Daiwa Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reels

Daiwa Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reels

$79.99 - $89.99
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Model
TD Code
DescriptionSizeGear RatioRetrievePrice
EXLT1000D
DAI-2636
Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reel10005.2:1Dual Retrieve$79.99 USD
EXLT2500D
DAI-2637
Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reel25005.2:1Dual Retrieve$79.99 USD
EXLT2500D-XH
DAI-2638
Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reel25006.2:1Dual Retrieve$79.99 USD
EXLT3000D-C
DAI-2639
Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reel30005.2:1Dual Retrieve$79.99 USD
EXLT4000D-C
DAI-2640
Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reel40005.2:1Dual Retrieve$89.99 USD

Daiwa Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reels feature Daiwa's Carbon Light Material Housing LT Concept, as well as a Machined Aluminum Screw-In Handle, and Air Rotor / Air Bail.

Daiwa Exceler LT Light & Tough Spinning Reel Features:

  • Carbon Light Material Housing LT Concept
  • Machined Aluminum Screw-In Handle
  • Air Rotor / Air Bail
  • DigiGear
  • ABS Spool
  • Infinite Anti-Reverse
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Johnny
Baton Rouge, LA
Quality Reel
August 14, 2020
The Daiwa Exceler 1000 LT is my first ultra light reel. I have it paired with a Procyon spinning rod and it makes make the perfect combo. I was debating between the Exceler and the Shimano Sahara and chose the Exceler after messing around with both in the store. This reel allows me to cast far and reel fish in smoothly. No complaints at all.
ProsLightweight, casts far, reels in smoothly
By Devin C.
HI
Awesome reel
September 14, 2019
Bought this reel at a local fishing supply store for $55 was a steal. I have the 300lt d 5:3:1 with a 7ft Fenwick light and works great. Caught over 30 akule in one day and many Jack's. The reel is awesome for the price. Loved it so much I bought the 2500lt for my 56 Fenwick ultralight, amazing combination! I take this everywhere when I go to other islands because I live in Hawaii so it's compact. Overall u love it. I'm looking to get the certate reel with all the good reviews I'm hearing.
By Art
Alaska
Very good for money
August 6, 2019
Old saying is u get what u pay for. But in this case u get so much more. I build fishing rods for good reels. Usually reels

cost around 200$ when I build rods. But l'm going to build rod for this reel. I bought this reel to get me by on a non planned fishing trip. This reel is a gem. I live in ak, 3 trips, 200 plus salmon, reel feels like it just came out of box.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
Mike
from Mt. Pleasant SC asked:
September 13, 2019
What do the 2500 and 3000 reels weigh and what is max drag?
1 Answer
EXLT1000D  11.0 LBS


EXLT2500D 22.0 LBS 


EXLT2500D-XH 22.0 LBS


EXLT3000D-C 22.0 LBS


EXLT4000D-C 26.4 LBS

Submitted by: Tyler Bennett on September 25, 2019

Don
from Barbados asked:
April 18, 2020
Can this be fished in saltwater
1 Answer
Yes, the Exceler LT reels can be used in saltwater. 
Submitted by: Brian on April 20, 2020

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