Daiwa Steez SV TW Baitcasting Reels

Daiwa Steez SV TW Baitcasting Reels

$499.95 - $549.99
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Line Per Crank (in)Gear RatioWeight (oz)Drag Max (lbs)Line Capacity (lb test/yds)Spool Diameter (mm)Handle Length (mm)BB+RB BearingsHand RetrievePrice
348012CRBB+1Right$549.99 USD
348012CRBB+1Right$499.95 USD
348012CRBB+1Left$549.99 USD
348012CRBB+1Left$549.99 USD
Daiwa Steez SV TW Baitcasting Reels are made with SV spools. These spools allow for minimal backlash and makes it easy to cast all weights of lures. These reels are the second generation of Steez from Daiwa. These reels feature a G1 Duralumin drive gear. This drive gear is a key element of Daiwa baitcasting reels. These reels also have a G1 duralumin spool. This material is stronger than standard aircraft grade aluminum. This spool is strong yet still lightweight. These baitcast reels feature TWS which reduces the weight and overall profile. This also allows for long casting with minimal backlash. The rear shape of these reels is ergonomically designed for easy palming. The knob of these reels is high grip i-shape and lightweight. This knob creates a comfortable non-slip grip. The main frame and set-plate of these reels combines airmetal and super metal for increased supreme rotation and retrieve performance.

  • Air brake system
  • Magnesium frame and side cover (gear side)
  • SV spool
  • G1 duralumin spool
  • TWS
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Mark
Taylors, SC
My Favorite Feel
June 21, 2019
Light compact and excellent skipping reel
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from new zealand asked:
September 28, 2021
can this SV TW reel be used on boat fishing
1 Answer

The Daiwa Steez SV TW baitcasting reel can be used from a boat as long as it is freshwater your fishing.  It is not recommended to be used in saltwater since it has a Magnesium body.  Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

Submitted by: Rick - TackleDirect Customer Service on September 28, 2021

jie li
from NY asked:
April 19, 2018
Is this reel capable of some saltwater abuse (provided that it's rinsed thoroughly afterwards)?
1 Answer
We do not recommend that at all.
Submitted by: John on April 20, 2018


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