Daiwa Crossfire LT Spinning Reel
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The Daiwa Crossfire LT Spinning Reel is tough but lightweight thanks to the state of the art LT composite construction. When you're fishing all day, you'll appreciate the 20% reduction in the weight of this reel. Featuring cold-forged and precision milled Digigears, the solid ABS aluminum spool can handle a lot of fishing line and will not flex or distort on your pole.
When you make a long cast, you're going to pick up a lot of line very quickly and catch up to that fish with no problem. Because of Daiwa's innovative proprietary grease, the Advanced Tournament Drag System (ATD) is one of the smoothest on the market. The handle is machined Aluminum, made to give you the most optimized grip, and provide positive torque to the main gear. This is a high-quality reel at a great price point. The Daiwa Crossfire LT Spinning Reel will be your go-to reel for freshwater or light saltwater applications.
- New Cosmetic Design
- Digigear digital gear design
- Infinite Anti-Reverse
- ABS Aluminum Spool
- Machined Aluminum Handle
- Manufacturer's lifetime limited warranty
Ratings & Reviews
A nice-feeling reel with some 'weatherproofing' issues
by S Danvn
A few times getting wet and being dried, cleaned out, sediment-laden water and some cleaning or otherwise making sure it isn't stored wet, and there's rust in it. I'd post pictures of what the internals look like if I could.
I've used a Daiwa D-Spin and a Clam Carbon Series in the same circumstances for longer than I did this thing (LT 1000) and they're fine.
Used exclusively in freshwater. Exclusively.
Don't know if mine had a broken seal or something, or if I just wasn't drying it successfully, or if the sediment in the water was particularly prone to getting things gummed up, or maybe my bearings weren't lubricated properly, but it's a shame -
Because the reel is nice, smooth, and tight before it starts to feel like its grinding rust inside the cylindrical bearings around the central shaft. I like this reel. I really do. But I don't know if its me being a bad gearkeeper, bad luck, a manufacturing fluke, or something else. Sorry, getting three stars from me.