Penn Battle Spinning Reel | J&H Tackle





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Published on Mar 11, 2011

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The Penn Battle Spinning Reel Series is an upgrade to the popular Penn Sargus. The Battle features the same all metal body with an upgraded drag system and a braid ready spool. Reels are available from a 2000 size all the way up to an 8000. They are priced around $100 each.

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Comments • 57

Abdullah Al-Azmi
Oh lord many of these old videos are full of bullshit comments. Made in China doesn't mean it's bad it just means it's cheaper -.-
Send it back to Penn.
Don't get me wrong, the battle is a great reel. However, after a couple times of fishing with the battle 4000 the bail trip was not as secure as they say it is. Now i have to be careful when i cast 1 oz weights with this reel so i don't have the bail close on me a snap my line. the line even snaps when i am using 20 lb braid and tying with a uni knot. still,i think it is a great reel.
7000. More line capacity.
6000 or 7000 for Sturgeon with 80lb braid
Definitely the new Spinfishers.
Jonathan .N
exactly! There are many things High Quality coming out of china. It's like saying an Irish man can't make a better hammer than a Chinese man can or vice versa. 
Quality has nothing to do with the country of origin. it has to do with the manufacturer. If you think Penn reels aren't built well, then blame Penn, not China. 
You have no basis for saying that. Also, just dismissing the quality of electronics built in China is silly. Quality is what the manufacturer wants. If you take a knife for example. You can make the same exact knife for $2 or $20. It depends what quality you want to put into it. The same can be said for reels made in China.
So you think multimillion dollar companies just tell chinese factories to make their products with no quality control? Where are all the iphones and ipads made? You think Apple just tells china to make these devices without quality control?
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