The issues I highlighted in the review were partially addressed. Looking at the individual curves more closely, the Exceler’s drag performs very consistently up to the point of full lock down where performance is more erratic. Retrieve: The AIRD is available in two retrieve ratios, 6.3:1 and 7.1:1 — both available in left and right hand retrieve. Spooled with twelve pound (12lb) Sunline Supernatural monofilament this combo saw time on a recent trip to Lake Sonoma, CA. Gone are the budget, tire tread knobs, and in are the Tatula-esque lowercase t knobs. Just punch in the number as it appears.
New lists added by demand and will be populated over time. * The Daiwa BG SW appears on a couple of tables. * Shimano Stella SW appears. Alaska and Hawaii will be charged for additional fee.UPS and FedEx shipping is available upon request and the cost may vary. Thank you.Part Numbers 101 How to put part numbers into the system: Please be sure to type the correct part numbers into the search box. $119.00 AUD inc GSTReels — Baitcast : Daiwa Baitcast ReelsDAIWA AIRD 100HDAIWA AIRD 100H BAITCAST FISHING REEL Contemporary Design, Performance and Unrivaled Strength Capricorn The new Aird 100H shows that quality doesn’t always have to come at a price. Here’s our take on the re-imaged Daiwa AIRD 100. Quality/Construction: Daiwa’s new AIRD comes with a dark, metallic, charcoal grey finish.
International order will be charged for $30.00 via United States Postal Service. If you read «N.L.A», it stands for No Longer Available. We might carry very limit inventory, but it cannot be reordered. Then with each successive test, the drag was backed off with two short pushes of the dragstar with our thumb. Introducing our look at the sub $100 Daiwa America Corporation Exceler casting reel. For example 25418 or 114584. If you are working on an old Abu Garcia model your schematic may have a four digit part number like 5176. These numbers are put in starting with a zero for example 05176. Overall, a very good performance by the AIRD on The Machine. Introduction: In October of 2013, we wrote about a surprising little cost conscious reel from Daiwa called the Exceler.