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Seaguar I am Confused?

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Ok, I know there is a few posts on the on the Invizx and the AbrazX! But what I would like to know,what is the deference between the 4 Seaguar lines?

AbrazX

Invizx

Carbon Pro

Red Label

  I think the Invizx is a resin, but the other 3 are 100% Fluorocarbon line so then, what is the deferance between the 3 ? :-/

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Ha, you must of seen my thread.. I looked on Seaguar's site, but couldn't find any info. that would cause me to buy Abrasx over invisx ect..If the properties are simular in both, then I'd likely choose the Abrasx..

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I did buy the Red Label and the InvizX but have not had a chance to try them yet!  There must be some kind of deferance between them?

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All fluoro is a resin; if it's 100% it's a resin.

AbrazX- Has a different resin make up that uses a hardener to increase the abrasion resistance.

InvizX- softer fluoro, not as abrasion resistant as Abrazx

Red Label- lower quality than both the above lines, in terms of Abrasion resistance and level lay.  It's also more prone to pretty hefty memory.

Carbon Pro-Discontinued.

You also run into things like tensile strength and stretch between them.  I believe the catalog gives more in depth info on them.

Tatsu is awesome, for what it's worth.

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All fluoro is a resin; if it's 100% it's a resin.

AbrazX- Has a different resin make up that uses a hardener to increase the abrasion resistance.

InvizX- softer fluoro, not as abrasion resistant as Abrazx

Red Label- lower quality than both the above lines, in terms of Abrasion resistance and level lay. It's also more prone to pretty hefty memory.

Carbon Pro-Discontinued.

You also run into things like tensile strength and stretch between them. I believe the catalog gives more in depth info on them.

Tatsu is awesome, for what it's worth.

This is spot on info guys!

Also The Cabelas no vis fluro is made by Seagur as well. So far it's my favroit of all the fluro I've used. I like InvisxX allot but it's fairly high on price and has a little more stretch then other fluro's. I find red label is pure awful in terms of manageability and I've also went threw several other brands. So far Cabela's fluro offers great performance at a great price. It has less strech then InvisX but still handles very well. I haven't spooled up really heavy pound test yet either though. However I am about to spool up some 20# test on my flipping rod this weekend.

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All fluoro is a resin; if it's 100% it's a resin.

AbrazX- Has a different resin make up that uses a hardener to increase the abrasion resistance.

InvizX- softer fluoro, not as abrasion resistant as Abrazx

Red Label- lower quality than both the above lines, in terms of Abrasion resistance and level lay. It's also more prone to pretty hefty memory.

Carbon Pro-Discontinued.

You also run into things like tensile strength and stretch between them. I believe the catalog gives more in depth info on them.

Tatsu is awesome, for what it's worth.

So you like the new Tatsu?  :'( :'(Where did you find it? The stores by me are behind the times so I won't see it here in my stores untill next year! :'(

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I looked at the Seaguar chart, look like the Abrasx is the way to go in my case..Thanks for postin that up Islandbass.

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