Nomura Aichi

WOW! I've known about the Nomura brand for a few years, but considering that other local shops were already stocking some of the range, I let them go and didn't pay too much interest. They can't be that good, right? Just like all the others?.... WRONG!

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Aichi 86M
AVAILABLE
0
Nomura Aichi 86M
BASS
8'6"
168g
 
5g
10g
15g
20g
25g
30g
40g
50g
60g+
 
35g
MAX
10g
MIN
Tip
trans
Top 1m
trans
Taper
trans
?
trans
trans
trans
Tip guide internal (mm)
1.7mm
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
7.1
mm
4.2
Butt
11.7
mm
trans
50cm
trans
trans
12
trans
trans
18
trans
trans
40
trans
trans
Effective: -'16"
trans
9'
8'
7'
Balance point: 26.5cm balance
12"
135cm
9
Guides
Components:
stars

£109.99

Aichi 90MH
AVAILABLE
0
Nomura Aichi 90MH
BASS
9'0"
175g
 
5g
10g
15g
20g
25g
30g
40g
50g
60g+
 
45g
MAX
15g
MIN
Tip
trans
Top 1m
trans
Taper
trans
?
trans
trans
trans
Tip guide internal (mm)
1.7mm
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
trans
7.2
mm
4.2
Butt
12.4
mm
trans
53cm
trans
trans
12
trans
trans
18
trans
trans
44
trans
trans
Effective: -'17"
trans
9'
8'
7'
Balance point: 30cm balance
12"
143cm
10
Guides
Components:
stars

£109.99

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The Aichi range is a lot like the HTO Nebula which have found favour over the last couple of years. It's the kind of range that blows everything else in the price rang out of the water (The Aichi is actually better balanced and slimmer with a similar degree of tip taper than the Nebula). In terms of all-round bass rods for folks on a bit more of a budget, this rod feels like it will do anything you ask of it.