Daiwa fuego lt and daiwa back bay lt have mag seal, which is a pretty cool feature to waterproof the reel with an hydrophobic layer of liquid instead of traditional rubber seal so you get smoothness while still having some water resistance which is important for saltwater. Daiwa fuego has great feature for a budget reel while daiwa saltist back bay has many luxury features for a sub $200 reel. However, you just have to be careful when you self service a mag seal reel since you don’t want to mess with the liquid layer seal since you can’t find the liquid yourself easily to replace. There’s a tutorial for it on youtube from tackleadvisor. Lt component is also great that makes the reel light but still durable.
Daiwa bg is a more classic saltwater work horse. It doesn’t have magseal but it does have corrosion resistance bearings from my understanding. (daiwa saltist backbay is an upgraded bg with better gear and magseal)
Shimano nasci has some rubber sealing as well on both sides where the handle comes in and the spool shaft. Though the seal design on the spool shaft/before the antireverse is a bit weird but still work okay. It generally is a solid shimano spinning reel. Shimano spinning reel typically has the best line lay if you care about that.
None of those reels have bail problems at all. I tried out a $100 okuma reel which was on sale for like $80. It even have a slight bail problem compared to my shimano reels.