About Daiwa Legalis Spinning Reel
Closeouts. Durable enough for saltwater but ready for any water with fish, Daiwa's Legalis Spinning Reel offers narrow, rigid aluminum Hardbodyz construction for lightweight strength. A corrosion-resistant ABS aluminum spool and Digigear components deliver dependable speed and power.
Specs about Daiwa Legalis Spinning Reel
- Material: Aluminum
- Recommended use: Saltwater
- Made in China
- Prop 65: This product contains a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by PK from Wisconsin on Tuesday, August 2, 2016My tenth Daiwa spinning reel. I have had several for 10 plus years and no issues. The Legalis is light and smooth. The metal body is nice and rigid and makes a huge difference as compared to a composite body; especially on the larger reel sizes, no twisting or sloppiness. Not a huge fan of the gold handle, but at this price I can deal with it.
Reviewed by Matthew from NYC on Sunday, July 31, 2016I returned this item. There was something about the reel, a cheapness that made me question it's durability. Several important parts were made of stiff, cheap plastic. These parts (on the handle stem) experience a lot of strain and stress during retrieve. I was not comfortable using this reel with the weakness.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bud from Alabama on Sunday, July 10, 2016smooth reel at a good price
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MrBill from South Carolina on Wednesday, May 25, 2016This reel is ideal for light to medium inshore fishing. Should be great for flounder, trout and smaller redfish. STP made it an irresistible value.
Question & Answer
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There is nothing that I can see that would indicate that the reel is a second.
It is a decent value, but it is definitely not top of the line. I've had no problems with it, just haven't had it long enough to how durable it is.
I fish saltwater and I'm pretty hard on my gear. As I mentioned several parts on higher quality reels that are metal are made of plastic on this model. Not saying it's inferior rather I know what I put my gear through and I'm better off spending a few extra bucks on a Penn or Shimano reel.
Seems like a first rate product to me. Now i have 2.