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Guys I want to introduce new fully carbon fiber reel seat. My Friends and I designed tested and developed. It took as couple years hard working and testing to finished and here you go no free play, custom made, almost indestructible, life time warranty with some conditions.You going to see it and check by yourself on surf day show next weekend. Weight is around just. 6-.7 Oz installed compared to regular fuji reel seat is about 2 oz lighter. Sensitivity is superior to any product on market because reel seat itself is like resonance box. One on show would be fresh water - inshore seats fits reels like Stella 4-6 k, Penn 3500-4500 VS 100-150, ZB, Daiwa 3000. Heavy Duty 3 layers coming soon it will take anything from 3000 Daiwa to 14K Stella VS 200-275 Daiwa 5500 and more. Easy installation. Let me know after show what you think. Few weeks from now I going have few surf rod build and send it to my friends on NE

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Yes it does change angle of reel I made in mind for reels like Stella or VS where foot is parallel to spool shaft.

I'm one of designers and we make them for custom orders.

Yes in case you break blank can be removed isn't easy process but possible

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Like u guys can see two rods above looks different.

Left one is designed for plugs or live bait

Right more for jigging or any techniques where u need keep tip of rod up

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I start distribution as soon as we done with bigger size taking VS 200-275 Stella 8-14 and Daiwa 4500-5500 and Penn 5000-8000

Please give Us few weeks.

All seats R custom hand made and take us almost 2 days to make one from scratch

One man can only make two a day!

We had to redesign reel foot slot because VS and ZB foot :-)

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Let me re-phrase my question.   How is the reel held to the seat?  From the pictures it looks as if the seat is built around the reel foot.......but that would preclude removing the reel from the rod which seems impractical.   

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Yes U can change reel like any other seats on market. We have two different sizes already and working on biggest one now (18-20k and 6000-8000 Daiwa) going to cover blanks from 6 mm to 20 mm 1/4 to almost 3/4 inch

We pressed out as much epoxy as possible to expose carbon texture what in real life gives you no slippery surface

Lock mechanism is made with two springs coming from petroleum machines working in acid so we talking about the strongest springs You can get before installing we tested every single spring in machine for manufacturing defects to make sure we install Non deflected spring.

Just lock take us almost 24 h to completed

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I fondled these today at SurfDay. They are really light. You won't need or be able to use arbors to mount the seat. You are going to have to use a caliper or a micrometer to measure the blank exactly where you want it to end up.

 

I'm not sure the couple I saw would fit anything bigger than a VS200 foot. But apparently they can be customized.

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Exactly Phill You are 100% right about installing. We have bigger one for VS 200-275 coming next couple weeks. If you drill holes to closest blank size,you don't have to use glue we know that as fact because few inshore rod I have never fails, is same scenario when u bend shaft and trying remove any ring with close diameter

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