Daiwa Tatula LT Spinning Reels

Daiwa Tatula LT Spinning Reels

Features Daiwa's Zaion Housing LT Concept, Air Rotor, and a Machined A7075 Aircraft Grade Aluminum DigiGear!

Price: $189.99
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SizeBearingsGear RatioWeightMono Line CapacityMax DragPrice
10006 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)6.2:15.8oz4lb/250yds
11lb$189.99 USD
20006 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)6.2:15.8oz4lb/340yds
11lb$189.99 USD
25006 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)6.2:16.2oz8lb/240yds
22lb$189.99 USD
30006 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)6.2:16.3oz8lb/160yds
22lb$189.99 USD
30006 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)6.2:16.2oz10lb/280yds
22lb$189.99 USD
40006 (1CRBB, 5BB, 1RB)6.2:17.4oz10lb/210yds
26lb$189.99 USD

Utilizing state-of-the-art materials and manufacturing processes, the Daiwa Tatula LT Spinning Reel fully embodies Daiwa’s LT (Light and Tough) platform to deliver a lightweight yet durable spinning reel that will more than meet the needs of anglers everywhere. The Zaion body of the Tatula LT is composed of a high density carbon strain material that is both lighter and stronger than conventional construct materials. Further shedding weight from the Tatula LT, the Air Rotor boasts a 15% weight reduction over traditional bails, all while more evenly dispersing the pressure for maximum strength and increased longevity. At the heart of Tatula LT Spinning Reels, the digitally Machined Aluminum Alloy DigiGear provides flawless power and smooth operation with every turn of the handle. The 7 ball bearing system allows all parts of the reel to move freely, and the corrosion resistance of these bearings help them to last up to 12 times longer than traditional stainless bearings.

Daiwa Technology Found In Tatula LT Spinning Reels :
  • 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.
  • Corrosion Resistant Ball Bearings - Corrosion Resistant Ball Bearings boast a lifespan up to 12 times longer than traditional stainless steel bearings.
  • DigiGear - The all-new DigiGear is precision machine cut and polished. This results in unmatched efficiency, better transfer of energy, and maximum smoothness.
  • LT Concept - The LT family of reels boast a smaller, lighter, more compact body which is paired with a larger DigiGear for the ultimate combination of Light and Tough.
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By Jeff
Poughkeepsie, NY
Almost perfect.
September 20, 2020
The 2000D-HX is one of the smoothest reels I've owned. I just wish the bail would make some more "noise" when opening and closing it. This should really be a 4 3/4 star rating.
By Sean
July 8, 2020
Light and SO MUCH BETTER than the Fuego LT. Spend the extra money for the Tatula!
By Dick F.
Lamoine, Maine
Very Happy, So Far!
July 12, 2018
Bought one of these reels this spring and mounted it on a Tatula rod for a light "all-day" casting package. This reel, mounted on the Tatula rod, is everything I had hoped for, so far. I don't yet have a full season on it but am very impressed with the smoothness of the reel, generally, and the smoothness of the drag particularly. It is a light reel, and a light package on the Tatula rod...no problem casting it all day without weariness.
By flatzfishin
Ft. Lauderdale, florida
Excellent balance of power and light weight
December 28, 2017
This is my first Daiwa and I have to say it is incredibly light and very smooth.
Proslight, smooth, high retrieve ratio
Conscould not find any
4 Questions & 4 Answers
from NEW JERSEY asked:
February 4, 2018
3000 vs 3000D?
1 Answer
The 3000D has a larger line capacity.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 5, 2018

Ret. LT.ColAD.
from "on the pond" asked:
April 11, 2020
The 1000 size and the 2000 size have the same listed weight as 5.8 Oz. How is this possible?

Are these specs correct?

1 Answer
Body of the reel is the same and the spool is deeper for more line capacity, otherwise the reel is the same in each size. Specs are directly from Daiwa:
Submitted by: Brian on April 13, 2020

from Limassol cyprus asked:
October 29, 2017
Can i used it for saltwater fishing?
1 Answer
I would not advise using the Tatula LT for saltwater use. I would suggest a magsealed reel from Daiwa such as the Ballistic LT or Saltist.
Submitted by: Devon on October 31, 2017

Ed Blanco
from Ca asked:
July 13, 2017
How much drag does this reel have?
1 Answer
Daiwa lists the max drag for each model on their webpage. http://www.daiwa.com/us/contents/reels/tatulalt/index.html
Submitted by: Devon on July 15, 2017


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