Harrison Torrix TE Rod,
Torrix is the flagship range from Harrison rods, and for the past decade it has been the rod to own for the serious carp angler. This TE range incorporates many of the features that are beloved from the original, but this rod has a twist. The blank on the Torrix TE has been designed in conjunction with World Record distance caster Terry Edmonds – without saying any more you can already be confident that this rod is an incredible distance performance machine.
In fact, Harrison is confident that the Torrix rod can achieve much further distances than like-for-like slim carbon rods. Constructed from a mix of high and low modulus carbon fibre, this rod is an exercise in balance. High modulus carbon fibre has been much celebrated of late, but Harrison firmly believes that a mix of high and low is the only way to stop premature lock-up and gives a perfect intermediate between the rigidity of high modulus fibre and the flexibility you need from a quality carp rod.
The Torrix TE is finished with a woven 1k carbon finish on the butt, which is much more than just cosmetic. 1k carbon adds durability to the rod without adding additional weight, making it the perfect material for such a high performance carp rod. Harrison has revealed that in product development it experimented with a 1k finish all the way to the rod tip, but never one to sacrifice performance for aesthetics, the 1k finish reaches to the joint at the tip.
Harrison is very proud that its rods are designed, tested, and manufactured in the UK. This allows Harrison to design rods exclusively for the UK market, and makes the company uniquely able to tailor its rods to the needs and requirements of the British carp angler. In Harrison’s eyes, anything less than perfection is unacceptable.