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Shakespeare Cars Spincast Fishing Kit
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- Technique: spinning
- Rod length: 2.6'
- Rod power: medium
- 2'6" all-in-one rod and reel with line.
- Practice casting plug.
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Top Customer Reviews
Shakespeare did good with this pole. It's inexpensive and performs well.
Only one problem is that the packaging clearly states that it contains lead. Does not say exactly what part.
Not so good for a children's toy....
I actually contacted the company. They said that there was trace amounts in the paint but that it still passed safety standards.
So...I guess like houses build before 1978, unless the paint is chipping or if they chew on it and eat the paint chips then they should be fine!
After stringing the first pole, my son getting to throw one cast, the wire would not budge. We loosened the tension, checked for wrapped/twisted twine and nothing.
We opened the second pole and it wouldn't even give enough slack to string it correctly. Opened just the twine cartridge and it was completely knotted and unmovable.
The only reason I bought from Amazon was the free 2-day shipping, and we live so far from a fishing shop or a MegaMart, that I thought we could get the poles and start practicing this weekend.
Buy a real junior pole from a reputable fishing shop, or buy a cheapy from one the Marts. At least they will take it back without arguing that it was your fault that Amazon sold your kid an unworkable pole he was so excited to be using.
Zero X 2. Horrible product.
We also purchased an Incredible Hulk fishing rod by Shakespeare that is less of a toy and more of a real fishing rod. I would recommend it over this item.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product showed up and just didn't work right away. It comes in large packaging, so returning it is very difficult, and for me just not worth doing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Sellers
Lasted one day, switching to a real one for our son. Might as well learn on a useful one.Published 10 months ago by PGR
Fun while it lasted! The kids loved this while it held up. It was easy to use for a 3 and 5 year old. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jessica M. Macintyre
The rod was an incredible disappointment. We cast the line once and the reel snapped sending the rubber fish to the bottom of our lake.Published 18 months ago by Prime User