Daiwa has updated its Fuego with a brand new and sophisticated design that includes new core materials and modern styling features while the previous generation Fuego used a magnesium frame. But now the new Daiwa Fuego Spinning Reel is made of Zaion. Daiwa has its own super carbon material that first deported over a Zillion rod sets.
Table of Contents
- 1 Impression
- 2 Performance
- 3 Test Result
- 4 Review
- 5 Possibilities/Limitations
- 6 Conclusion
Daiwa and Shimano both used the same direction when introducing their spinning reel. They both used magnesium but now use modern carbon compounds. Even though some of us might think that the new materials actually enable lower costs to be achieved when building. They are corrosion-resistant as opposed to magnesium reels. The use of these new compounds has some advantages which we cannot deny. It is designed to provide better strength in terms of weight and compound ratio. Fuego Spinning Reel uses seven bearings(4CRB,2BB,1RB) in the previous generation.
More than one CRBB bearing has been used, except for its smallest size reel Daiwa Fuego 1000, all other reels come with a 4.8:1 gear ratio. The smallest reel ratio is 4.7:1 and each reel of this Daiwa Fuego comes with an identical aluminum spare spool which is a nice plus these days. For high-end reels, only midrange reels come with the same spool while value reels still come with downspeck spools and do not come with high-end reels.
From a styling perspective, the new Daiwa Fuego spinning reel is definitely lighter than its predecessor, which was painted red entirely, it was clearly intended to communicate a fire-themed message, but the new version takes it a step further in its subdued appearance. Fuego reel is best for fishing.
This reel performance is so good. This reel explanation is below it.
With the Fuego Fishing Reel 6lb, even the smallest and lightest lure can be cast. The ABS’s function is to catch the mechanical spool line and let it go out of the big and permanent loops.
Daiwa Fuego spinning reel swears by the Steez spinning reel because of its ultra-refined feel, but it could be argued. The Daiwa Fuego-A Spinning Reel is the next best reel in the American lineup. The Fuego is a very smooth rail and it is not free from the friction of steel but when compared to other competitive rails and this reel feels shiny and smooth. The Digi gear design in this reel meshes the gearing well and the reel feels smooth while the newer brand reels use oil and grease to make it feel smooth during cranking. Which makes it feel sticky.
The reel is able to carry the Crank Fuego-A 2000 fish in your boat with a handle in a 25-inch line. Easy to catch freely. It is so beautiful and lights that it is easy to catch the whole Mbo freely. If you plan to do finesse fishing with this reel, I definitely recommend fluorocarbon or braided lines with a top shot since you will be able to detect strikes more easily. Fuego remained smooth even when submerged during stress tests. CRBB and standard bearings lasted well over an extended period of time. Despite some early concerns that the reel might exhibit some degree of flex like graphite-based reels more affordable, the Zaion proved to be rigid enough to hold the Digigear master gearing in perfect alignment.
The drag of this Daiwa Fuego Spinning Reel makes the fish tired. I prefer this reel over the rotating reels because I use the rotating reels for a better application. Daiwa drags haven’t always been the beefiest, but they’ve always been reliable, and the Fuego is no exception. Our lab test result was 8.3 pounds for the Fuego 2000. The drag force was .5 pounds. While you don’t need this system to fish, it can be very useful for washing your gear afterward.
You will see that Daiwa Fuego Spinning Reel is made of metal but this reel is made of aluminum. In addition to the frame, the entire reel, including the side plate and rotor, is constructed of Zaion. Zaion casting has a similar appearance to aluminum and feels like it as well. While there was some scratching, unlike with magnesium, scratching did not increase corrosion hazards.
The Daiwa Fuego Spinning Reel was already the best in terms of ergonomics, but when it comes to the Fuego, it is even better. The 2000 size reel really had a weight of 7:90Z and it was mounted on the magnesium and the first weight bars were used in this reel.
To test the Fuego Spinning Daiwa, I attached the reel to the steering spinning rod on which I tested the previous Fuego reel steez. For finesse fishing use lighter4 to 6lb lines, such as drop shot and shaky head. And fished both the Lake Pardee and Clear Lake waters for fish.
The following matrix has been re-calibrated for 2008, and a key has been included at the bottom as a guide): Reviews of Daiwa
Although I was initially skeptical about the use of Zaion in the construction of the Fuego-A, the results of the tests gave me a great deal of confidence in the reel’s construction by the end of the tests.
Having a reel that is so light, it is perfect for drop shot and shaky head fishing, being great for finesse fishing and very versatile.
Compared to the previous version, Fuego offers more features, but the Stradic CI4 is also more affordable.
The aluminum construction is corrosion-resistant while still being lightweight. As well as the washable design, the spare aluminum spool is a nice addition.
Suitable for all-day fishing. Compared to the original Fuego reel, the Fuego-A is lighter and more smooth.
Fishing reels come in a variety of sizes that allow anglers to pick a reel that works in both fresh and saltwater.
Zarion construction resists corrosion better than magnesium.
A lighter overall design than previous versions.
A major improvement over previous versions is the internal bail trip.
A washable design with a tight-fitting mechanism.
Comes with an identical spare aluminum spool.
More expensive than previous versions and competitors.
Smooth drag, but less powerful than competitors.
There is little difference between both reels when it comes to overall weight and performance. The Daiwa Fuego Spinning Reel is a standard spinning reel from Daiwa. If consumers are going to choose, they will probably go with the manufacturer they’ve been using. Even though the competition tries, it just can’t put out the fire that is the Daiwa Fuego. New Reel Micro Spinning Reel