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Daiwa Certate spinning Reel

November 15, 2019
Daiwa Certate spinning Reel

Daiwa Certates have been one of our favourite reels over the years. Smooth running, well sealed and extremely reliable under harsh conditions, the new Certate looks to be another brilliant offering. Here's the latest information from Daiwa...

In 2004 we introduced the Real Four Concept in the original Certate – Real engine, Real control, Real endurance, Real custom, setting the new standard in spinning reel design and innovation. Since then, Certate has continually evolved and developed through several incarnations to become the Worlds most advanced spinning reel. Certate’s history is epoch making – a revolutionary progress.

The new revolution begins with 16 Certate.


The new 2016 Certate introduces innovations and unparalleled designs, with the combination of Monocoque, Magseal, Magseal Bearings, Air Rotor, ATD and Zaion, making it Daiwa’s most sensitive and powerful technically advanced reel ever developed. You will feel more connected to lures, detect more bites and fight fish with ease….with Certate it is Technology to Feel.


The first thing you notice when you pick up the 16 Certate is its solid feel. The machined super alloy body and Zaion rotor is incredibly strong yet lightweight. Its precision engineering supports the re-vamped high accuracy Digigear II drive and silent oscillation system to produce smoother rotary efficiency and increased cranking power like never before. Combine this with Magsealed and Magsealed Bearings and the 16 Certate is the smoothest, most powerful reel Daiwa has ever released.


Employing Daiwa’s ultimate reel technology – Magsealed, Magsealed Bearings, Magsealed Line Roller, ATD, Zaion, Airbail (one piece construction), Digigear II and an all new Air Rotor, each Certate is individually constructed and made with the highest quality materials available. Designed for the serious angler, the 2016 Certate sets the standard for the ultimate and future in spinning reel technology. . Monocoque body (HD models) . Mag seal . Mag sealed line roller . Magseal bearings . Airbail (one piece construction) . ABS II . Zaion air rotor . Rotor brake . Silent oscillation . Real stopper . Aluminium machine cut handle . ATD - Automatic Tournament Drag

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