Daiwa Lexa Spinning Reels

Offering tournament caliber performance at a value conscious price, the Daiwa Lexa Spinning Reel is loaded with features and technologies. Its felt sealed waterproof body and Aluminum Alloy HardBodyz construction help extend its longevity, and its five bearing system (4BB+1RB) keeps things running smoothly for years to come. Also equipped with Daiwa’s Digigear Digital Gear System for increased power and durability, Daiwa’s Advanced Locomotive Levelwind System ensures even line lay and fewer tangles. Ideal for a range of light line and finesse techniques, the Daiwa Lexa Spinning Reel does it all.

Additional Features:

-Air Rotor Design
-Air Bail Protrusion Free Tubular Bail
-Infinite Anti Reverse
-Micro Click Front Drag
-ABS Aluminum Spool
-Twist Buster II
-Lifetime Bail Spring

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Model Retrieve Gear Ratio Weight Bearings Line Cap. (Test/Yd.) Stock Price Qty
LEXA1500SH Right/Left 6.0:1 8.8 4BB + 1RB 6/100, 8/80 In Stock: 3+ $119.95
LEXA2000SH Right/Left 6.0:1 9.2 4BB + 1RB 6/135, 8/110 In Stock: 3+ $119.95
LEXA2500SH Right/Left 6.0:1 9.9 4BB + 1RB 8/170, 10/140 In Stock: 3+ $119.95
LEXA3000SH Right/Left 6.2:1 10.8 4BB + 1RB 8/240, 10/200 In Stock: 3+ $119.95
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Customer Reviews

Comments: This reel has been working perfectly for me for almost two years now. I love it, that being sad the drag could be a little better. I have the 2500 size and love it. Use it for all sorts of different things, like trout, walleye, and bass fishing. Do yourself a favor and pick up one of these.

From: Harrison: MT 9/14/15

Comments: This is the first reel I bought when I got into bass fishing & I love it. I have the 2500 for finesse presentations and the 3000 for skipping docks and cover. They have both gotten a lot of use and still perform flawlessly. I keep them clean and lubricated and added a bearing to the drag and line roller on both and that increased their smoothness dramatically. These things pull an insane amount of line in, too, especially the 3000 model, so if you want something with which to burn buzzbaits or vibes, this is it. They also have more drag than you'll ever even hope to use, so think beyond finesse and you wont want to put it down.

From: Tony: Yukon, OK 7/11/15

Comments: The reel is very smooth winding however, the drag is nowhere near smooth. I don't know if I got a bad one but the drag on my $60 Shimano is better than this reel's and it's not even close when talking about my Pfluger Supreme. Anytime I have a decent fish, I have to open up the drag a lot, just to be safe. It hasn't cost me any fish YET, but I feel it may just be a matter of time.

From: Andrew: Northern, NJ 12/10/14

Comments: This reel is smooth, and sensitive. I own two of these, and will buy another. The guy complaining about the bail failing is due to him closing the bail using the handle instead of closing it manually with his hand. You should ALWAYS use your hand to manually close the bail.

From: D. Wise: Los Angeles, CA 5/25/14

Comments: Sorry, but you shouldn't close any spinning reel bail; but turning the handle.  That isn't good for ANY brand spinning reel.  Your reels will last much longer if you close the bail by hand and your line will also lay better on the spool.

From: Joe: Dixie

Comments: This is my second one in the past month and both had failure in the bail. After a full day of fishing on the river on both when I would cast and turn over the bail by turning the reel handle the bail would flip to the middle just above where you adjust the drag and never completely click over. I'm a big Daiwa guy and always have been, but they missed the mark with this one. I agree that the reel is super smooth. But, there is no reason for a reel and company of this magnitude to drop the ball on a simple bail problem! 

From: B: TN

Comments: Amazing reel for the price, its light and has a really smooth drag. I own the 2000 and its paired with a samurai 203, its mad. Well done daiwa

From: Joel: Australia

Comments: Don't hesitate  buy this one. Very smooth reel with a good drag. Mount it on a "13" rod and enjoy.

From: Scott: Shelbyville, IN

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