Zillion SV vs. Tatula SV

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Zillion SV vs. Tatula SV

Postby Big-Bass » Tue Apr 18, 2017 9:52 am

Please compare...feel free to add any comments on either. Performance, durability, gears, cast ability, etc...

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Re: Zillion SV vs. Tatula SV

Postby brighamvang » Tue Apr 18, 2017 12:54 pm

the tatula feels much smoother than the Zillion.

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Re: Zillion SV vs. Tatula SV

Postby LgMouthGambler » Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:59 pm

I have only gotten to feel the Tatula SV from getting one for a friend, but he is a lefty so I cant use his reel. Hopefully come October when I head back to Guntersville I will stop into The Tackle Trap and get to do a side by side comparison. Either way, I'm not a T Wing fan, so neither will I purchase. Lol
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Re: Zillion SV vs. Tatula SV

Postby DirtyD64 » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:39 pm

brighamvang wrote:the tatula feels much smoother than the Zillion.


Really? I tested the Tatula SV today and it felt great. Not sure how the Zillion will compare, my deciding point would be wondering if a free floating spool, dual pinion support, clicking cast knob, and .3oz is worth $100 more...
Also I wonder if the Tatula SV has addressed the inductor sticking issues...


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