The Shimano Chronacrh G 150 XG is packed with the latest advancements in Shimano baitcast technology! the Chronarch G 150 XG delivers top level performance for saltwater anglers. Fitted with Shimano's X-Ship and MicroModule gearing to provide a more efficient gear train with a smoother and more responsive feel. The ultimate in casting control and accuracy is made possible with the new SVS Infinity brake system that easily allows for fine tuning using the external dial and internal brake weight. Like the new Curado K, the Chronarch G is fitted with a specially plated pinion gear, combined with a breakwater wall and drainage port to provide superior protection against corrosion. Featuring 8+1 Stainless A-RB bearings and available in a 150 size and in a blistering gear ratio of 8.1:1 meaning less time winding and more time fishing!!

By supporting the pinion gear on both ends with our S-ARB bearings and integrating a bigger drive gear, Shimano increased the gearing efficiency and power. This results in a fishing reel with ultra-light handle rotation, giving a perfect rotation even under heavy loads.
Carbon Interfusion 4 (valence electrons) is a graphite body material that has been reinforced with carbon fibre. Lighter than Magnesium, yet strong enough to cope with the stresses of saltwater fishing.

Shimano New Zealand provides a TEN YEAR WARRANTY on all Shimano fishing reels, against defects in materials and/or faulty workmanship.

These bearings have been through the same process as our A-RB bearings, but feature shields on both sides of the bearings that reduce the possibility of salt or sand inhibiting the bearings rotation.
The Super Free bearing-supported pinion gear system (SF) was designed to eliminate friction on the spool shaft during the cast. In standard baitcasting reels, when the clutch bar is pressed down, the pinion gear is freed and can actually drag on the spool shaft, creating friction and limiting the length of the cast. With SF, the pinion gear is supported by a ball bearing, and when the clutch is di...