Daiwa Sensor Line 4oz Spool

RRP : £6.99

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Daiwa Sensor Line 4oz Spool reviews

Daiwa Sensor Line 4oz Spool, this line has a reputation for rugged performance and exceptional reliability. It knots well and is extremely supple. The diameter is extremely consistent and the line sinks well when in the water.

Two world record carp have been caught on this line and is available in a choice of colours either Brown or Clear

The chart below gives the breaking strain, diameter and the meters on a spool for each breaking strain

4lbs/1.8kg 0.20mm 3090m,
6lbs/2.7kg 0.24mm 2320m,
8lbs/3.6kg 0.260mm 1855m,
10lbs/4.5kg 0.310mm 1325m,
12lbs/5.4kg 0.330mm 1160m,
15lbs/6.8kg 0.370mm 925m,
18lbs/8.2kg 0.405mm 755m,
20lbs/9.1kg 0.435mm 665m,
25lbs/11.3kg 0.520mm 465m,
30lbs/11.6kg 0.570mm 385m,
40lbs/18.1kg 0.660mm 290m,
50lbs/22.7kg 0.740mm 230m,
60lbs/27.2kg 0.840mm 180m,

Review by UKCarpAngler

If I had to choose one monfil reel line for pretty much all my general coarse, carp, specialist and predator angling requirements, it would have to be the superb Daiwa Sensor. Not every ones cup of tea but if you are looking for excellent a line that offers excellent abrasion resistance, reliable knot strength and sinks well, whilst also offering excellent value for money, then you’ll have to really shop around to find anything near as good as the Sensor & Sensor Clear. I have personally used both options for everything from float fishing for everything from small silvers, right up to crunching carp on the pellet waggler, standard feeder and method feeder work, chucking big leads around for carp and into tidal rivers in search of barbel and this superb monofil from Daiwa Sports has never let me down.