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Kristal 625 DM LW 24 Volt Programmable Electric Manual Level Wind Reel

Kristal XL 625 DM LW 24 Volt
Kristal XL 625 DM LW 24 Volt


 
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Kristal 625 DM LW Series 24 Volt Programmable Electric Manual Level Wind Variable Speed Reel

* Automatic Jigging & Variable Speed
* Auto Stop Feature
* Line Counter
* Built in Level Wind
* Lever Drag
* Conventional Reel Handle for manual operation
* 12 or 24 Volt Operation

In order for a digital line counter to be accurate line diameter must be taken into account. As we all know the smaller the line diameter, the more line you can put on the reel. For optimum performance and accuracy, Kristal's digital line counter is programmable for lines ranging from 50 to 200 LB test.

The 24 volt Kristal 625-DM LW is an ideal deep drop reel for a wide variety of fish including grouper, snapper, tile fish, amberjacks, and others. This reel features the necessary power for occasional sword fishing. The aluminum spool allows this reel to be used with both spectra and nylon monofilament lines. This model is ideal for sword fishing, the wide body allows for 2500 yards of 65 LB test braided fishing line.

Note: The 24 volt XL 625 DM LW model features a wide body. This reel features greater line capacity than the 621 models, and the wide body allows for cooler operation of the variable speed control. We designed this reel to replace the older 611 reel models, which are now discontinued.

We recommend the 24 volt Kristal 625 DM LW to those customers who have pre-existing 24 volt systems aboard their vessel.




Specifications
Weight 21 LBS
Line Capacity 1350 YDS of 130 LB or 1200 YDS of 200 LB Test Jerry Brown Line One Spectra
Line Retrieval Speed: 330 FPM based on a full spool
MAX Drag 75 LBS

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