The Daiwa Zillion TW HD

by Jeff Simpson

The Daiwa Zillion TW HD

The Daiwa ZILLION TW HD is a high-end reel that is well suited for cranking, small swimbaits, pitching and flipping. It is a versatile, smooth-operating workhorse that excels at many different roles. The superior performance begins with long casts from the G1 Duralumin Deep Spool. The innovative spool is constructed from a lighter alloy that is still very strong.

The reduced weight of the spool allows more line capacity for its size yet free spools with a delicate balance. The T-Wing Design level-wind allows the line to pay out freer, with less friction, improving distance. The 10+1 ball bearings are encased in a solid Aluminum Frame and Aluminum Side Plate making for an extremely smooth reel with tight tolerances.

To prevent dirt and water intrusion, a Magsealed Ball Bearing is utilized at the most vulnerable spot on the crank. With the UTD or Ultimate Tournament Drag, the reel has smooth stopping power. The Extended UVA Handle is easy to grab and applies more torque per crank. If you are looking for a high-end bass caster almost too pretty to be called a workhorse. Have a look at one of the smoothest operating reels on the market, the ZILLION TWS HD.

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