Synit Razar 50 O/H

 Hi guys, just wondering if anyone has any first hand experience with this rod?, I have just put my name down for a Jigging Master PE 2 reel(Cheers Ryan) and am thinking about rods, had a look and a play with the JM sabre game casting and just want to see the options out there before I order a rod too

Cheers Yewie

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Fri, 2013-04-12 23:01

 hi mate,

i have no experience on the rod you asking. 

but i found that the jm sabre game its not a good rod for jig over 100g, the tip are ways too soft~~

and the guide at sabre game rust quite fast~~

cheer kelvin.



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Fri, 2013-04-12 23:23

G'Day Yewie

Good to meet you today, Ryan said you've been a good supporter and thanks for making the time to pop in. The JM Saber Game is bang for buck but the step up in class is the Jigging Master Titanium 5'3 150 OH. A quality strong rod with full Fuji SIC guides and a blank length that is not too long to balance up with the new smaller profile of the PE2. It's a sweet rod and has plenty of power and ideal for PE2-3 and 10kg of drag at 90 deg (16kg at 60 deg)

If you go that way you will need a gold/silver PE2 he he


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 Yeah, I have the evo 150

Sat, 2013-04-13 04:11

 Yeah, I have the evo 150 already ( bought from you guys) as my PE3 setup running an ocea jigger tho, been pestering the mrs for the power spell PE 3 reel for that one for months but couldn't resist the PE 2 haha


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Hey YewieYour Titanium 150 is

Sat, 2013-04-13 11:53

Hey Yewie

Your Titanium 150 is a way better bit of kit than the saber - if you step down to the saber you won't be happy with it.

One of the small synits would be a great match, but as you've probably seen they are $$$.




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 Hi Dan, kind of thought that

Sat, 2013-04-13 12:22

 Hi Dan, kind of thought that but felt really good in the shop, have you used any of the Synit rods?, not too concerned about the price of the rod considering the cost of the reel.


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 Synit rods are second to

Sat, 2013-04-13 17:59

 Synit rods are second to none, they are not too much more than your other hi end rod the only problem is the 10-12 week waiting to get it built.