|Shock Absorber (polyurethane)
||A polyurethane shock absorber is fitted at the rear end of the weight chamber to
protect the lure from shock when the weights move and prevent damage to the body
due to the G force exerted during casting. In the existing K-TEN SYSTEM, the
weight of the weights relative to the strength of the body is controlled within
safety margins, but to pursue safety to the very limit, the V186ms has adopted a
shock absorber which wasnt needed up to now.
|Front Balancer (Pb)
||The balance weight is extended as far forward as possible.
Nd-Fe-B Magnet Disk
Bullet Type Weight (Fe)
|The V186ms K-TEN SYSTEM, which has undergone a dramatic evolution, carries
bullet type weights and displays maximum casting distance. During retrieval, the
weights are kept in place thanks to the strong magnetic force of 2000 gauss
produced by the magnet disk, made of neodymium (Nd), iron (Fe) and boron (B).
The result is a stable swimming form even during high speed retrieval.
||Due to the lures large size, its swimming form could easily get unbalanced, but
the stabilizer fin on the back ensures a very stable performance even during
|Rear Balancer (Pb)
||A rear balance weight---not available for the existing minnow equipped with the
K-TEN SYSTEM---has been adopted to seek maximum casting distance and make the
most of the few chances that may come up on the day.
|3D Laser Cut Wire (stainless steel)
||The 1.6mm diameter wire (1.3mm for Blue Ocean) inside the body is an essential
feature when casting for tuna. Its configured to a strength that provides you
with a final chance even in the worst situation where the body of the lure is
damaged during the fight.
|Max Speed 12knot
||Thanks to the newly designed K-TEN SYSTEM plus and the adoption of a stabilizer
fin, the lure can handle both super high-speed retrieval and trolling.
||Research on the shape of the bait favored by tuna in different regions, has
resulted in the creation of this universal silhouette that will be effective
both in Japan and elsewhere, as the word universal suggests. The swimming
silhouette also recreates the image of "Wobn roll."
||The falling posture is designed to be horizontal so that it will present no
sense of discomfort to a large and extremely sensitive tuna. The fight begins
the moment it enters the water.
||Showing due respect to the tuna, the supreme challenge of the casting game, a
glass eye has been adopted. It displays the lures presence even more than the
size of its body.