Millionaire S Series Baitcasting Reels

Millionaire S Series Baitcasting Reels

$64.95 - $74.95
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TD Code
BearingsGear RatioWeight
Line Capacity
H - MH2+15.1:110210/12
$64.95 USD
XH - H2+15.1:110.3310/12
$74.95 USD
Here's Daiwa X-Treme performance to fit any angler's budget. Classic-Shaped baitcaster with today's most advanced performance features - yet at a price you'd normally pay for an ordinary reel.
Daiwa Millionaire-S Baitcasting Series Features
  • Super Speed Shaft™ For maximum spool performance - longer, easier casting
  • Centriflex™ automatic centrifugal spool brake
  • Rigid, one-piece aluminum spool brake
  • Infinite Anti Reverse means virtually no handle slap-back for firmer hook sets with less shock to the reel
  • Aluminum Alloy spool
  • Spool click on 300 size
  • Massive, seven element Super Drag™
  • Anodized to resist saltwater corrosion
1 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Jessie
Absolutely terrible company for saltwater reesl!
December 2, 2018
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 replace for free. Upon receiving it the 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.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Lawencburg Kentucky asked:
February 2, 2017
Will the 300 handle a 200 or 300 pound shark
1 Answers
No it will not. You will need a much larger conventional reel with a much higher line capacity in order to land sharks in the size range.
on February 3, 2017

Miike C
from Carmel, N.Y asked:
June 19, 2015
what is the drag capacity of the 300 model and would the 300 model be good for Fluke fishing?
1 Answers
Hello Mike. Max drag on that reel is 11 pounds.
on June 22, 2015

Michael T. Cmero Sr.
from Carmel, New York asked:
January 10, 2013
can these reels be used for heavy salt water use? Can this reel be used with braided line?
1 Answers
These reels can be used for both salt or fresh water and are capable of handling braided line as well.
Customer Service
on January 11, 2013


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