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Red Daiwa Tatula Type-R

Daiwa has launched a very limited production of Tatula Type-Rs in a stunning red colour especially for the Thailand market. The red Tatula Type-R retains all the features of the US Tatula Type-R with the exception of some very slight cosmetic changes. The reel’s red sideplates go very well with a black main frame featuring the cool Tatula trademark spider logo in silver. It also features Daiwa’s I-knobs on the 90mm swept handles as compared to the standard paddle knobs found on the US models.

Additionally, standard US Tatula Type-Rs only come in 6.3 and 8.1 retrieve ratios. The red Tatula Type-R is available in 6.3 and 7.3 retrieve ratios, taking in 67cm and 77cm of line per crank respectively.

Tatula Type R Red

The Daiwa Tatula Type R Red, produced specially for the Thailand market

FEATURES

  • T-Wing System
  • Air Rotation
  • Rugged, lightweight aluminium frame and sideplate (gear side)
  • Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag (UTD) giving 6kg of drag
  • MagForce Z Cast Control
  • 8 Bearing System
  • Infinite Anti-reverse
  • Corrosion resistant clutch mechanism
  • Large 90mm swept power handle with cut-outs for reduced weight

TATULA TYPE-R RED SPECIFICATIONS

Model Handle Weight Line Retrieval Ratio Max Drag Line Cap.(lb/m) Bearings
TATULA TYPE-R 100H (RED) RIGHT 215g 67cm 6.3 6kg 12-135, 14-110, 16-90 7+1
(2 CRBB)
TATULA TYPE-R 100HL (RED) LEFT 215g 67cm 6.3 6kg 12-135, 14-110, 16-90 7+1
(2 CRBB)
TATULA TYPE-R 100SH (RED) RIGHT 215g 77cm 7.3 6kg 12-135, 14-110, 16-90 7+1
(2 CRBB)
TATULA TYPE-R 100SHL (RED) LEFT 215g 77cm 7.3 6kg 12-135, 14-110, 16-90 7+1
(2 CRBB)

 

Tatula Type R Red

Daiwa’s T-Wing System

Tatula Type R Red

Tatula Type R Red

Super lightweight A7075 aluminium spool

Tatula Type R Red

Zaion Star Drag

Tatula Type R Red

The very cool-looking Tatula spider logo

Tatula Type R Red

The Red Tatula Type-R features I-knobs

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