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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:37 am • #  
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The Brazilian Tramontina
Tramontina is a Brazil company selling a very large range of products for domestic kitchen/garden/outdoor use.
http://www.tramontina.com.br/pt
Their knives are very well known worldwide
It is not yet know how they got to produce the Mitchell look-a-likes ?
They also sold casting reels etc
Pic is from the internet
If you want to look for more information type 'carretilha tramontina" on Google
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Hello Jean-Paul,

A few years ago (maybe six or seven years) we found many reels Tramontina of this type to sell on a site of bids in Brazil.

I have one Tramontina which I bought on Ebay France.

A priori these reels are Mitchell's perfect copies: Mitchell has given his authorization?, I do not know

Christian



  


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Hello Jean-paul & Christain,

Its fascinating that a company who sell's some of the best steak knives around the world would put their name to a fishing reel, look forward to some more Information on them.

Regards Martin


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Here's a list I have found on the net of different types they marketed.
Perhaps we should try to find pics of each model to illustrate ?
Jean-Paul

Tramontina 2660 Molinete
Tramontina 2664 Molinete
Tramontina 2668 Molinete
Tramontina 8001 Carretilha
Tramontina 8002 Carretilha
Tramontina 8003 Carretilha
Tramontina 8004 Carretilha
Tramontina 8005 Carretilha
Tramontina 8006 Carretilha
Tramontina 8007 Carretilha
Tramontina 8008 Carretilha


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The 800x series are larce ocean-fishing b/c reels (not spinning reels)
Who has the red spinning reels in their collection and what are the type-numbers ?
The same as the 3 listed above ?
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