Shimano Twin Power XD Spinning Reels

Shimano Twin Power XD Spinning Reels

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Model
TD Code
Inches Per CrankGear RatioMono/Fluoro
Line
Capacity (lb test/yds)
PowerPro
Line
Capacity (lb test/yds)
Max Drag (lb)Ball BearingsWeight (oz)Price
TPXDC3000XG
SHM-3339
376.46/230
8/170
10/140
10/200
20/140
40/105
209+18.3$449.99 USD
TPXD4000XG
SHM-3338
396.28/240
10/200
12/160
15/280
30/170
50/150
249+110.2Reg Price $469.99Our Price $319.99
TPXDC5000XG
SHM-3340
416.210/240
12/195
14/165
20/220
30/200
40/160
249+110.6$479.99 USD
Shimano Twin Power XD Spinning Reels are designed for the serious inshore saltwater fishing angler. These saltwater spinning reels offer new X-Protect for the ultimate water resistance. These reels are made with Shimano's ultra-durable HAGANE gear making these reels powerful, durable, and reliable. Ideal for tackling any situation in any saltwater conditions.

Shimano Twin Power XD Spinning Reels Features:
  • Hagane gear: For incredible smoothness and durability
  • Hagane body
  • X-protect
  • X-ship: For increased smoothness and efficiency
  • G-Free body
5 Stars based on 4 reviews
By Tom
NJ
Too good to be true
June 12, 2017
By far the finest 3000 series reel Shmano has ever produced. Upgraded from Sustains. Drag rating and feel are "best in class" They have a winner on their hands with this reel.
By Capt M.
Corpus Christi TX
My Favorite!!
March 23, 2018
I have several of these reels and ordered them before they were even out last year! Jury is back on the performance. Amazingly passed all the test with flying colors. Awesome reel, my reels were used to catch fish from 1lb to 60lb and did not miss a step the whole way. At the end of the season, had them cleaned and they are back in service again. Outstanding quality reel! I do recommend. Get the quality of a Stella at a much better price point. IMO
ProsJust feel the high quality while using! Durable, strong, and user friendly for all ages!
ConsHigher price point than most spinning reels, BUT you get what you pay for,, I'm a believer.
By Randy
Central Fla
SMOOTH LITTLE POWERHOUSE
December 20, 2017
My first Twinpower and definitely not the last. Superb little reel. Hope to have the 5000 sometime soon.
ProsEverything
ConsCost
By Matt
New York, NY
So light and so powerful!
June 10, 2017
I bought this real to go with my 7' St Croix legend Trek and its a dream! I fish the surf for fluke and I feel with this setup I can handle much larger fish on very light tackle. The reel is shimano smooth and it fits 150 yards of 15lb super slick. Great looking reel and packed with all the features of Stella at half the price.
ProsSuper strong Feather light Looks great
ConsExpensive
14 Questions & 15 Answers
Katy
from florida asked:
October 24, 2019
does all the TP XD models has the same EVA handle size?
1 Answer
They do have all round eva foam handles 
Submitted by: Bernie De Graaf on October 25, 2019

Conor
from CT asked:
February 1, 2019
What is the difference between the xd and sw series twin powers?
1 Answer
The XD is more of a inshore saltwater spinning reel the sw is meant for offshore.
Submitted by: Bernie on February 4, 2019

jonathan franklin turnbull
from ME asked:
December 21, 2018
Would you suggest this reel for a 10'6'' surf rod ? Torn between this reel, the twinpower sw, a van staal vr, or maybe the salt x when it comes out.
1 Answer
The 8000 twinpower would pair up best with the 10'6" surf rod
Submitted by: Bernie on December 21, 2018

Thierry
from Florida asked:
December 17, 2018
For a 4000 being used to target most inshore species like snook, redfish, jacks, etc what power and size rod would you recommend.
1 Answer
7 foot or 7"6' mh fast action rod would be a good pair well with a 4000 size reel
Submitted by: Bernie on December 20, 2018

Charlie
from Florida asked:
December 5, 2018
If you guys could choose one split grip rod to put on a 4000 twinpower what would it be.
1 Answer
That would pair well with the TVSS63MH Shimano Trevala S jigging spin rod.
Submitted by: Bernie on December 6, 2018

Chalres
from Houston, Texas asked:
January 4, 2018
Where is the twin power XD made in?
1 Answer
The Shimano Twinpower are made in Japan.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 5, 2018

George
from Australia asked:
July 31, 2017
Hey do you ship to Australia šŸ ¦šŸ ŗ ? What's the cost ? And how long will it take to get here?
1 Answer
Yes, we do ship to Australia $44.00 UPS Worldwide Expedited would get it to you around mid August.
Submitted by: Bernie on July 31, 2017

Jeff
from Tahiti asked:
October 24, 2019
Hello

What reel should i use on a okuma 7" 6-10 Kg  

3000Xd or 4000xd 

I would like to have a light set up  with a mach reel that's not to imposing on the rod 

Thank's 

1 Answer
either or would be fine they both are similar in size
Submitted by: chris jones on October 25, 2019

Andy
from Jetty country, NJ asked:
September 18, 2018
What is the difference between the Twinpower XD and the sustain FI? Specifically the 3000 size. They seem to have all the same features to me just the price is different.
1 Answer
The 3000 Twinpower XD has 37 inches per crank whereas the Sustain FI only has 35 inches per crank. The Twinpower XD has a gear ratio of 6.4 and the Sustain FI has a gear ratio of 6.0:1. The two reels do have the same line capacity, and have the same max drag. The remaining two differences are ball bearings and weight of the reel itself. The Twinpower XD has 9+1, and the Sustain has 8+1 ball bearings. Lastly, the Twinpower weighs a bit heavier than the Sustain FI weighing 8.3 oz and the Sustain weighs only 7.9 oz's.
Submitted by: Rebecca on September 20, 2018

John Dolea
from Texas asked:
January 1, 2018
Which rod would you recommend for the TPXDC5000XG model for inshore use?
1 Answer
The G Loomis Greenwater Inshore rods give fantastic options for pairing it with the Twinpower XD 5000 model.
Submitted by: Donald on January 2, 2018

John Yelton
from North Carolina asked:
June 16, 2017
Would a 3000 size B good for a st. Croix Avid inshore 7 foot 6 -12 lb line
1 Answer
The 400 would actually balance better for you paired with the 7' rod 6-12 lb mono line.
Submitted by: Donald on June 17, 2017

Jonah
from calstar88@msn.com asked:
February 28, 2017
What is the difference between the twin power XG series and these XD series, currently looking to pick up one from you guys
1 Answer
The Shimano TwinPower XD's are smaller reels in the Twin Power series. Shimano wanted to make the twin power series with lighter and durable reels. The Shimano Twinpower XD series does just that. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on March 1, 2017

Carlos
from New rochelle ny asked:
February 21, 2017
Hi what material is the body and is sealed like the van staal ? Thankyou
2 Answers
The Shimano Twinpower XD Spinning Reels has a Hagane metal approved for use in saltwater. This reel is not as sealed as a Van Staal would be. Thank you for considering TackleDirect for your fishing needs.
Submitted by: Donald on February 22, 2017
Carlos. Hello this reel has a Hahane body. The HAGANE Body is a metal reel body with high rigidity. The body stiffness and impact resistance virtually eliminates body flexing. This reel is not sealed like the van staal.
Submitted by: Tyler on February 22, 2017

Brock
from New Orleans, Louisiana asked:
February 20, 2017
What rod is a good match with the 3000 for inshore fishing the gulf coast?
1 Answer
The St Croix Avid Inshore 7 ft would be a great rod to pair with Shimano TPXDC3000XG Twinpower XD Spinning Reel.
Submitted by: Donald on February 21, 2017

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