DAM Reel Surfhammer 360 FD

  • £72.00
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
  • RRP £80.00
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours

2 stainless steel, double sealed ball bearings
1 instant anti-reverse needle bearing
Computer balanced Anti-Vibro-System rotor
Aluminium spool
Graphite spare spool
Micro-adjustable, multi-disc and waterproof front drag
Anti-Twist line roller
Wormshaft oscillating system
Stainless steel main shaft
Stainless steel body screws
Saltwater resistant

The DAM Quick Surfhammer Reel is, as the name already suggests, meant for surfcasting and a real workhorse. The wormshaft oscillating system ensures a perfect line lay. It is not only strong and reliable, it is also a reel eye-catcher. The DAM Quick Surfhammer Reel is fantastic value for money.

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