|24th September 2012 09:16 PM|
Biax carbon in futura?
Is biax carbon used in the construction of the 2013 futuras as well?
|20th September 2012 08:39 PM|
|Phill104||Thanks for the info. Clears thing up very well. As I said, I love the iSonics. My current 3 bring me huge smiles every time I use them especially the 107.|
|20th September 2012 08:08 PM|
To not make confusion the real reason of the change between UD to Biax is to
make the board more comfortable and fast and ligther the Biax absobe better the vibration and came to simIlar feeling as the wood but ligther, ligther because no need to add glass on top of the UD. On top of that it's also more stronger thé recason why I say that. The percentage of the footstraps who come off is very low and get lower but the fact with forum it feel like a big thing. Alwys try to make better racing boards in all direction.
The Wood board is the more durable Technology that we have for the iSonic.
Hope it help
All the best
|20th September 2012 12:06 PM|
I would be interested to hear from Remi if the Wood editions are also affected. However, I did examine closely my 107 this last weekend after it got some slight damage from a flying rig. It has had quite a bit of usage that board and the inserts seem to be in tact.
As for other options of the other brands I have played on the RRDs were the only ones that I liked to a similar level. All personal preference though.
|19th September 2012 09:05 PM|
To Phil 104
I can confirm you're right regarding the Isonics are to be compared with little rockets. That's one of biggest issue for me, knowing i have to look out for another brand, but then again, there is an option.
I Have read you also own a SB 107 wood 2011, but have you read the list from Remi for whitch boards are build with the Biax Carbon 150 technique?
My board's footstraps are popping out of the deck as if they weren't stuck in it.
And that's after sailing no more than 20 to 30 hours on it. Hope your board holds out longer than mines did
Good luck to you and hang loose,
|19th September 2012 08:16 PM|
I really hope you manage to get your board sorted. The iSonics really are great boards as I am sure you know. I love mine and would not want to change to any other brand offering.
|19th September 2012 08:07 PM|
|Phill104||Might be worth obfuscating your email addy as best you can or every spammer will be your best friend.|
|19th September 2012 07:41 AM|
dimitri lagendijk his email
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|19th September 2012 02:37 AM|
Can i have your email address, thanks
All the best
|18th September 2012 02:58 PM|
Not all isonics have durability problems
I feel sorry for those that have had durability problems. I just want to say that I think this does not apply to all isonic wood boards. I have the IS101 from 2008 and my board has held up incredibly well. I use this board with 6.4 7.1 and 7.7 sails (it is my only slalom/speed board) and sometimes it is very choppy. I think I have really used this board quite hard since I don’t have any smaller board for speed, probably done about 3000km on it and it still feels rock hard. My heels are hurting from running fast over chop so I have often wondered how long the board will manage. Compared to older boards like the f2 axxis that got very soft under the foot after I few years and my RRD FSW from 2004 with carbon deck but glass bottom that gets dented by every little knock on the bottom. I also have to say that my naish wave boards have had very good quality as well. I fully understand that if one board I disappointing you tries something else when you have the chance. I avoid RRD since I had one bad RRD board. I also think one or two years warranty is not worth that much since many boards are not used that regularly. If you sail it 20 times and 2hrs each the one year warranty is in reality a 40hrs of use warranty. I think that the distributors should be extra generous in countries that have a very short sailing season because of the winter.
|This thread has more than 10 replies. Click here to review the whole thread.|