|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||54 x 7.75 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||MINISPIN|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Color||Black and Silver|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Warranty Description||Manufacturer Warranty|
Daiwa Mini System Minispin Ultralight Spinning Reel and Rod Combo in Hard Carry Case
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- Terminal tackle not included
- Ultra compact hard case
- Perfect size for tucking in your luggage
- Designed for anglers on the move, compact tackle setup comes in its own hard case, and is ideal for stowing in luggage, backpacking, or keeping under a car seat
- Ultralight MS-S500T reel with smooth, ball bearing drive, multi-disc drag, 5.1-to-1 retrieve, GyroSpin balancing, and Twist Buster line twist reduction
- Matching 4.5-foot, five-piece ultralight rod for two-to-six-pound test lines and 0.0625-to-0.25-ounce lures
- Ultra-compact hard case includes built-in tackle compartments
- Includes limited manufacturer's warranty; details included with purchase
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Here is the kind of pure ultralight excitement that makes a bluegill feel like a Bluefin. This setup comes with its own ready to travel, ultra-compact hard case. It's a perfect size for tucking in your luggage, backpacking, or just keeping handy under the car seat.
Designed for anglers on the move, this clever, compact tackle setup comes in its own travel-ready, ultra-small hard case -- ideal for stowing in luggage, backpacking, or simply keeping handy under your car seat.
- Ultralight MS-S500T reel: Smooth, ball bearing drive, multi-disc drag, fast 5.1-to-1 retrieve, GyroSpin balancing, and Twist Buster line twist reduction
- Matching rod: 4.5-foot, five-piece ultralight rod for two-to-six-pound test lines and 0.0625-to-0.25-ounce lures
- Ultra-compact hard case: Includes built-in tackle compartments
All Daiwa products include a limited manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.
Daiwa's first spinning reel rolled off the assembly line in 1955. Since then, the company has grown into one of the largest and most influential tackle companies in the world today. Domestically, Daiwa Corporation first opened its doors in 1966, operating from a small facility in Culver City, California. Today, based in Cypress, California, Daiwa Corporation sells tackle throughout the United States, Canada, Central, and South America.
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I have more fun with this rod and reel versus my other 11 fishing poles ($49.99-$129.99) that I have. For the price point of around $40 w/ tax, this is a great buy. You can stow it away in a camel bak back pack or simply anywhere because of the size of the case. It has a built in tackle box to hold lures (might I suggest 1/16 oz brown rooster tail). They do not hold loose hooks well, buy eh, I didn't purchase this as a hook and bobber system. Enough said, this is a must have in your arsenal of fishing gear.
The picture is of the fish I caught, the day the dawai mini spin came in the mail. This was my Diawa's first 15 min.
If your idea of a good time is constant backlashes, tangled line, rod coming apart, and worse, go ahead. Buy this.
It's not just me. I've fished all my life, and never had problems like this before. But I made the mistake of buying this for my friend, too. And she experienced the same frustrations and finally threw it to the ground. Find something else, folks. This one ain't ready for prime time. Nice idea, bad product, sadly.
You also can't store it with the handle crank installed, you have to also take that off to fit in the case.
A standard swivel wouldn't fit through the last ring either when breaking down.
What I would change... the end loop, make larger, so you can at least put a swivel on the line or a leader of some sort to keep the string from unraveling.
Also make the case larger to store with handle still attached.
Storage for other items such as a few bait, lures etc.
The latches are difficult to latch and stay latched as well.
More attention to detail would go far.
After buying 3 of these, for me and my 2 boys, if I could do it over again, I may have gone with a telescopic pole instead. This is not telescopic. You have to disconnect each pole extension to store, and wind up the fishing line all the way to the reel and make it so it does not unwrap further. When you get to that point, you then have to disconnect the handle and it's bolt in order for it to fit in the case. If you can look beyond that, then it will work for you, but at the end of the day, it is no better than anything else as you may as well leave it assembled. If you have to leave it assembled, there are better options for the price.