Redington Zero Reel
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- Lightest reel in its class
- Super-lightweight design with quick-change spool
- Unmachinable, unique die-cast construction
- Large arbor design speeds retrieve and reduces line memory
- Spring loaded, clicker drag system
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Our ZERO reel sets a new standard for lightweight performance and affordability as the lightest reel in its class. We utilized die-cast construction to create an incredibly lightweight design not achievable with CNCmachining processes. An all-new, durable clicker drag system compliments the design to make for the ultimate in lightweight trout reels.
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I have a Orvis Battenkill III reel, the click & paw version, and was looking for a spare reel but they are extremely hard to find. The price for the entire reel was a little more than the Battenkill spare reel and it seems spare reels for the Zero aren't as hard to find for this model. I like the C&P version of fly reels for the simplicity and weight savings. I'm primarily using this for my euro nymph rod setup right now and it works well. I have one other C&P setup from Leland Fly Co. which I like so those are my only other comparisons. Some of my disc drag reels are Chinese knockoffs which were the right price but too heavy and no clicking sound on reeling in. I also had some freezing of the disc system in sub-freezing temps recently.
I can see why some comment about the louder clicking noise. It is certainly louder than the other two C&P reels mentioned above but nothing I can't handle. Indoors it much more noticeable while outdoors while in the heat of it, I can't tell the difference. Compared to the Orvis, it's not as sturdy but I don't think that's a deal killer unless you're doing some rugged hiking while the reel is exposed. Even then I think this thing will take a beating. That said, you can certainly tell the difference between the Orvis Battenkill and this reel. There is a much wider price difference though so if you're looking for a good value on a C&P style reel, I recommend it. Oh, it also comes with a nice protective case whereas the Orvis was in a soft bag.