Redington CD 9/10, silver. I bought three of these to use as a boat reel for my 6 and 7 weight rods, and never got around to using it. This one is unused. It's dimensions and weight are nearly identical to my Bauer M3 reel, which to me is a 6-7 reel (small 8). I feel Redington tends to overstate the line size of its reels; it's no 9/10, but this reel is a great fit for a salty 6 or 7 weight or a small spey reel. From the web:
"Redington's CD series reels have features often only available in more expensive reels. The CD is made of anodized machined 6061 barstock aluminum, and is a "mid arbor" style (between a regular arbor and a large arbor reel). The mid arbor configuration allows the benefits of large arbor reels, but offers a little more backing capacity than similarly sized large arbor reels. The "CD" stands for its center drag mechanism that includes a cork drag washer. This reel was made in the same plant as the equally venerable, and more expensive, Orvis Mid Arbor. The spools even interchange. Features are:
Weight: 7 oz.
Anodized, machined aluminum
Ceramic coated bearings for smoothness, corrosion resistance, and longevity
Cork on teflon disk drag
Counter balanced spool
Large rubber spool handle
Large, easy to grip drag knob
Koyo on-way clutch bearing
Easy left/right retrive conversion
Quick release spool
The CD reels come with a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty. "
New, with factory padded cordura reel case. Heck, just the reel case would be $15!
Only $70! Less expensive than a fly line and will last a whole lot longer...