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22 Tatula TW 80XHL

22 Tatula TW 80XHL

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Toughness & Compact! Introducing a compact body #80 size equipped with ``HYPERDRIVE DESIGN'' in the TATULA series.
Equipped with ``HYPERDRIVE DESIGN'', a design philosophy that aims to maintain high initial performance for a long time.
The smallest and lightest model in TATULA history, 180g. Inheriting the tough concept and high basic performance that are the core of the TATULA series. Aluminum is used for the frame and gear side plate to achieve a tougher housing specification. Contributes to improved rotational performance and durability.
Equipped with Φ32mm MAGFORCE-Z high strength aluminum spool. Due to the relationship between brake characteristics, spool characteristics, and line capacity, it matches lures of about 5g to 20g, and the long-distance casting performance of 10g to 15g hard baits and shooting rigs, which are often used in Okappari, is excellent. New standard.
Specification details
Equipped with MAGFORCE-Z brake. While maintaining the magnetic structure of MagForce, the induct rotor operates smoothly according to the rotation speed of the spool, making it possible to strengthen the brake in the first half of the cast and weaken it in the second half, resulting in a stretchy cast feel. It will be done. A brake mechanism with a proven track record that is easy to adjust braking force and strong against external environments.
Equipped with Φ32mm (width 21mm) MAGFORCE-Z high strength aluminum spool. Ideal for lures of 5g to 20g due to brake characteristics and spool characteristics. In addition, the long-distance casting performance of hard plugs of around 10g to 15g, which are often used in Okappari fishing, is excellent.
Equipped with 85mm aluminum crank handle.
Equipped with a handle knob = high grip I type light knob. Contributes to comfortable winding.
Next-generation double-axis bait reel technology HYPERDRIVE design

A newly designed gear system for the bait (double shaft) reel that pursues continuous strong and smooth rotation. DAIWA's unique technology has achieved an increased engagement rate without reducing the module (size) of the gear teeth, which is directly linked to durability, and has achieved long-lasting initial smoothness.
A housing system that firmly supports the internal structure with high rigidity and precision, producing precise winding comfort and power. The use of metal material for the frame is a necessary condition, and in combination with side plates and set plates, it is possible to continue demonstrating basic performance for an even longer period of time.
TATULA TW 80 uses AL for the frame and gear side side plates, achieving tough housing specifications.
The clutch system not only has sharp on/off performance that continues to slide thousands or tens of thousands of times, but also has extremely low trouble even in seawater with high salt concentration. Boasts a cutting-edge insulation structure that has already achieved a 99% reduction in the number of stuck repairs in harsh salt conditions compared to our own products.
TWS [T-Wing System]
■TWS [T-Wing System]
TWS greatly reduces the resistance at the line guide closest to the spool, where the spool rotational speed is highest, and promises comfortable fishing with less backlash.It flies well, improves controllability, falls quickly, and reduces backlash. There are few. TWS improves all basic performance of bait reel.
It eliminates the initial biting when the drag starts to work, achieves a smooth stick (unevenness), and has the maximum drag force that becomes more effective the more you tighten it.
■Zero adjuster
First, by adjusting the "zero adjuster" and setting the "spool play zero", it is now possible to control all lures with only the mag dial due to the evolution of the magnetic brake.

The "Zero Adjuster" is a mechanism that allows you to enjoy fishing comfortably without any malfunctions during fishing by adjusting to the "zero setting" before starting fishing.
*“Zero spool play” setting is the setting that is at the limit of not pushing the spool while leaving a slight play (about 0.2 mm).
PRO STAFF impression
[TATULA's smallest and lightest model in history, equipped with HYPERDRIVE DESIGN]
 TATULA, which is popular in America, the homeland of bass fishing and the home of power fishing, has added the smallest and lightest model in the series, TATULA TW 80. The compact body that implements HYPERDRIVE DESIGN has a strength that belies its size, and combined with ample line capacity, it can easily handle power fishing.
 The spool is a φ32mm narrow type with excellent rotational response, and has a deep groove to suit the purpose of this reel. By controlling it with MAGFORCE-Z, it is possible to freely cast around 3/8oz, which is the main weight of bass lures, regardless of the distance.
  What turned out to be a happy miscalculation was that its suitability for lightweight lures exceeded the development team's expectations. The Yamashita brothers, Kazuya and Naoki, and Masahide Nakagawa were able to easily cast the finesse worm down shot and Nekorig. The opinions of all three people are in agreement.
``While it is difficult to compare it with AIR and CT SV machines in terms of its suitability for lightweight lures, it is capable of casting and pitching well.Considering its wide range of uses, compact size, and abundant line capacity, I am actively considering this reel. There are always situations where you have to choose. The easiest one to understand is land. It's definitely convenient." The Yamashita brothers say, ``There will definitely be opportunities to use it in the JB tournament.''
  Takayuki Koike had an interesting reaction when he first met TATULA TW 80.
"I was shocked when I was handed the prototype. Then, after using it, I was convinced. This is the exact reel I wanted. Actually, I was planning to convey to DAIWA a request that had arisen while using a CT SV machine in the United States. However, Before I could even tell him about it, it was already ready (lol).I really liked it.''
 Koike uses medium-heavy lures for short-to-medium distance combat. "Even among American players with big hands, DAIWA's compact reel is highly praised. Being able to hold it small makes fishing easier, and if you can palm it properly, it's easier to land a powerful hook."
  Based on the performance of the TATULA TW 80, many professional staff in Japan and the United States unanimously said the following.
"With HYPERDRIVE DESIGN, this castability, and this price, it's too much. DAIWA has created the strongest rival of DAIWA reel by itself."
[TATULA TW 80 will be my main machine in the future Takayuki Koike]
  I was really going to suggest that you make this reel with these specs. The spool is a 32mm diameter CT SV-like groove depth, and is a tough machine from HYPERDRIVE DESIGN. Then he said, ``This is a new prototype for 2022, so please test it.'' I was surprised. And it's as good as I expected!
  For short and medium distance fishing, both shooting and reeling, TATULA TW 80 will be my main reel from now on. I use TATULA TW 100 when I want to wrap more thick line or when I mainly fish from medium to long distances, and TATULA SV TW 100 for lures mainly used for long casts.
[Small and lightweight, so you won't feel any discomfort when using it with other reels from other series Kazuya Yamashita] The
 biggest difference from previous TATULA is the reel. HYPERDRIVE DESIGN is working. The rolls are so smooth that you can tell the difference just by rolling them.
 And it's practical. It's compact and lightweight (180g), so you won't feel any discomfort when you mix it with STEEZ, ZILLION, or ALPHAS. The cast feel is also stretchy. Since the brakes are MAGFORCE-Z, I thought it would be a little peaky, but since the spool diameter is φ32mm, it actually feels safer. Speaking of φ32mm narrow, there is also ALPHAS, but it is an ant to use these two machines depending on the purpose and line capacity. If you use TATULA TW 80 for power and ALPHAS for light, you won't feel any discomfort when switching hands. Improves the accuracy of actions such as throwing, manipulating, and hanging.
[Reel Naoki Yamashita that is necessary for competitions]
 I would like to use TATULA TW 80 for "close-range shooting fishing" in competitions (JB TOP50). Especially in situations where the cover is dark and thick lines are used. Reels with a large line capacity tend to be lumpy. But in this case, I don't want to cast it too far. Compact fishing will be easier if you can store as much thick line as you need for cover shooting and have the toughness to balance with heavy-duty hooks and rods. If you look at the DAIWA reel lineup from that perspective, the TATULA TW 80 is a reel that is necessary for matches. I think this is the best way to use the "tough machine" TATULA, but the TATULA TW 80 can handle even light lures to a certain extent. It's actually a pretty high-level "anything reel".
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Tatula TW 80
Product name gear
Winding length
(cm/1 rotation of handle)
Own weight
drag force
Spool dimensions
(diameter mm/width mm)
Standard winding amount
price (yen)
JAN code
80 6.3 63 180 4.5 32/21 12-100
85 7/1 23,000 4550133066504
80L 6.3 63 180 4.5 32/21 12-100
85 7/1 23,000 4550133066511
80H 7.1 71 180 4.5 32/21 12-100
85 7/1 23,000 4550133066528
80HL 7.1 71 180 4.5 32/21 12-100
85 7/1 23,000 4550133066535
80XH 8.1 81 180 4.5 32/21 12-100
85 7/1 23,000 4550133066542
80XHL 8.1 81 180 4.5 32/21 12-100
85 7/1 23,000 4550133066559
■The winding length is the length per one rotation of the handle.
■The amount of winding thread is a guideline and varies depending on the manufacturer, item, and tension.
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