Daiwa Lexa-HD Reel Review

By John Andrews | Fishing Reel Reviews

Daiwa Lexa-HD Reel

Daiwa Lexa HD 1

Rating: 5.0/5

Gear Ratio

Weight

Price

PROS

- It is fast and efficient.

- It doesn't give in to backlashes.

- Casting performance is unmatched.

CONS

- The reel is pretty noisy even though it is a top notch reel in every other aspect.

- The price may be restrictive for people with a tight budget.

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Daiwa Reels Comparison

penn-torque
  • Daiwa Tatula Baitcasting R100XS
  • 8.1:1 gear ratio
  • Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag UTD
  • 8 bearing system
  • T-Wing system
penn-torque
  • Daiwa Crossfire Front Drag
  • 3 ball bearings plus one roller bearing
  • Gyro-Spin balanced rotor
  • Twist Buster line twist reduction
  • 4.9:1 or 5.3:1 gear ratio
penn-torque
  • Daiwa DF100A Giant
  • Suitable for freshwater or saltwater use
  • Smooth, multi-disc drag
  • Fully anodized for corrosion resistance
  • Stainless steel ball bearings
penn-torque
  • Daiwa Goldcast Spincast Reel
  • Oscillating spool
  • Rugged and durable metal body
  • 4.1:1 gear ratio
  • Rotating Tungsten line pickup
penn-torque
  • Daiwa Opus Saltwater
  • 4.6:1 gear ratio
  • 39.1” line retrieval
  • One ball bearing and one roller bearing
  • Smooth multi-disc drag

Intro

Daiwa is back again with a low profile LEXA 300, which has an extra casting capability. The reel can be cast 50 to 60 yards. It is a tool that anglers bent on taking an extreme inshore action should have.

Daiwa Lexa HD 2

It is tough and offer extra capacity for heavy lines and will certainly yield the desired results if the right casting technique is employed. This reel was designed for anglers looking for a big and bold reel that can deal a big blow to any fish irrespective of the size. The reel comes with a new aluminum open frame, which gives the angler a chance to take the battle to any fish at any time

Main Usage

The low profile LEXA- HD is a heavy duty tool with a huge 6corrosion resistant ball bearing and is available in 8.1:1 and 7.1:1 ratios. Also, the reel comes with a handle knobs that come in handy, when the angler come face to face with a powerful adversary.

Daiwa Lexa HD 3

The UTD carbon drag gives a powerful fish stopping ability and gives the angler a wide adjustment range to choose from. It has a strong stainless steel pinion gears and drives, which makes it one of the most sought after reel by experienced anglers who want to take their careers to a higher level.

Product Features

Stainless Steel Drive Gear & Pinion Gear:

The reel comes with a rock solid stainless steel aluminum frame and great side plates that provide an impenetrable housing for the drive and pinion gears. The 7.1:1 gear ratio is thought to be high enough to give anglers the speed they require to make a fast retrieve.

It also protects the angler especially when he makes a big catch, and the fish takes a dash towards him. This reel allows the angler to gain control of the slack when the need arises. The LEXA- HD is a heavy duty reel that gives an angler a choice between low and high speed.

Infinite Anti-Reverse:

Daiwa Lexa-HD delivers a high level of cranking control thanks to dual stopper technology and infinite anti-reverse that gives the reel precision and enough control. The dual stopper and Infinite anti-reverse work together to eliminate any possible back play and makes the reel to work flawlessly.

Thus, it is one of the most refined low profile reel available on the market. Also, it is a heavy duty reel, and the best weapon anglers need to get any job done.

The anti-reverse feature makes it difficult for the handle to turn backward when the line is pulled from the reel. Thus, it gives the angler an option of engaging the drag or back reeling when the war between him and the fish intensifies.

Daiwa Lexa HD 4

Extra Line Capacity:

The Daiwa Lexa-HD Is a heavy drag with an extra line capacity that gives the angler the room he needs to load the powerhouse with a fishing line of his choice. However, the angler needs to follow the guidelines printed on the package regarding the most appropriate fishing line the low profile LEXA 300 can hold.

Daiwa Lexa HD 5

The Daiwa Lexa-HD Is a heavy drag with an extra line capacity that gives the angler the room he needs to load the powerhouse with a fishing line of his choice. However, the angler needs to follow the guidelines printed on the package regarding the most appropriate fishing line the low profile LEXA 300 can hold.

Ultimate Tournament carbon drag:

The drag system consists of impregnated drag discs, which are designed to last 30 more times than any other normal disc and gives the Daiwa Lexa-HD the extra power it needs to perform its tasks flawlessly.

The start-up resistance is greatly reduced in this system, and the drag will launch itself as soon as the adjusted drag power is reached. After that, a steady and a smooth drag will follow.

Conclusion:

If you are an angler and you are interested in a reel that can handle anything, and which will not let you down, the Low profile Daiwa Lexa-HD is, obviously, something you should consider. It is an all-purpose reel that could take the war to the large freshwater and lighter saltwater baits.

Gone are the days when anglers had to buy a reel and take it home for testing. The Daiwa Lexa-HD 300 has been tested and guarantees you results on the first day you cast it.

It does not matter whether you are an experienced angler or a novice. Try this reel and move your fishing hobby to unprecedented levels.

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John is the wisest member of our team since he's the oldest person here. He has gathered lots of tips and tricks throughout his 35-year angling career. His love for angling has led him to join our team because he wants to share his wisdom with others. Back in the day, he had to visit locations around the country and speak to many anglers to get more information about angling and now he wants to share it online. He doesn't fish as much as he used to, but his passion for angling is ever present.

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