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Shakespeare Ironman Lighted Spincast Combo - Dick's Sporting Goods

Shakespeare Ironman Lighted Spincast Combo

Item Number: 19458756
Price: $14.99
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Help your little fisherman feel like a superhero on the water with the Ironman® Spincast Combo from Shakespeare®. This all-in-one kit includes a 2'6" rod and spincast reel that comes prespooled with fishing line to make it easy for your little Avenger to assemble on the water. Best of all, the reel lights up each time the thumb button is pressed so each cast is a blast.


  • 2'6" all-in-one rod and reel kit
  • Lights up when you press the trigger
  • Includes practice plug for easy and safe practice casting
  • Prespooled with line
  • Length: 2'6"
  • Shakespeare

Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 1 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by sinks! My husband and I swore it was floatable!! Nope.... Sunk like a ton of bricks...Otherwise worked great!!! My 3 year old son would throw in yard for hours... May 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Broke immediately Product broke literally after the first cast. The release button is flimsy. For the light up function it requires the release button to open the bale and trigger the light. Too much for a 2cm piece of plastic. June 25, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Quality As soon as it was out of the package it wouldn't crank and the line was built up under the reel mechanism. Three year olds (and their parents) don't like brand new toys that don't work. March 26, 2013
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