Daiwa New Saltiga Dogfight 8000

Daiwa New Saltiga Dogfight 8000
Price: $1,599.00 NZD
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Model: Daiwa New Saltiga Dogfight 8000
Manufacturer: Daiwa

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Daiwa New Saltiga Dogfight 8000

Spinning Reel low speed

Line Capacity: PE8=400m

weight:842g

Max Drag:30kg

Gear: 4.3:1

Ball Bearing: 14+1

Retrieve per crank:138cm

Features
  • Real Four
  • Mag Sealed
  • Zaion Air Rotor
  • UTD – Ultimate Tournament Drag
  • Hyper Digigear
  • Twistbuster II
  • Tough Air Bail
  • Minimum Offset Gearing
  • ABS II
  • Super Metal Housing (body and sideplate)
  • New CRBB system
  • Hybrid carbon/forged aluminium spool
  • Silent Oscillation
  • Rotor Break
  • Manual Bail Return
  • Wide Open roller for heavy shock leader
  • 2BB line roller with rubber seal
  • 2BB oscillating slider
  • Linear Rotation
  • Metal drag knob cap
  • 2 piece light weight aluminium round knob

The Saltiga heralds a giant leap forward in design, revolving around one ground breaking material – magnetic fluid. Developed by NASA to magnetically deliver fuel to space ships and previously introduced to the 2010 Certate series, this revolutionary innovation has now been developed for Daiwa’s flagship heavy duty spinning reel.

This new metallic grease/oil actually changes shape with the introduction of a magnetic force (similar to the android in Terminator II), attaching itself to any other metal to form a super strong seal. Being magnetized this Magseal lubrication system prevents any friction or dust intrusion, eliminating oil spray and significantly improving reel life expectancy. This revolutionary magnetic oil membrane and Daiwa’s innovative design combined new CRBB bearings has made water intrusion a thing of the past.

Working in conjunction with the Mag Seal the Air Rotor has been hollowed out to create airflow through the whole rotor system. This prevents foreign material such as water, salt, sand and dust collecting inside the reel, the added air flow eliminates moist build up in the reel preventing corrosion issues.