Abu Garcia ReVO
Abu Garcia Revo Beast has been a force to be reckoned with, having subdued many hard fighting finned gladiators. It has positioned itself as one of the top gladiator killers in the world of low profile reels with its casting capabilities, cranking prowess, and powerful drag. Now there is a new Beast in town and is said to be better and tougher with max drag pressure at 30lb.
One thing about Abu Garcia reels is that although they shoot towards weight reduction as well, just like other reel brands in our world of fishing; they still put focus on durability. This is important since the Beast is made to subdue hard fighting fishes and not take them out to a dance somewhere beneath the surface of the water. Thus why they continue to use brass gears especially the main gear instead of lighter but softer aluminium alloy. This gives the Beast better durability and capability to handle hard fighting fishes.
The Beast was born for throwing big baits and lures, and retrieving them with relative ease. Battling big and tough fighting predators that take these lures is another place that the Beast excels in. It is made to handle hard fighting brutes in both saltwater and freshwater environments, and certainly is one of the hardest fighting and toughest low profile baitcasting reels currently available.
7 stainless steel HPCR™ bearings + 1 roller bearing
X2-Cräftic™ alloy frame and sideplates
Power Stack Carbon Matrix Drag System™
Duragear™ brass gear
D2 Gear Design™
Extended bent handle with power knobs
Infini™ brake system
Ti coated line guide
Infini II™ spool design
For all of your heavy-duty applications, the Abu Garcia® Revo® Beast delivers high performance features specifically engineered for casting larger baits and fighting hard pulling fish. The X2-Cräftic™ alloy frame and sideplates provide a compact lightweight design while the Power Stack Carbon Matrix Drag System™ gives you the drag power to target those stronger fish.
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