Quantum Iron Inshore Spinning Reels

Quantum Iron Inshore Spinning Reels

$119.95 - $129.95
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TD Code
DescriptionIPTGear RatioBall BearingsCapacity MonoCapacity BraidPrice
Iron Inshore Spinning Reel28.05.25+1180/8160/20$119.95 USD
Iron Inshore Spinning Reel28.05.25+1180/10160/20$119.95 USD
Iron Inshore Spinning Reel33.05.25+1230/10200/30$129.95 USD
Iron Inshore Spinning Reel36.05.25+1225/12240/30$129.95 USD
The Quantum Iron Inshore Spinning Reels deliver the best value in inshore saltwater reels. Borrowing features like TiMag from its big brother Cabo, followed by a 1-2 knockout in corrosion from the combination of SCR aluminum and SaltGuard 2.0, Quantum Iron Inshore Spinning Reels pack a punch with higher drag power than the competition. That’s a knock-out punch considering that Quantum Smoke Inshore’s are the only other metal reels lighter in weight in its class.

  • TiMag
    • NiTi wire never bends like stainless or Aluminum, Magnets never break like springs
  • CSC Drag – Ceramic Drag
    • Extreme power, ultra smooth drag
  • SCR Aluminum
    • Eliminates corrosion and improved strength
  • Saltgard 2.0
    • Superior corrosion resistance
  • MaxCast II Spool
    • Superior casting distance
    • With Braid Band
4.5 Stars based on 7 reviews
By Jessie
.We use these for pier fishing all the time.
July 18, 2018
My buddy has three of them, and seeing as how i do most of my fishing from off a boat, and how if i buy another reel my girlfriend might disown me, i use his every once in a while. I have a couple of Penn spinners, but it disappoints me to say the Penns take a lot of maintenance. I have used both his cheaper model from a different store more tuned to freshwater and they have worked great.
By Matt W.
Alvin, TX
Inshore Kayaking, Thumbs Up
April 21, 2018
I kayak fish for Redfish and Speckled Trout at night in the Galveston Bay complex, have been for a few years. The fishing killed my old stradics, and then quickly killed two Abu Garcia Revo inshores. I have been fishing the Iron PT25s for about 6 months (roughly 2x a week). They handle upper slot redfish (26"-28") with no issue. The drag is smooth and reliable. I fish the PT25 version because it is light enough for good jigging motion; I fish exclusively soft plastics on jig heads. I did recently break a bail wire, but I'm pretty sure that had to do with throwing the rod into the truck at 2AM more than anything else, and anyway, the part number was easy to search for and find on Google, and will be at my door in a few days for $11. (I service my own reels because kayak fishing frequently in saltwater requires it, period.) If you notice, Quantum switched to a one piece handle similar to this on the S3 Smoke Inshore as well. I just picked up a size 40 version of that reel for jetty fishing. I also have a Daiwa Tatula LT 2500D-XH that I bought for the light weight, but it cost me twice as much as this reel, which I consider my true go-to. Expensive reels on a kayak, again, not a great idea. I try to stay under $100 because the sea has taken a few combos due to safety related incidents already. I have two and would recommend these to kayak fishermen who use artificial baits.
  • Price
  • Weight
  • Drag
By Anthony
Boynton Beach, Florida
Great Reel!!!
June 20, 2016
I use this for peacock bass and snakehead mainly and I love it! Heavy drag, light reel, and very smooth. I have had it for a while
  • Light, heavy drag, very smooth
  • None for me
By Lance
, Florida
Great smooth reel. Love the magnetic bail.
March 13, 2016
Reel is smooth, casts and winds great and has salt water protection. What more can you ask for. I bought my fist one 6 months ago and this is my second one. Best bass spinning reel for the money.
  • Magnetic bail
  • None
By Harry
June 22, 2015
I mainly use this for inshore snook fishing near jetties the drag is perfect for tightening up and avoiding cut offs my only complaint is the brittle feel to it but it's false it can stand a beating all in all great reel for a great price
  • Drag lightness works the lure good
  • Brittle feel
By Joe
Chopin la
Great reel
October 31, 2014
By John
Houma La
Awesome Reel
October 29, 2014
Very Good Reel , Service was Great
  • Casting ability is Great / Solid Reel but light
  • None
5 Questions & 5 Answers
Old Salty
from Corpus Christi, Tx. asked:
September 27, 2015
What is the maximum line/weight capacity for mono on the 40 & 50 series??
1 Answer
You can really use whatever line you want, but you also want to make sure that you are getting enough line on the reel. I would Stick to 10-12lb on the size 40 and 12-15lb on the 50 size.
Submitted by: David on September 30, 2015

from Morganton, NC asked:
February 17, 2015
Is the reel foot the same size on the 40 and the 50 series reels?
1 Answer
Hello Jason. Yes, the reel feet on these two reels are exactly the same. Please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions!
Submitted by: Brandon on February 19, 2015

from Virginia Beach, VA asked:
November 4, 2014
What is the weight on the 40 and 50 models?
1 Answer
The weight of the 40 is 11.6 ounces. The 50 weighs 11.9 ounces.
Submitted by: Customer Service on November 5, 2014

from Markham, ON asked:
August 15, 2014
What is the max. drag of the IR25 model.
1 Answer
The max drag is 16lbs. You can find the detailed information on the following website link; http://www.quantumfishing.com/products/3297/Iron.aspx
Submitted by: Customer Service on August 17, 2014

from brooklyn ny asked:
July 19, 2014
what are the weights on the 25 and 30 models?
1 Answer
25: 8.9 ounces 30: 9.2 ounces
Submitted by: Customer Service on July 20, 2014


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