Favorite Impulse is a wide series of sports class ultralight spinning rods for soft baits.
It means that these spinning rods cast well at the lower rating of casting weight range and are specified for quick fishing of small size fish. Its' soft middle part of the blank performs good amortization, which doesn't let fish get off the hook when fighting quickly.
The spinning rod is equipped with anti-tangle Fuji Alconite guides arranged according to KR concept. There also is a comfortable reel seat with a lower carbon fiber nut.
The blank is made of prepreg carbon fiber produced by Japanese corporation "Toray" and has modularity of 46 tonnes, the butt section is enforced with 1K woven carbon and the foregrip is made of EVA.
|Model||Length, m||Power||Lure test, g||Line test||Action||Weight, g||Section||Transp. length, sm|
|IMP-682UL-S||2.07||Ultra Light||2 - 8||#0.2 - 0.4 PE||Ex. Fast||90||2||106|
|IMP-732L-S||2.20||Light||2 - 10||#0.2 - 0.6 PE||Ex. Fast||97.7||2||115|
|IMP-762UL-T||2.29||Ultra Light||0.6 - 7||#0.2 - 0.4 PE||Fast||90||2||117|
|IMP-792L-T||2.36||Light||2 - 10||#0.2 - 0.6 PE||Fast||96||2||122|
|IMP-832L-T||2.51||Light||3 - 12||#0.3 - 0.8 PE||Fast||102||2||129|
|IMP-892L-T||2.71||Light||3 - 12||#0.3 - 0.8 PE||Fast||124||2||137|
There are 6 models in this series. Favorite Impulse 762UL-T with the casting weight up to 7 g is made for classic micro jig, 792L-T with the casting weight up to 10 g for the heavier lures and 832L-T and 892L with the casting weight up to 12 g are made for light long distance casting.
Favorite Impulse 682UL-S with the casting weight up to 8 g is a short spinning rod for boat fishing. It has a hard solid tip which provides high sensitivity and allows you to perform accentuated rough lure action.
Favorite Impulse 732L-S with the casting weight up to 10 g is a spinning rod of the same type as the previous one, but it is longer and slightly more powerful.
Toray 46T – Japan manufacturer Toray prepreg. Modulus 46 TON.
Multi Layer Structure Slim allow us to create very thin and "slim" rod blanks, which we use to build L and UL class rods.