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TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod

CAPERLAN

8014383

TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod

€25.00
VAT included
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
  • TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
TELESCO S600 HEAVY sea ledgering rod
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Its fibreglass composition makes it very strong. This telescopic rod can be folded away in just a few seconds and is easy to store.

BENEFITS

Versatility

This rod can cast rigs weighing between 80 and 160g.

Compact design

This telescopic rod can be shortened from 6 m to 1.22 m in a few seconds.

Robustness

Fibreglass blank for superior strength.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Features

- Length: 6 m
- Size: 1,22 m
- Weight: 900 g
- Casting weight: 80 - 160 g
- Number of sections: 8 telescopic sections

Composition

-fibreglass blank
-8 sections
-painted handle
-screw-down, sea water resistant, reel seat
-7 bonded guides + 1.
-telescopic

Design

The TEAM CAPERLAN engineers and designers developed and tested this rod at Cestas, Gironde region, France.

Test

The durability of this rod was tested with rigs that were 50% heavier than the recommended weight. However, for optimal comfort, you should use rigs that are adapted to the rod's casting weight.