You mention that they are not offering them in the US. I'm not sure that they are offering them anywhere?
Scott typically keeps the naming of their rods separate Spey vs Single Handed. They didn't do an S4 Spey rod or a G2 spey rod, instead the offer the T2H, T3H etc. They aren't like sage where they take a rod technology, throw a name on it, and then make everything from a 1wt through a 14ft spey in that naming. I'd imagine that Scott will use the same technology but would call it a T4H or something of the likes.
The Radian Spey is listed on several of their sites. In fact, someone from Scandinavia posted one for sale in the classifieds within the last two or three weeks. I read somewhere Scott was using the European intro to test out the design before it came to their biggest market.
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