knobs. These reels have a solid aluminum frame and Ultimate Tournament Drag System(carbon). They are ergonomic reels with accessible design. These new Exceler baitcasting reels are packed for performance at an affordable price.

Features:
  • UTDrag
  • 6 Bearing system
  • Magforce cast control
  • Infinite anti-reverse (Dual Anti-Reverse)
  • Daiwa Swept handle
  • Oversized handle knob
1 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Jessie
nj
Absolutely terrible company for saltwater reesl!
December 2, 2018
Had mine for a year and so did a friend (bought at the same time). Within the first month had a grinding in the ball bearings. I don't do any beach fishing at all so i assumed that i got salt inside of it and cleaned it to no avail. A week later my friend's reel started doing the same. Now both of these reels were thoroughly cleaned after each use. Luckily another friend of ours knew a Daiwa rep., and we got all of the internals replace for free. Upon receiving it the worked great.....for about a month again..... I went as far as to replace the "sealed" ball bearings inside with ceramic ones i bought online, which did help, but has not totally absolved the issue with their crappy bearings grinding and locking up.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Scott Rosato
from Long Island asked:
July 12, 2019
Can it be used for saltwater fishing?
1 Answer
It is not recommended. 
Submitted by: Ethan on July 13, 2019

chaim
from miami fl asked:
January 24, 2017
what hand retrieve does it have
1 Answer
This reel comes in both left and right hand retrieve.
Submitted by: Donald on January 25, 2017

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