DAIWA–BG 5000 Spinning Reel with J-Braid Line
BG 5000 Spinning Reel with J-Braid Line
|Ball Type||Stainless Steel Ball Bearings|
|Drag Style||Front Drag|
|Line Speed||47.4 Inches|
|Material||Aluminum Braid Ready|
|Maximum Test - Mono||14 Pounds/470 Yards,17 Pounds/380 Yards|
|Maximum Test - Braided||50 Pounds/360 Yards, 65 Pounds/310 Yards|
|Warranty Details||One Year|
DAIWA BG 5000 Spinning Reel with J-Braid Line
Daiwa BG is equipped with a machined aluminum body and body cover providing strength and internal part stability. To increase the strength in the form of corrosion and scratch resistance, Daiwa has Black Anodized the body and body cover. The anodization process allows for better adhesion to the aluminum and will not chip or peel like a painted surface, extending the brilliant look of the BG spinning series.
Daiwa BG spinning series have integrated the largest drive gear in the history of Daiwa spinning reels. The benefit to having this oversized gear increases gear-tooth contact points, this provides smoother and extended gear life as well as more power and increased torque. Daiwa’s Screw-in-Handle design provides zero movement or play between the main gear and handle arm. This lack of movement offers the angler both confidence and control when rotating the handle.
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. The ABS spool's maximized core diameter and reversed taper mean 100% useable line. No "dead" line buried in a deep core. You can fill it with line right up to the edge of the spool lip without fear of tangles. ABS cause less casting friction for longer and easier casting. The huge spool diameter line flow freely in larger coils and produces less line memory coil. Smaller spool diameter means line flows in tighter coils as well.
- Waterproof Drag System
- Carbon ATD
- Machined Aluminum Screw In Handle
- Manual Return Bail
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