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First Look at The Cedros CJ4000H Reel Just Released!

PostPosted: 27 Oct 2021, 18:40
by Scuba Chris
Cedros 4000 NEW Generation Spinning Reel! Compare The Stats & Price!

In 2020 i reviewed the Cedros 8K, 10K & 14K. Unfortunately Covid delayed the release of the 4K & 6K in 2020. This is the 1st look at the 4K on YouTube. Basically it's like the other 3 releases in a smaller package. These are the listed basic stats-

Bearings: 6bb+1rb.
Weight: 13.4oz/380g.
Braid Capacity: 230yd/30lb, 190yd/40lb. (Higher than most comparable quality 4K units).
Gear Ratio: 5.8:1.
Mono Capacity: 280yd/8lb(0.26), 230yd/10lb(0.29), 190yd/12lb(0.31). (Higher than most comparable quality 4K units).
Line Retrieve: 35.4in.
Max Drag: 33lbs. (Extremely higher than most much higher priced 4K units out).

Currently there are 5 models. 4K/6K/8K/10K/14K. The 4K & 6K has a max drag of 33lb while the other 3 are rated at 44lb. Designed for salt water. All the basic features are shared between the 5 models. What the 4K has that isn't listed on the website is a CFR "Cyclonic Flow Rotor" design. This feature helps to inhibit moisture intrusion into the reel.

Basic Built-in Features:
DFD: Precision Dual Force Drag system
Multi-disc drag adjustment for more precise settings
Rigid and corrosion resistant Mag/Aluminum alloy construction
CRC: Corrosion resistant coating process
6HPB + 1RB corrosion resistant stainless steel bearings
Dual anti-reverse: Quick-Set and ratchet system
Manual bail trip function for ultimate reliability
HDGII: Corrosion resistant, High density gearing
Hydro Block water tight drag seal
Precision machine cut brass pinion gear
Machined aluminum, 2-tone anodized spool
Machined aluminum, screw-in handle arm
Cedros spinning reels are backed by a 1-year limited warranty