KastKing Zephyr Spinning Reels are a high level design light weight fishing reel for bass fishing and trout fishing and an excellent choice as a freshwater or saltwater spinning reel. Zephyr, meaning a light gentle breeze, lives up to its name. The 1000 size weighs only around 7 ounces and is a perfect ultralight/ice fishing reel, the 2000, 3000 and 4000 are among the lightest graphite spinning reels respectively.
KastKing Zephyr spinning reels deliver up to a powerful 10kg of carbon fiber drag. Along with corrosion free graphite body, body cover and rotor, an oversized stainless steel main shaft, brass pinion gear, and double shielded stainless steel ball bearings in key locations that don’t quit in a battle with trophy fish.
KastKing Zephyr fishing reels are equipped with a braid fishing line ready CNC machined aluminum two tone spool that prevents braid line from slipping under pressure. You don’t need to add monofilament fishing line backing
Zephyr spinning reels have a rugged, stealthy tone on tone (gloss and flat black) paint scheme with strategic cutouts added to keep the weight down and maintain a tactical look. A black EVA knob adds to the blackout package
EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
KastKing thoroughly tests all designs in a state-of-the art engineering lab to assure you that the value of a KastKing reel exceeds the cost. KastKing designers look for the best combination of light weight, strength, and durability in KastKing fishing reels. It is all part of the KastKing Affordable Innovation philosophy
Powerful and Reliable
1.CNC Anodized Aluminum Spool 2.Reinforced Nylon Rotor 3.Reinforced Nylon Body
Ultra Lightweight to 207g
Equipped with corrosion free glass fiber infused nylon frame
7+1 Stainless Steel Ball Bearings
Ensure smooth operation and endurance
Up to 10kg of Ultra-Smooth Drag Power
Provided by powerful triple disc carbon fiber drag
D.S.S.R. (Double Sliding Stabilizer Rods)
Stabilize the slider to increase the smoothness and durability
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