The Daiwa Exceler 4000 Spinning reel is affordable class. Sleek styling and a host of Daiwa’s best technologies seem to make it an imposter in the budget reel category. Budget it is however, yet there is nothing cheap about it and the list of inclusions is a list usually reserved for premium reels with a much higher price tag. The smoothness of Digigear, the casting finesse of the ABS spool, Air Rotor and Air Bail are just the start of feature packed Exceler.
The 4000 Exceler size puts it in the genuine all-purpose category, as it is not too big for casting small plastics, yet big enough to tackle Barra and Big Snapper confidently. It’s perfect for the boat, allowing you to point it toward light offshore action. You’ll get excellent casting on the beach and the rock hoppers will feel as though there is enough strength to handle even the most defiant Drummer. The estuary flathead angler will enjoy enough finesse to get plastics in amongst the weed beds on sand flats.
The Daiwa Exceler DX 4000 fishing reel is a general purpose utility designed for starting on the pitch. It’s not a bench player by any stretch, you want it from the start of play to the end. Expect to point your DX4000 at just about every angling application on the water. It won’t turn a Marlin of course, but your huge Barra and Mulloway are destined for the boat. Get yours now.
♦ Model: Daiwa Exceler DX4000
♦ Gear Ratio: 4.9:1
♦ Line Retrieve per crank: 87 cm
♦ Ball bearings: 4+1
♦ Approx weight: 365 grams
♦ Max drag: 6kg
♦ Approx Mono Line Capacity: 4.5kg/270m or 5.5kg/240m
♦ Approx Braid Capicity: PE 2.5(around 25lb)/300m or PE3 (around 30lb)/250m
♦ Type: Spin
♦ ABS spool
♦ Air Rotor
♦ Air Bail
♦ Twist Buster II
♦ Ultimate Tournament Drag
A 4000 or 40 reel is where the medium class size of reel commences. Here, you really start to open your scope, and can break the heads for some light offshore sport action. The 4000 matches well to a medium class 6 to 7ft Barra or Snapper Style rod. You can spool with 4 to 10kg line which gives you access to a pretty big fish. It is also perfect for a light surf rig, say on an 10-11ft rod with a line class 3 to 5kg.
It is also a perfect size for all inshore species but allows you to target the bigger, more aggressive species like Barra, Mulloway, Tailor and Jacks. Head offshore to target Snapper and Queen Fish. Hit the beach for some Aussie Salmon action.
♦ The 4000 takes you to a bigger class of fish, not generally recommended for small class reels. Tackle Mulloway in lakes and rivers, knowing you have the drag power and spool capacity to mitigate against the dominance of the classic Mulloway first run and now you can tackle Barra knowing that if your hook a prize, you have a sporting chance of beating him
♦ With a balanced rig, you now have pretty significant casting capability allowing you to attack a broader fishing zone in the surf.
♦ The 4000 is big enough to start casting fairly large metal slices at Tailor, Salmon and Queen Fish from the rocks, beach or your boat.
♦ Affordable quality can be found in the exceler 4000 fishing reel with a stack of Daiwa Technology at a budget price.
♦ You need a general purpose reel of outstanding quality and you don’t want to save up, you want it now. This is what the Daiwa Exceler 4000 reel is all about. The Exceler includes some of Daiwa’s best technology and you can fit it to your rod at a price that won’t hurt the wallet. What’s more, the scope of angling applications is outstanding.
You will love the Exceler 2500. Most of all you will love the list of inclusions for the low, accessible price tag. The Daiwa Exceler 2500 reel is outstanding value for money and a credit to Daiwa for keeping the shelves stocked with quality kit we all can own. At this price you can pretty much afford to go shopping further here at fishing tackle shop and match it to a brand new, quality Daiwa spin rod.