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Daiwa Morethan Branzino Lever Brake Drag (LBD)

Posted by Editor On February - 1 - 2011

Daiwa Morethan Branzino LBDJust spotted a planned addition to Daiwa's Morethan Branzino range of spinning reels on Japanese tackle site - the Morethan Branzino 2508SH LBD.

I know what you're thinking, it's the current Morethan Branzino reel with an extra lever bolted on. Well I guess it is really. Yet another tackle innovation from Japan sees the Lever Brake Drag (LBD) form factor added to Morethan Branzino range. It's hard to see this being a popular reel outside of Japan, but I shouldn't knock what I  haven't tried.

I've been aware of this type of reel from Daiwa for a few years after seeing some shots in a Japanese catalogue but quite where the origin of this design lies, I don't know. I'm sure your conclusions on the use will be similar to my own - clearly the lever offers more immediate access and control over the drag. Perhaps this allows for use of thinner lines, driven by Japan's pressured angling conditions; or maybe to release line where a tight line would spook fish. Certainly I have seen light tackle ISO reels from Daiwa and Shimano that feature this style of lever brake.

If anyone has an English translation of the exact use for these reels, please let us know. We'd love to know more.

The reel is due out from March 2011.

Model Gear
Drag Weight Line Capacity Retrieve
2508SH 6.2 6.0 265 8lb-150m, 12lb-100m
PE 1.0-200m,
PE 1.5-150m
91 12

2 Responses to “Daiwa Morethan Branzino Lever Brake Drag (LBD)”

  1. Ming Huang says:

    What is the price for model 2508 SH LBD. Any other Lever Brake Drag models

  2. Rhys fanning says:

    How much for the reel and to have one shipped to victoria, australia

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