Ski Snowboard Tuning Wax Iron 220V
You likely spent a pile of money on your skis or snowboard so don’t run the risk of damaging them with a cheap iron. Precise temperature control of the base plate is vital for 2 reasons.
If your iron is too hot it can permanently melt the base of your board or skis and you also run the risk of your gear de-laming due to the glue melting
Different types of waxes (eg Cold,Warm,Universal Wax) melt at different temperatures. The iron needs to be at a specific temperature to ensure the wax melts correctly (and doesn’t burn / smoke) also ensuring the wax is spread evenly and absorbs into the base properly.
Temperature Range 100 Degrees C (212F) to 180 Degrees C (356F)
Heats Up Quickly
Easy Temperature Control
Dimples to help spread the wax
Compact Ergonomic Body for Easy Comfortable Waxing
6 Inches by 3.5 Inches Base Plate
One of the most simple & most effective irons we have ever used, we love this iron, heats up fast, the beveled edges make moving the iron up and down your base so easily, the dimples stoping suction and helping to spread the wax, the perfect size to make waxing quicker feels great in your hands thus leaving you to have a most enjoyable waxing session.
Wax Ironing Tips:
Set the temperature low enough to melt the wax but not to much so the wax smokes. Make sure the iron never touches any dry base,
Spread the wax evenly with a low to medium pressure, be patient go slowly but constantly moving, never stop in one place on the base.
Ski Snowboard Tuning Side Edge Tuner File Tool
Multi Angle Options 90, 89, 88, 87 Degrees 0, 1, 2, 3
One of the easiest and most durable Ski & Snowboard Side Edge Files around, a must in any technicians tuning kit
The perfect tool to keep the edge angle of your skis or snowboard tuned and rust free.
Whist this tool is only designed for side edges, and not for base edges. We would recommend running a gentle file on your base edges, ultimately it’s your side edge angle that controls the bite of the snow.
How sharp your edges make a big difference to how well your skis or board will cut into the snow. Edges that are sharp and smooth will have less resistance and cut into the snow better giving you more edge control.
Only sharpen contact point to contact point for ultimate control.
The greater the side angle the more the edge will cut into the snow (hard snow) giving you more edge grip. The sharper the edge angle the more frequent maintenance is needed.
A Clean sharp edge means a nice fast ride!