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Quantum EXO PT Freshwater Spinning Reel, EX15PTI; 5.3:1, RH

Item # 711969
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Key Features

  • EXO-skeletal hybrid construction

  • Special, ultra-rigid aluminum alloy

  • MaxCast II design maximizes casting performance

  • EXO CSC Drag System for extremely smooth drag


Our Price   $199.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
quantum Quantum EXO PT Freshwater Spinning Reel, EX15PTI; 5.3:1, RH

Weighing in at 6 oz., the Quantum EXO PT Casting Reel boasts revolutionary EXO-skeletal hybrid construction to deliver the lightest possible frame with absolutely no sacrifice in strength. EXO-skeletal hybrid construction combines special, ultra-rigid aluminum alloy in load bearing areas with lightweight composite that reduces weight in non-critical locations by 50%. The reel's EXO-skeleton is 38% stronger than magnesium and 6-times stronger than a graphite composite frame.

Even the spinning reel rotor is built with a revolutionary new material called C4LF, which minimizes rotor arm flex under heavy drag loads, while remaining 80% lighter than standard rotors. MaxCast II design maximizes casting performance with its variable oscillation system that lays line evenly on the spool. EXO CSC Drag System features a series of carbon, stainless steel, and ceramic disks for extremely smooth drag.

• Model: EX15PTI
• Gear Ratio: 5.3:1
• I.P.T: 26"
• Line Capacity: 100 yds. / 8 lb.
• Max Drag: 6 lb.
• Bearings: 10+1
• Weight: 6.0 oz.
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Specifications
Model # EX15PTIBX2
Bearings 10+1
Configuration Right
Weight (oz.) 6.0
Line Capacity (lbs./yds.) 8/100
Gear Ratio 5.3:1

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