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Old 12-02-2011, 03:02 PM
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Default Re: The new Hardy's

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Originally Posted by sweetandsalt View Post
Regarding the above comparison to the Waterworks reels: True, they are both modern light weight skeleton designs but the principal diffrences are in the drag design and the all-important aspect ratio. The Hardy has a sealed multi-disc array while the Waterworks has a non-sealed brace of nestled cones and the Hardy is narrow for uniform and intuitive line retreaval while the Waterworks is wide and shallow requiring attention be paid to avoid uneven line build-up. I do believe the Hardy designers looked carefully at the competion and strove to improve the performance envelop rather than just have a new price point product.
i was merely comparing the design similarities between the two.

---------- Post added at 03:02 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:57 PM ----------

good point on the spool design of the hardys.
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