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Daiwa Tournament SW AGS 902 H (Length: 2.74mt, C.W: 14-42gr)
Daiwa Tournament SW AGS 902 H (Length: 2.74mt, C.W: 14-42gr)
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  • Manufactured by: Daiwa

Price:   €352.90

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Daiwa Tournament SW AGD 

The Tournament SW AGS has reached new heights !

The Tournament SW AGS has reached new heights! The construction has been completely revised to incorporate the cutting-edge technologies developed by Daiwa’s factories. Fitted with AGS carbon guides, the blank is made of the very best Daiwa carbon: SVF Nanoplus. This is a game-changing material, and you feel it straightaway. The rods are lighter and the absence of varnish guarantees total sensitivity.

The rods are not only more communicative, we’ve also slightly softened the tip action to better absorb flicks of the head from bass and to give greater freedom of movement to animated lures. The carbon is layered using x45 technology for greater control on the fight under all angles of compression.

672 M model
-The soft, sensitive tip is ideal for delicate work with small lures. It’s typically suited to dropping 5 to 7g heads through 1 to 3m of water, from a kayak or stand-up paddle board. It can also be used for small plugs (7-9cm) in shallow water. Beyond the tip, the rod hides a surprising power for turning big fish, and is perfectly suited to freshwater predator work (perch, bass and ide).

702 MH model

-A slightly softer tip action than its predecessor. Its sensitivity and lightness make it perfect for bass and wrasse work on the rocks.

702H model

This model was tested and approved by over 300 anglers over four editions of the Barracuda Tour along France’s Atlantic coast. The blank is now even more resonant, allowing optimum bite detection. The rod is perfectly suited to shads and weighted slugs (20-40g) but can also be turned to cast-and-retrieve styles for bass, barracuda or even bonito.

802 H model

This new, softer tipped rod is perfect for cast-and-retrieve shad fishing, traction style but is also ideal for casting jigs for bottom fish such as pollock or sea bass fishing with slugs, shads or light jigs. Used with 0.16mm Daiwa-8 braid, the slightest knock from a depth of up to 40m is transmitted straight to your arm thanks to the carbon guides.

902 H model

An excellent caster for launching plugs and small jigs a long way from shore, getting into those swirls and eddies would otherwise be out of reach. The high butt and long lever arm allow you to work the fish to your advantage.

802 XH and 932 XH models

These powerful rods cast shads and jigs of 28 to 84 g a long way out. Load the butt in order to really exploit the casting potential of this beast – but don’t be surprised by its sensitivity once the lure hits the surface. These two models will pick up on the smallest knock, even in high winds.

1002 HXH and 1062 XH models

These two rods are ideal for hunting fish at long range from rocky coasts or from beaches where you need to cast plugs or shore jigs out to long range.



  • SVF (Super-high Volume Fibre) Nanoplus carbon blank wrapped using x45 technology
  • Spigot V-Joint
  • Daiwa exclusive AGS carbon guides and Fuji Arowana-Top tip guides
  • Daiwa exclusive ergonomic profiled reel seat with customised Fuji screw hood
  • EVA handle
  • Regular-fast tip action
  • Fuji HKM folding metal black lure keeper




AGS technology has been developed by Daiwa to produce rod guides with an exclusive and unique structure. AGS frames are made of an extremely resonant specialist carbon which is unbeatable in terms of sensation.

Carbon gives rod blanks their stiffness and lightness – so what better link between the rod and the line than carbon itself? AGS carbon guides are the lightest in the world. Just as a rod’s blank has a fast action, the rigidity of the AGS frame offers extraordinary sensitivity, relaying vibrations on the line directly to your hand. Reading the bottom and bites with AGS technology simply has to be tried to be understood!




This manufacturing process involves layering spiral carbon fibres (90°), unidirectional fibres (0°) over three layers and two layers of carbon as helicoidal opposites (45°). These two crossed layers give the name Bias Cross Wrap.

 The wrapping of X45 guarantees true elasticity: a return to the original shape of the blank irrespective of the angle of load.




Daiwa uses Toray nanotechnology and optimises it with our own fabrication processes to fine tune our resins down to the nanometre!

Nano-binding of resins optimises the adhering process of Daiwa’s best carbons to create ultra-high density blanks that are lighter, stronger and more sensitive.



A reduction in resin and tight packing of the fibres combine to make a lighter, faster, more sensitive blank.





The V-Joint is made from Bias carbon wrapped at45°, improving the curve and action of the rod under compression on the cast and the fight.
The V-Joint’s Bias carbon has a perfect shape memory – returning to its original position as soon as the force exerted on the blank is lifted.




Micro Pitch:

A micropigment finish is hot sprayed during the wrapping of carbon sheets. This removes the need for varnish, offering less weight and more sensitivity



Exclusive Reel Seat:

Daiwa’s engineering department has developed Daiwa-exclusive reel seats which fuse innovation with Fuji® elements.






The FUJI logo is linked to a Daiwa rod featuring at least one FUJI element, whether it’s a reel seat or guide. 

FUJI KOGYO CO., LTD was founded on 20 January 1945 in Japan and is the world’s leading rod component manufacturer. Daiwa and Fuji have been collaborating as Japanese manufacturers for decades. FUJI has the technical engineering know-how to respond to the increasingly high demands of anglers for improvements in their tackle. In this respect the company is on the same wavelength as Daiwa in terms of putting innovation at the service of the angler. 

This is the story behind the FUJI guides, reel seats, rings and other components that you’ll find on numerous Daiwa rod ranges around the world.



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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 29 May, 2019.