The Daiwa TD Sol reputation continues to grow with the release of the new TD Sol MQ.
A fan favourite for over a decade, the newest reel to carry the famous Sol name has received the monocoque body treatment to elevate it to a new level of design, performance and strength.
The orange Sol has never looked or performed so good, with its new monocoque-body technology delivering all the benefits that anglers have enjoyed in higher-end reels, such as Exist, Certate and Saltiga.
MQ is the single biggest revolution in spinning reel design from Daiwa – eliminating the traditional two-piece body construction.
MQ design allows the use of larger internal gearing and eliminates the use of side plates – features a screwless body design, eliminating potential entry points for water and grime, and significantly enhancing overall body strength and rigidity.
Partnering the TD Sol’s new design is a new body material with Daiwa’s high carbon composite Zaion V material, resulting in a reel body that is incredibly strong, rigid and impervious to corrosion from harsh saltwater angling environments.
Rotor and bail arm design take a leap forward as well with a Zaion air rotor and seamless one-piece air bail construction, usually reserved for reels such as Exist and Certate, elevating TD Sol strength and performance.
The TD Sol MQ’s roll call of features doesn’t end there, with Magseal body and line roller, Tough Digigear, Longcast ABS spool, ATD, CRBB, Finesse Drag and Twistbuster II – combining to make the new TD Sol MQ the most advanced and performance-focussed Sol ever.
If you’re looking for a feature-packed small spinning reel capable of tussling with a host of fresh and saltwater predators, look no further than the eye-catching Daiwa TD Sol MQ.