Daiwa Exist LT Spinning Reels

Daiwa Exist LT Spinning Reels

$799.99 - $849.99
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Model
TD Code
Action
FW/SW
Ball BearingsGear
Ratio
Line
Per
Crank
Weight
(oz)
Line Capacity
(lb test/yds)
Drag MaxPrice
EXISTLT1000D-P
DAI-2901
UL12CRBB+14.9:124.1in5.54/250
6/160
8/110
11$799.99 USD
EXISTLT2000D-P
DAI-2902
L/UL12CRBB+14.9:125.3in5.54/340
6/220
8/160
11$799.99 USD
EXISTLT2500-XH
DAI-2903
ML/L12CRBB+16.2:134.5in6.38/240
10/210
12/160
22$799.99 USD
EXISTLT3000D-C
DAI-2904
M/ML12CRBB+15.2:130.6in6.510/280
12/220
16/160
22$799.99 USD
EXISTLT3000-CXH
DAI-2905
M/ML12CRBB+16.2:136.8in6.58/160
10/130
12/110
22$799.99 USD
EXISTLT4000D-C
DAI-2906
H/MH12CRBB+15.2:132.5in7.210/360
14/250
20/160
22$849.99 USD
Daiwa Exist LT Spinning Reels Features:

  • 90mm Crank handle
  • Hi-Grip I shape knob
  • Light/Tough magnesium monocoque body
  • Light/Tough Zaion Air Rotor
  • Aluminum alloy muchine-cut durable digigear
  • Magsealed body and line roller
  • Long cast ABS spool
  • Air bail
  • Twist buster 2
  • High lever water resistance construction
  • Made in Japan
4.5 Stars based on 5 reviews
By Phuong
Friendswood , Tx
Super light reel
January 23, 2020
I have the 2500 xh lt for about two months now, paired with a gloomis nrx 921s inshore rod. Caught over 20 redfish and countless specks with it.. Super light reel that is pleasure to fish all day long.
ProsSuper light and powerful drag system for a reel this size.
By Cyaco
NY
I think it's better than Shimano Stella FJ...
January 11, 2020
I think it's better than Shimano Stella FJ...
super light and I like how it retrieves.
Only one thing, I am worried about the bail.
I think the bail will come down over the years.
But, the warranty is excellent!
By jamie
LOS ANGELES, CA
Amazing !
February 2, 2019
This reel is a dream to own. had mine for about a year haven't had any issues with it. I dropped it in the water and sent it in for service. They serviced is and shipped it back free of charge. i'm considering a second one.
By Jessie
nj
I give Freshwater Daiwa products three stars because i am biased
September 28, 2018
Their freshwater products seem to be "ok" ,but their saltwater products are terrible.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 replaced for free. Upon receiving it ,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. Maybe in fresh water this will be different and i will be proven wrong, but i doubt shoddy craftsmanship does not transfer over to fresh water also.
By Joseph
San Francisco
Super lightweight
August 15, 2018
Best spinning reel I’ve used. Super light and tough smooth 22# of drag. The 2500 series balances perfectly on the steez AGS mlsxa rod
ProsLight, magsealed, superb fit and finish
ConsPrice
4 Questions & 4 Answers
Mark
from 31302 asked:
December 29, 2018
Does the reel come new in a sealed package or is there a chance of getting a already opened display model?
1 Answer
Everything we have is in a sealed box.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 31, 2018

JP
from IL asked:
July 23, 2018
is this the new 2018 model?
1 Answer
Yes, these are the 2018 models
Submitted by: Bernie on July 25, 2018

Luke
from chicago, asked:
June 2, 2018
can you confirm which handle comes on the 1000 series? is it a T handle or just a paddle?
1 Answer
The 1000 size reel comes with a Hi-Grip I shape knob.
Submitted by: Ricky on June 4, 2018

RevPDP
from South Florida asked:
May 17, 2018
Is this reel only for freshwater? My understanding is the magnesium and saltwater do not get along.
1 Answer
This reel is designed for freshwater, I would not recommend using it in saltwater
Submitted by: Tyler on May 22, 2018

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