Century Eliminator T1000 Rod

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EliminatorT1000

Heavy Ground Rod

Regular Price: £685.00

Special Price £565.00

Details

Key Features

  • Gearbox Design butt and Autoclave Technology
  • Blank colour: Spread Tow Fabric
  • Factory Finish: Fuji Titanium K Guides
  • Tied in Red metallic under wraps and jet black with white trims
  • Marine grade etched stainless steel trim bands upper and lower butt
  • Japanese shrink rubber (JSR) handle
  • JSR rubber separator grip on lower tip and upper butt
  • 3M Reflective tape top guides
  • Century carbon reducer available as optional extra (ask us!)
  • Century sliding reel seat with Fuji seat
  • Century partition rod case
  • Length: 14ft 10"

The Eliminator T1000 is built and designed for fishing in demanding conditions – large boulders, kelp and fast tidal streams. Initially it feels very powerful but this is deceptive because it bends and recovers gradually to release power smoothly from the middle power bands in the butt: adjust your timing, control the flow and T1000 delivers smoothness over all casting styles. The low rod diameter, the ability to handle large baits and big weights at long range will appeal to anglers that fish the hardest conditions multiplier or fixed spool, braid or monofilament and still want a rod that is comfortable to use.

The technical specification is huge and well researched. Century has incorporated HPR resin technology, Autoclave Technology and for the first time 45/45 STF (spread tow fabric) to improve AT-T anti-twist. The STF surfaces at the upper butt and lower tip and compliments the Anti-Twist Technology incorporated throughout the rod. STF comes straight out of Formula One and all cars use this material extensively in the chassis for performance. Fitted with the robust yet super light Fuji Titanium K guides as standard keeps excess weight to a minimum. This rod includes more premium features as standard than any other out on the market.

 

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