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DAIWA's new spinning-reel concept - "LT," which stands for LIGHT and TOUGH.
With our innovative minimalist engineering approach, we've reduced the size and weight of our spinning reels, without compromising on strength.

Our LT Technology brings you a compact and lightweight body design, paired with a tougher Digigear drive for ultimate durability. You won't believe how light it feels in your hand, yet how strong it performs on the water.

Our engineers have worked tirelessly to eliminate any unnecessary weight, without sacrificing strength or line capacity. The result is a redesigned, smaller profile throughout, with our toughest Digigear system yet. Experience the ultimate in lightweight and tough spinning reels with DAIWA's LT Technology.

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Model Retrieve Gear Ratio Ball Bearing Max Drag
Reel Weight
Line Capacity
Line Capacity
FC LT2000S Left/Right 5.1 9+1 11 5.3 2/160, 2.5/110 5/220, 6/190 26
FC LT2000S-XH Left/Right 6.2 9+1 11 5.3 2/160, 2.5/110 5/220, 6/190 32
FC LT2500S Left/Right 5.1 9+1 11 5.5 2.5/160, 3/130, 4/110 8/220, 10/210, 12/150 28
FC LT2500S-XH Left/Right 6.2 9+1 11 5.5 2.5/160, 3/130, 4/110 8/220, 10/210, 12/150 34
LT2500 Left/Right 5.2 9+1 22.1 6.2 4/160, 6/110 10/220, 12/210 29
LT2500-XH Left/Right 6.2 9+1 22.1 6.2 4/160, 6/110 10/220, 12/210 34
LT2500S-DH Left/Right 5.2 10+1 11 6.5 2.5/160, 3/130 10/220, 12/210 29 Double Handle
LT3000-C Left/Right 5.2 9+1 22.1 6.3 6/160, 8/130, 0/0 12/220, 15/210, 16/190 30
LT3000S-CXH Left/Right 6.2 9+1 22.1 6.3 4/160, 6/110 10/220, 12/210 37
LT3000 Left/Right 5.2 9+1 22.1 7.2 6/160, 8/130 12/220, 15/210 30
LT3000-XH Left/Right 6.2 9+1 22.1 7.2 6/160, 8/130 12/220, 15/210 37
LT4000-C Left/Right 5.2 9+1 22.1 7.6 10/160, 12/140 16/220, 20/190 32
LT4000-CXH Left/Right 6.2 9+1 22.1 7.6 10/160, 12/140 16/220, 20/190 39

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This design incorporates a one-piece frame and a one-piece threaded side plate. Because screws are not necessary to attach the side plate and hold the main gear, the interior space in the body is greater allowing for a larger more powerful gear held in place by the lighter, sturdier body rather than the traditional side plate


Some of Daiwa’s reel bodies and rotors are made from Zaion, an exclusive high-density carbon with anti-corrosion properties that’s both lighter and tougher than magnesium.
Zaion’s engineers set out to build a material that was as tough as metal but as light as carbon. Conventional wisdom holds that an aluminium reel offers toughness while polycarbonate is needed to make a light body and rotor.
ZAION is a fusion of these two qualities. While ordinary carbon is made of nylon 6-6 resin and carbon fibres at 20%, ZAION boasts twice the density of carbon fibres. The result is a unique material that is as strong as magnesium. A ZAION body is 25% lighter than its equivalent in magnesium and 50% lighter than aluminium!


To withstand the harsh environment, the reel needs a strong heart to support it. Tough Digi Gear" keeps smooth rotation longer. The synergistic effect with Mag-Shield refines durability.


Air Rotor is a design triumph, where weight is reduced, rotary balance is even and stress distribution is even.
The enormous strains, which affect the rotor via the line and the line roller are better distributed. This causes less pressure on the single parts of the rotor.
The Air Rotor is 15% lighter than usual rotors of the same material - this reduces vibrations and enhances the rotational balance thanks to the near symmetrical shape and very low centre of gravity.
Under the same strain, a conventional rotor can become much more distorted, due to concentrated pressure point. Air Rotor distributes the stress.


DAIWA's innovative bail design features a hollow, tubular stainless steel bail for maximum rigidity and strength with minimum weight. Due to the smooth, protrusion-free design of the Air Bail, even loose line, common after a cast slides easily down the bail onto the line roller as the reel is turned, without snagging or hanging up.

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