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Carretilha Shimano Calais 200asv (direit)

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    With very     different approaches to ultimate baitcasting design both reels are     incredibly detailed in design

    The Calais is a reel of substance and feels solid in your hand, while the TD-Z  is incredibly light. You can tell just by looking at both reels that they are  premium. Both use the highest quality metals, no cheap plastic here....every  component on both these reels is polished, machined, and coated for fluid  movement and durability down to the very guts.
    The Comparison:
    Observations and setup:
    This is by far the longest field test the  team has ever conducted on a pair of reels. The field and lab tests that went  into this shootout included a week of lab tests, extensive field testing, and  over 2 months of fishing in various conditions. We paired both reels with  a GLoomis single piece 6'6" GLX rod (MBR783C), and 12lb Trilene Big Game for  all our field  tests.  

    (left) the     TD-Z aluminum-ceramic floating spool, (right) the Calais standard spool and     VBS

    The Spools: The difference in these reels starts in the heart of  the reel..the spool. Shimano has two different spools that actually can be  interchanged if you order the other. One is the standard spool that has a high  capacity, and the other is a magnesium spool, both connect to gearing via an  axle. The TD-Z has a innovative aluminum ceramic spool that is feather light.  The TD-Z spool is a free floating spool that physically disconnects from the gearing  on casts.  

    Accessing     the spool on both reels requires opening the left side plate, the TD-Z's     side plate completely separates while the Calais's side plate rotates open

     

    The Shimano spool is slightly more reliable as the  gearing instantly sets into the spool, and the aluminum on axle design is  stronger. The Daiwa on the other hand is lighter, loads quicker on casts, and is  the more advanced system.

    The Frames: Both frames are completely made of  metal. The Shimano Calais is finished to be very shiny, while the Daiwa TD-Z has  a matte finish due to the choice to use magnesium. In our tests the Calais  was the more rigid reel, and the TD-Z offered more feel to the angler. The TD-Z  has a very compact frame in comparison to the longer more artistically rendered  Calais. In the design of the frames Shimano chose to emphasize design and  durability, the Calais is a sturdy reel that resists damage well. Daiwa on the  other hand went for weight and functionality. The TD-Z features the lightest  frame on the market. The only tradeoff for the incredible weight is the  inability to use the TD-Z in brackish water as saltwater is corrosive to  magnesium. This is true of the magnesium spooled versions of the Calais as well.

     

    One thing we liked about the Calais frame was the access sideplate that pivots  away but remains attached. The TD-Z requires anglers to remove the plate  completely when accessing the spool. However the need to remove the sideplate on  the TD-Z is much lower than the Calais because all cast controls are on the  outside.  

    The TD-Z     frame is ultra-light and functional while the Calais is durable and     artistically attractive

    Casting and cast control: The Calais uses the same VBS system as  their other baitcasting reels which provides consistent and reliable casting  control every time. While the VBS is proven effective big points go to the TD-Z  on this one for the implementation of Magforce-V. We are not always fans of cast  control but the TD-Z does it right. The adjustments of the control can not only  be made from the outside but can be adjusted in very fine increments on the fly.  The Magforce effectively retracts resistance from the floating spool on casts  and re-applies magnetic resistance as the spool slows, the result is a longer  cast.

     

    Both reels are incredibly accurate on the cast. We  were able to cast the TD-Z slightly longer than the Calais due to cast control  and the method in which line exits the line guide and reel face. Both reels  feature high quality line guides made of material like Titanium Nitride, but the  line on the Calais does physically touch the lip of the reel when cast because  the line guide is hidden half an inch behind the front of the reel.  

    Both these     reels offer perfect thumb placement, but casting the TD-Z for extended     periods is easier with it's ultra light weight

    The Retrieve: The Calais is the silkier reel on the retrieve. The  handles on the Calais actually have greased bearings for a more fluid feel.  While the TD-Z is not as silky smooth as the Calais it feels refined in a  different manner. The TD-Z feels like you are connected to the lure, every turn  of the handle transmits the feel at the end of your line to your fingers. In  this category both reels are evenly matched and preference will be the  determining factor. Anglers who love refined smoothness will want the Calais,  while anglers who want sensitivity will opt for the TD-Z. Both reels are fast  enough for almost all lure presentations, even blazing top water action.

     

    Most of the editors liked the grips on the Calais better than the TD-Z because  of their contoured shape and soft grip in comparison to the more geometrically  shaped and harder TD-Z grips. For palming applications the editors liked the  TD-Z better because it was lightweight and caused less stress to the wrist, and  since it is about 20% smaller than the Calais it fits better in the contour of your  hand.  

    Something     you rarely see...the guts of Daiwa's Magforce V system on the inner     sideplate of the TD-Z

    The Drag: The best way to test a drag on good baitcasters to put your  thumb on the spool and crank the handle at slow to medium speed under multiple  drag settings. If the drag performs well it will still crank evenly at higher  tension settings.

     

    No complaints on either reel here...both the  Calais and TD-Z have great drags. Drag settings on both reels are easy to adjust  in small increments via forged aluminum star drags. Drags just don't get much  better than this. Even when fishing for hard hitting stripers in reservoirs fish  would run and both these drags offered shudder free performance consistently.  

    The Calais     has a greased bearings and soft ergonomic grips for a outstanding smooth     cranking power

    The Details:

     

    Shimano Calais: The Calais is the  sexier reel with slamming good looks that are sure to cause some anglers to skip  a heartbeat. When field testing this is the reel that caught the most attention.  The Calais is the ultimate refined reel and can be compared to a Lexus or a  Cadillac...offering the highest level of comfort, refinement, and reliability.

     

    Truly a work     of art the Calais is a real attention getter

     

    The downside to the Calais is the sheer weight of  this reel...its relatively heavy for a premium reel, and a lunker in comparison  to the ultra light TD-Z. It also does not offer a huge increase in performance  than the next in line Chronarch SF.

     

    The TD-Z is     the perfect size and shape for palming

     

    Daiwa TD-Z: The TD-Z is a  technological wonder with all the latest features in a light package. While it  may not be as visually striking as the Calais it makes up for it with  performance. The TD-Z can be compared to a Acura NSX or Corvette...offering an  incredible amount of speed and performance in an ultra lightweight package. the  downside to the TD-Z is the refinement and inability to use this reel in  brackish water, limiting it to pure freshwater applications only.  

    Shimano Calais Ratings:

    Shimano     Calais Ratings (?/10)

        Construction/Quality Great construction and excellent quality in a     durable package...the ultimate refined reel 9
        Performance Performance is excellent, this is a super     smooth reel 9.5
        Price This is a premium reel in every sense, and at     a price tag of 329 dollars its priced like one 9
        Features Pretty good features that are proven in the     Shimano line but nothing remarkably different than the other Shimano reels 8
        Design (Ergonomics) The ergonomic handles and bearings in the     handle make this a pleasure to retrieve, but the large pointed body are not     as good for palming 9
        Application A good reel for every occasion as this reel is     durable and can be used to fish both fresh and brackish water, as long as     you don't use the magnesium spool. The only downside is the weight. 9.5

    Total Score

    9.0

    Daiwa TD-Z Ratings:

    Daiwa TD-Z Ratings (?/10)

        Construction/Quality Great quality and good use of innovative new     materials. While not as durable as an aluminum reel the magnesium     construction is unique 8.5
        Performance Performance of the reel is outstanding,     casting this reel is achieved with a quick flick of the wrist 9.5
        Price The TD-Z is a flagship reel, and you have to     pay premium to fish with it 9
        Features All the high tech features you could ask for     in a package that sets it apart from the TD-X because of small size and     ultra light weight 9
        Design (Ergonomics) The TD-Z may not be the most visually striking     reel but for fishing it is a well thought out tool. The TD-Z is the perfect     size and shape for comfortable palming 9
        Application Great for long days where continued casting     can take a toll on your wrist. The only downside is the inability to use in     brackish water. 9.5

    Total Score

    9.08

    Pluses and Minuses:

    Reel Comparison Pluses and     Minuses

    Shimano     Calais 200

                         Plus                                        Minus

    J      Beautiful artistic design L      Price is high
    J      Reliable performance L      No huge performance gain over  other     Shimano reels
    J      Durability L      Weight
    J      Ultra smooth  
    J      Flexible ability to fish       

    Daiwa TD-Z     105H

                         Plus                                        Minus

    J      Incredible light-weight L      Price is high
    J      Ability to palm easily L      Inability to use in brackish water
    J      Advanced technology      
    J      Ultra sensitive feel  
    J      External cast control  

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