Choosing a good sub £60 Reel

Jimpanzee

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I’d avoid the Preston inertia personally. I purchased one a couple of months ago and I’m not massively keen. It doesn’t seem very smooth. I much prefer my Daiwa Ninja and comes with a spare spool too.
 

Pyffy

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I’d avoid the Preston inertia personally. I purchased one a couple of months ago and I’m not massively keen. It doesn’t seem very smooth. I much prefer my Daiwa Ninja and comes with a spare spool too.
My experience of the Inertia 320 is polar opposite to yours. Loaded with 3lb Maxima, its been brilliant on my 13ft waggler rod for silvers on our club pond. Feels smooth and well balanced and retrieve is just quick enough not to cause to many hook length spin ups. Not tried the Ninja so can't compare, although it is not as smooth as my light silvers reel, a cadence CS8 that is the lightest and smoothest running reel I own.
 
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