Reel in a big one with the Daiwa Opus® Bite N' Run Spinning Reel Convertible, which features an Advanced Ballistic System (ABS) spool with a maximized core diameter and reversed taper and Twist Buster® technology to help reduce and prevent line twists and tangles. Four stainless-steel ball bearings plus 1 roller bearing with instant antireverse ensure smooth movement, while the automatic Bite N' Run clutch lets you instantly set the hook with a turn of the handle. Heavy. 26.8 oz. (OP4500BRi); 26.1 oz. (OP5500BRi)
Features and Benefits
4 stainless-steel ball bearings plus 1 roller bearing with infinite antireverse ensure smooth performance
4.6:1 gear ratio provides steady retrieves
Smooth main drag with front adjustment plus a rear preset adjustment allow up to 33 lb. of drag
ABS spool with a maximized core diameter and reversed taper for 100% usable line
Automatic Bite N' Run clutch lets you instantly set the hook with a turn of the handle and gives the maximum preselected drag tension
Rated 1 out of
Poor ConstructionI bought this real in the 5500 size. The hilt is flimsy and the reel moves way to much while being reeled. I used this reel on the beach once, I caught a plastic bag on my leader and the reel gears kept slipping while reeling that little bit of weight in. I do not recommend this reel, I do understand that its not a really high priced reel but for $70 I would expect more.
Date published: 2015-09-07
Rated 5 out of
Great customer service!We got the Daiwa reel as a Christmas gift and it broke on the 1st attempt to use it. Terrance was outstanding in helping get a new one shipped to my home. He provided excellent customer service without hesitation.
what is the difference in the 40 & 50 reel size?
Asked by: bboy57
In regards to the Daiwa Opus® Bite N' Run Spinning Reel Convertible, the 40 reel has a line capacity of 360 yards/12 lb., 290 yards/14 lb., 220 yards/17 lb., while the 50 reel has a line capacity of 290 yards/20 lb., 230 yards/25 lb., 190 yards/30 lb.