The whole body is a hybrid of carbon and glass.
A rolled rod that combines the characteristics of both materials in a well-balanced manner.


Continue to throw accurately. Capture and wind vibrations. Inhale it and put it on. Orion’s scroll rod, Sky Sword. The material composition of high resin type medium-low modulus carbon and glass materials, which cannot be called cutting edge, is an inevitable result of the Orion concept of “performance for fishing” rather than “new materials.” Here lies the performance unique to this combination.
Many experts agree with the statement, “If you want to master wind fishing, use a glass rod.” Because of its flexibility, he says, there are situations in which it is impossible to catch fish without using grass, such as “you can suck it in without flicking it” and “it won’t break even a single piece of skin”. Indeed, the benefits of using glass rods for scrolls are immense. On the other hand, it is true that many anglers have a negative reaction to glass because it is “heavy,” “sluggish,” “the cast feel is too different,” and “the use is too narrow” compared to carbon.
This is where glass and carbon composite rods come into play. However, when it comes to glass composites, the butt part of the glass main shaft is generally reinforced with carbon. In other words, the tip and berry are still made of glass material, and the usability is similar to that of a glass rod.
However, Sky Sword aims to go in a completely different direction. High resin type 24 ton carbon is used for the main shaft, pursuing high flexibility and followability even though it is a carbon rod. Not only that, but the entire body from the bat to the tip is composited with a glass sheet with fibers running in a vertical and horizontal mesh pattern. By using carbon and glass for the entire main shaft, we have captured the goodness of each material into a single rod.
Blanks are a mix of moderate repulsive force and excellent flexibility, and have the characteristics of carbon rods and glass rods in a well-balanced manner, such as “cast control performance”, “winding sensitivity”, and “suction performance”. What’s more, the entire body is made of carbon + This is the beauty of the method of rolling it up in a glass.
In contrast to the one-point specialized glass rod, the Sky Sword is a balance-oriented type. The aim is to be able to practice the series of movements of winding fishing accurately, stress-free, and comfortably. This leads to “keep casting,” which is important for getting results when fishing with maki. This is Orion’s scroll rod, Sky Sword.
<Compatible lures & rigs>
● Spinnerbait/buzzbait ● Shallow to middle crankbait ● Vibration ● Bladed jig ● Top water etc…
  • ■ Blank
    The main shaft from the bat to the tip uses a mix of carbon and glass, and the bat to center is reinforced with medium-low elasticity carbon, and the butt section is reinforced with Quattro woven cloth. A high-dimensional fusion of flexibility, lightness, and power.
    ・Carbon & Glass (Main Shaft)
    The carbon material is a 24 ton high resin type that is more flexible than carbon, and the glass material is a mesh sheet that suppresses weight increase, which is the weak point of glass.
  • ・Quattro woven cloth
    Quattro woven cloth has a higher lamination density and thicker weave than conventional quattro (4-axis) cloth. Strongly suppresses twisting and cracking of blanks.
  • ■ Guide system
    Emphasizing the balance between weight reduction and strength, we have adopted a SiC ring and titanium frame guide that is neither too large nor too small.

    However, the tip to belly guide is set one size (0.5) larger than the general bat to top guide size ratio. By increasing the freedom of the line within the guide, combined with the flexible blank, this setting allows the lure to swim without restricting its movement.
    ●Top: SiC ring/titanium frame guide
    ●Tip to belly (4 pieces): SiC ring/titanium frame reinforced single foot guide
    ●Berry to butt (4 pieces): SiC ring/titanium frame double foot guide
  • ■ Grip design (fore)
    A lightweight foregripless design that allows for sharp swings when casting. Designed to eliminate thread winding between the blank and the grip, allowing direct contact with the blank during palming.
  • ■ Grip design (reel seat)
    Emphasizing gripping performance, operability, and sensitivity, we have adopted a slender and lightweight blank-touch Fuji ECS reel seat.
  • ■ Grip design (center/rear)
    Separate type that supports casting from all directions and pursues operability and weight reduction. Both the center grip and rear grip are made of high-hardness EVA, achieving the excellent durability unique to EVA material and the direct feel of operation due to the hard material.

    The grip length is not too long and is easy to maneuver, giving it an advantage in accuracy casting and casting from all directions.
  • ■ Grip length

  • ■ Black design
    A black-based monochrome design that exudes both sharpness and solidity at the same time. The combination of black colors with different textures creates a sense of luxury in its simplicity.

  • ■Made in Japan
    This product is made in Japan.

    Click here (Grand Cobra Product Development Concept) for more information about our commitment to Made in Japan .
  • ■“National Fishing Rod Fair Trade Council” certified product
    Certificate of compliance with the contents and conditions of the National Fishing Rod Fair Trade Council based on the provisions of the Fair Competition Code for Labeling of Fishing Rods, which has been certified by the Fair Trade Commission and the Commissioner of the Consumer Affairs Agency. “Fishing Rod Fairness Mark” is printed.