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jeroenmarcia 31st March 2009 10:20 PM

How to order deboichet fins
 
I email them, but no answer! Same with vector fins.

Does anyone know easy available fins that work good for iSonic ?

Why does Starboard design their boards around fins that are hard to get ?

I am not satisfied by the drakes by the way, so that is not an option for me.

willy 1st April 2009 04:43 AM

Hi, i own an IS 101 2009 and the stock Drake 36 cm fin is as bad as it can be, for example it base fit lose in the box so is very risky to use it.
In 2007 i bought from Deb an SL2 36 cm for my IS 111 08 , later on i tried to buy another one from Deb in 2008, emailed them about six times in two months and never had an answer, now last month i received an email from Oriana about my interest in a purchase but already i bought a C3 Venom that is a great fin and a lot cheaper and as good and fast and developed if not more than Debs, you can watch in at http://www.c3-fins.com/C3_web/products.html

nonopr 1st April 2009 06:16 AM

VECTOR FINS: jeff@vectorfins.com
He was out on vacation.

Papounet 1st April 2009 04:47 PM

To much sucess for Deboichet, i think he cant produce enought fin's.

If you are in Europe, you can try with French users, a lot of used as new.
It's easier to get it when you leave near the factory...

Less than 15 days Announcement :

http://www.windsurfing33.com/forum/v...ic.php?t=31952
http://www.windsurfing33.com/forum/v...ic.php?t=32306
http://www.windsurfing33.com/forum/v...ic.php?t=32261
http://www.windsurfing33.com/forum/v...ic.php?t=32333
http://www.windsurfing33.com/forum/v...ic.php?t=32510
http://www.windsurfing33.com/forum/v...ic.php?t=32501

Or try with a shop.
http://www.neway-leucate.com/fr/shop...f_rayon=010000

willy 2nd April 2009 05:58 AM

Agree, too much success, so them should not offer fins through their own web site, they should sell their fins through their distributors, if so, all clients happy and not waiting months for a reply and this post would not exist.
Xcuse my english.

jeroenmarcia 2nd April 2009 11:59 AM

I will try the vector fins. Very quick reply now indeed within a few hours.

For now i have lost my trust in deboichet. No reply and worse, when ordering a fin you have to wait what they send you. Some time ago i ordered an R19 S-- and a R13 S, but the fins are not soft at all. The are worthless to me. I don't know about slalom fins, should be less critical then formula fins i guess, but for that amount of money you may always expect a good fin (within certain tolerances) in my opinion.

nonopr 2nd April 2009 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jeroenmarcia (Post 30854)
I will try the vector fins. Very quick reply now indeed within a few hours.

For now i have lost my trust in deboichet. No reply and worse, when ordering a fin you have to wait what they send you. Some time ago i ordered an R19 S-- and a R13 S, but the fins are not soft at all. The are worthless to me. I don't know about slalom fins, should be less critical then formula fins i guess, but for that amount of money you may always expect a good fin (within certain tolerances) in my opinion.

good choice!!! You will be please.


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