Kristal XL 75 Super Programmable Electric Deep Drop ReelThe Kristal XL 75 S Gear Driven Programmable Electric Deep Drop Fishing Reel and Downrigger with new motor! Pulls 75 LBS of dead weight with a max drag of 38 LBS. The Super series features variable speed control, and it is fully programmable featuring Auto-Stop, Auto Jigging, and a digital line counter.Kristal XL-75SD Features:* Variable Speed Control* Gear Driven* Rod Mounted* Interchangeable Spool* Loud Clicker* Pulls 75 LBS of dead weight* Star Drag
We have deep drop rod and reel combos featuring the XL-75 SD. Reasonably priced, this reel is an excellent alternative to more expensive programmable variable speed electric deep drop reels. The variable speed control, and gear drive, allows this reel to double up as an electric down rigger, as well as a small light weight dredge puller. Anglers who troll deep with down riggers, and deep drop, will appreciate the versatility of the Kristal XL-75 SD. Available in both 12 & 24 volt power options.
Kristal XL 76 Super Programmable Electric Deep Drop Reel I discovered this little gem back in 2004. Until that time I had never seen or even heard about the XL 75. One of my customers from Trinidad alerted me to the existence of this reel. I had this reel special ordered from Kristal in Italy via Kristal USA. Upon arrival, I was thrilled with the reel and purchased one for myself. Thoroughly impressed with it's performance, I immediately commenced marketing the XL 75. I am proud to say that BMC was the first US dealer to sell this reel.
The XL 75 SD has the same motor, same features, and same power specifications as the Kristal 621 DM. Contrary to popular belief, the XL 75 SD is a rod mounted electric reel, with variable speed control and now featuring the ability to program, AutoStop, Auto Jigging, and a digital line counter. The XL 75 SD may be mounted on any of our Sceptre Deep Drop 80-130 rods.
The answer to this question is very simple. The 621 is an excellent reel that was developed for the US market. It features a front mounted spool with a lever drag. This spool configuration, while more attractive to look at, is more labor intensive to manufacture. In addition, the 621 is belt driven because of the spool's location. Since the 621 takes more time to assemble and manufacture, it has a more expensive price tag.
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I have been using the XL 75 since 2004, throughout this time this reel has served me well. In addition. all of my customers who have purchased this reel from me have been extremely satisfied with its performance. I feel comfortable recommending this reel to all my customers.Louis CEO/OwnerBlueMarlinChronicles.com