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New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby gerrysfishing.com » 02 Dec 2011, 14:35

http://www.gerrysfishing.com/new-products/penn-surfblaster-8000-pre-order-3757-3804-8398.php

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The All new Penn Surfblaster 8000, With its extra long spool, super slow oscillation and amazing line lay it is set to be a long casting sensation.

Features -

8 ball bearing
4.2:1 retrieve
Capacity - main spool 340m x 0.40mm - braid spool 300m x 0.18mm
quick action drag
metal handle arm
anti twist roller
slim 'blade' style body
ambidextrous handle
saltwater resistant

See the website for further details.

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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby thegentlegiant » 02 Dec 2011, 14:45

I know personally Ill be getting this for myself, I've heard some great things about it.
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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby Kev P » 09 Dec 2011, 07:58

This reel looks n sounds the biz Sam, do we know what distances one should be able to manage casting with these?

I might have a look at this when I pop in and see Darren about the New bling looking Century rod range!


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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby thegentlegiant » 09 Dec 2011, 12:18

Not 100% sure, I know the reel was purposely built to achieve long distances, a review is defo needed though.

Not many online at all so if we can get on that before other forums, then brill.
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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby Kev P » 09 Dec 2011, 12:34

I'll review one for you mate!

you never know I might opt for one of these rather than a Penn mag or an Akios!



thegentlegiant wrote:Not 100% sure, I know the reel was purposely built to achieve long distances, a review is defo needed though.

Not many online at all so if we can get on that before other forums, then brill.


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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby thegentlegiant » 09 Dec 2011, 15:13

Kev P wrote:I'll review one for you mate!

you never know I might opt for one of these rather than a Penn mag or an Akios!



thegentlegiant wrote:Not 100% sure, I know the reel was purposely built to achieve long distances, a review is defo needed though.

Not many online at all so if we can get on that before other forums, then brill.


Speak with Daz ;)

I am gonna be treating myself to one in the new year along with a new rod to go with the reel :D
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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby Kev P » 09 Dec 2011, 15:44

I'm not a cheeky as you mate!

just wondered how they compare in distance to a mag reel!?


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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby Pugsie » 25 Jan 2012, 12:11

Love the look of this reel will be investing i'n one for my second rod :thumb:
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Re: New Product - Penn Surfblaster 8000

Postby Bill Bodger » 25 Jan 2012, 16:23

I hope its better built than the old Penn Surf master 850 I've got. It started dropping to bits, literally within a year and I'm not hard on my gear. I vowed I would never buy another Penn.

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