How to spool a baitcasting reel? Lightweight precision Roro Spool is your best choice.
In order to pursue the ultimate BFS baitcasting spool, we have another masterpiece. Roro Lure Studio launches a new upgraded series of titanium shaft Roro X Spool. With a 7178 high strength aviation aluminium spool body and brake ring, we use a lightweight titanium alloy to make centre shaft. The new titanium shaft Roro X Spool series are definitely your wish to get for BFS microcasting anglers.
Upgraded from the previous stainless steel centre shaft to aluminium alloy, now we are pursuing another difficulty, using space-grade titanium alloy, producing a 3mm thick lightweight titanium shaft. The total weight of Roro spool is further reducing. With 3mm titanium shaft, it has better starting performance.
What is titanium?
Titanium is a metal with some very unique properties. First of all, it is very strong - as strong as steel - but less dense. In fact, titanium has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any known metal. This means that titanium is very lightweight but also very strong. Because of its strength and lightweight, titanium is widely used in aerospace applications in an alloyed form.
Another interesting and very useful property of titanium is its corrosion resistance. In normal conditions titanium forms a passive oxide coating that naturally protects the metal from corrosion and further oxidation. Titanium and titanium alloys are used in places where other metals corrode and disintegrate - like seawater.
Last but not least, titanium is a very inert material that is non-toxic and biocompatible. This makes it great for people with allergies, but also means that titanium is perfect for medical applications - surgical implements and implants, such as hip balls and sockets (joint replacement) and dental implants.
Performance of Titanium BFS baitcasting reel spool?
It’s a space-grade material that is extremely lightweight, durable, and historically great to use. There’s a price to be paid for all these great features, though. Literally. Titanium is hard to manufacture and process, mainly due to its hardness. This means it's an expensive material and it translates to the price of the final product.
Roro Lure Studio tries our best to make this fantastic titanium alloy centre shaft, has high strength, good wear resistance, light weight, and solves various problems of aluminum shaft, such as non-wear, easy to produce noise and other problems, also 3 mm center shaft has high starting performance.
A light weight BFS baitcasting spool needs to be less inertia to overcome before it starts to spin and pay out line when casting a very light lure.