“S” stands for “saltwater”. Or “S” could mean “splendid”.
Or “S” is for the noise you hear
when a fish is pulling the line against the drag.
Pause to appreciate . . .
the reel’s smooth start without jerking;
the never-ending drag that no large fish can overpower.
In hard fishing challenges and no matter under what conditions,
this excellent reel masters catching the big ones.
If two-hand casters on the Deschutes in Washington State,
on the banks of the Mörrum River in Sweden,
or the Orkla River in Norway think fondly of their S-reel,
then we made everything right.
This reel functions reliably without constant attention. That is what we expect it to do – and so it does.
So, don’t worry about your S Reel but concentrate on your pool or the salmon running right in front of you.
You will hear it sing in good time . . . after the hookup! “Sssssssssst”
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|Weight (approx)||222 gr.||236 gr.||259 gr.|
|Depth of spool||18 mm||23 mm||23 mm|
|Width of spool||29 mm||34 mm||34 mm|
|Width of reel (without handle)||48 mm||53 mm||53 mm|
|Diameter of reel (without reelfoot)||93 mm||103 mm||113 mm|
S1 line class 7-9 + 150 m of 20 lbs-backing
S2 line class 8-10 + 150 m of 30 lbs-backing
S3 line class 10-12 + 180 m 30 lbs-backing