|Reel Name||Gear Ratio||Weight||Bearing Count||Maximum Drag||Brake System||Line Retrive per Turn (IPT)||Line Capacity||Handle Length||MSRP|
|103||5.8:1||9.52oz||7+1RB||11 Pounds||Mag Force V||24 Inches||12lb - 110m / 14lb - 90m||80mm||34650¥|
|103L||5.8:1||9.52oz||7+1RB||11 Pounds||Mag Force V||24 Inches||12lb - 110m / 14lb - 90m||80mm||34650¥|
|203||6.3:1||10.41oz||7+1RB||11 Pounds||Mag Force V||Inches||12lb - 175m / 14lb - 150m||90mm||¥|
|203L||6.3:1||10.41oz||7+1RB||11 Pounds||Mag Force V||Inches||12lb - 175m / 14lb - 150m||90mm||¥|
The Millionaire SW was produced from 2004-2008. It is built in Japan and based on the CV-Z 103/203 reels. “SW” is short for Salt Water. All the reels bearings a CRBB. The body is machined aluminum to resist corrosion. The reels features an EAS (Externally Adjustable System) sideplate for quick adjustment of the Magforce brake system without opening the reel and a solid handle side sideplate unlike other Millionaires with a trim ring. Both models have Daiwas “Hyper Tournament Drag” system. The handle has standard I-Shape knobs. The reel is also touted as having “Tough Clutch” and “Large-sized Infinite Stopper”. Models with an “L” designate left hand retrieve.