The New Daiwa Certate Reel

14/11/2011

Daiwa continues it's philosophy of innovation with the release of the new Certate 3000.

The original Certate, introduced in 2004, introduced new technology and engineering to produce a flawless design that became the flagship for Daiwa. Until now.

Mag Sealed

The latest technological leap is 'Mag Sealed'. The new Certate now utlises the properties of a magnetic fluid. Developed by NASA to magnetically deliver fuel to space ships, this technology has now been adapted to Daiwa’s product development team. Being magnetized this lubrication system avoids any friction and prevents dust intrusion, eliminating oil spray and significantly improving reel life expectancy.

The challenge for Daiwa was to utilise the inherent benefits of magnetic liquid in a reel design. By successfully combining innovative design and new CRBB bearings with a magnetic oil membrane it means that water intrusion a thing of the past. Working in conjunction with Mag Seal the new Air Rotor system improves reel sensitivity and prevents foreign material such as water, salt, sand and dust collecting inside the reel.

That means corrosion should now be a thing of the past. The Certate also boasts a new drag system. Termed the ABS11, the super smooth UTD drag system is Daiwas best yet. Important when you're attached to a trophy, or just dinner!

 

 

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