Affordable High Speed Reel at ICAST

New high speed baitcaster with quality components priced to sell in the mid-forty dollar range

Affordable High Speed Reel at ICAST
Affordable High Speed Reel at ICAST

GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND, N.Y. - Eposeidon, Inc. (www.eposeidon.com) announces the introduction of their new high speed low profile baitcasting reel, the KastKing Royale Legend. Based in concept on KastKing's extremely popular Royale model, the new KastKing Royale Legend baitcasting reel features centrifugal and magnetic braking systems and a 7.0:1 gear ratio. The company will showcase its new products at ICAST (International Convention of Allied Sport Fishing Trades).

Design features of the KastKing Royale Legend baitcaster include 11 noise free high quality shielded stainless steel ball bearings plus an instant-stop anti-reverse bearing, precision cut brass gears, anodized forged aluminum spool that rides on a stainless steel shaft, and 12 lbs. of drag. It is available in left and right-handed models and is saltwater approved.

"We felt the ICAST New Product Showcase taking place July 15 - 17, 2015 in Orlando, Florida was the perfect backdrop for launching the KastKing Royale Legend," says Eposeidon's marketing director, Tom Gahan. "We proved through the Royale's, and its subsequent high sales volume, that there's a demand for a lot of features and quality that anglers want and need at an affordable price. The KastKing Royale Legend stays true to our motto - KastKing keeps fishing fun...by keeping affordable."

In addition to KastKing baitcasting reels, the company also manufactures spinning reels, fishing rods, braided, copolymer, monofilament, and fluorocarbon fishing line, fishing tools and accessories.


"KastKing had such positive reviews and tremendous success with the Royale that we decided to take it a step further in a new reel," says Eposeidon CEO, Tate Cui. "We developed the new KastKing Royale Legend and maintained features such as the high quality ball bearings and precision cut gears of the Royale. At a selling price around $45, we look to capture a share of the high speed baitcasting reel market with this quality, yet affordable model."


Eposeidon will discuss the meteoric rise of their KastKing brand at a press conference being held at ICAST in the Orange County Convention Center - W209B at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, July 15 in Orlando, Florida. All registered editorial media members in attendance at ICAST are invited to attend. Eposeidon will be at booth 3071 during the convention.

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