Daiwa Regal LT Spinning Reels

Daiwa Regal LT Spinning Reels

Daiwa has re-enginnered the Regal to bring the benefits of their LT Light and Tough concept to anglers of all levels.

Price: $59.99
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Model
TD Code
SizeGear RatioLine Per Handle TurnBearingsMono Line Capacity
(lb Test/Yards)
J-Braid Capacity
(lb Test/Yards)
Max DragWeightPrice
RGLT1000D
DAI-3107
10005.2:125.5in9 BB, 1RB4/2506/21011lb6.7oz$59.99 USD
RGLT2000D
DAI-3109
20005.2:126.8in9 BB, 1RB4/33010/21011lb6.7oz$59.99 USD
RGLT2500D
DAI-3111
25005.2:129.6in9 BB, 1RB8/24020/17022lb7.4oz$59.99 USD
RGLT2500D-XH
DAI-3113
25006.2:134.5in9 BB, 1RB8/24020/17022lb7.4oz$59.99 USD
RGLT3000D-C
DAI-3115
30005.2:131.6in9 BB, 1RB10/28020/31022lb7.6oz$59.99 USD
RGLT3000D-CXH
DAI-3117
30006.2:132.5in9 BB, 1RB10/28020/31022lb7.6oz$59.99 USD

With the Daiwa Regal LT Spinning Reel, Daiwa looks to bring the benefits of their LT Light and Tough concept to anglers of all levels. This most recent generation of the Regal line sheds significant amounts of weight while increasing toughness and performance by implementing proprietary technologies found in reels well beyond the Regal's price point. The use of a True Carbon Frame provides the same rigid support as conventional materials while making the reel lighter and more compact, while the addition of Daiwa's signature Air Rotor System reduces weight and improves rotational balance. Anglers can expect silky smooth performance thanks to a 9 ball bearing design rarely seen in reels this affordable. For those looking for a workhorse reel built with advanced features at an unprecedented value, the re-engineered Regal LT will exceed expectations.

Daiwa Technology Found In Regal LT Spinning Reels :

  • LT Concept - The LT family of reels boast a smaller, lighter, more compact body which is paired with a larger gear for the ultimate combination of Light and Tough.
  • Air Rotor - The Air Rotor weighs up to 15% less than ordinary rotor designs. Its unique shape reduces unnecessary weight while distributing stress more evenly throughout the rotor for maximum strength.
1 Question & 1 Answer
Sean Mitchell
from Syracuse New York asked:
July 6, 2019
Can this reel be used for saltwater? I'm talking like light inshore fishing, not going for really big fish with this reel
1 Answer
Yes, for light use it will be fine. 
Submitted by: Ethan on July 13, 2019

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