Daiwa Slosh 20 Reel, Daiwa Slosh 30 Reel
4 ball bearings
Fivepoint support frame
Lightweight, but extra strong anodised aluminium spool
Multiwasher super smooth drag system
Counter balanced handle
retrieve ratio 6.1:1
line capacity SL20SH 250m20lbs
line capacity SL30SH 300m20lbs
Daiwa Sealine SLOSH Multipliers The SL20SH and SL30SH have such a cult following amongst sea anglers that they have nicknamed the pair the SLOSHes are incredibly strong and their smoothness is a testimony to their superior build quality. Perfect on the shore and boat as well as uptiding. Features - Superior level of durability - Centrifugal brakes - 4 ball bearings - Five-point support frame - Lightweight, but extra strong anodised aluminium spool - Multi-washer super smooth drag system - Counter balanced handle SL20SH retrieve ratio 6.1:1, line capacity 250m-20lbs SL30SH 6.1:1 16.8 4 300m-20lbs.
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