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Dakine Adjustable Tuning Snowboard Iron 2014

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  • Tool
Tools: adjustable temperature control, Beveled edges for smooth iron movement
Temperature: n/a
Application: n/a
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboards
  • Alpine Skis
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Dakine Adjustable Tuning Snowboard Iron

Key Features of the Dakine Adjustable Tuning Snowboard Iron:
  • Adjustable temperature control
  • Beveled edges for smooth iron movement
  • For use with all Dakine cake wax

Adjustable Tuning

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Dakine Adjustable Tuning Snowboard Iron
Already Asked: 3 Questions, 8 Answers
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Kevin M: Lots of boards and skis to maintain so decided tostart doing my own waxing. Nov 14, 2013
Diana L H: This iron was recommended to me. Oct 17, 2013
A shopper asked: How hot should I have the iron when using? Oct 8, 2013
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Justin H: When just dripping the wax on to the board it doesn't matter, but when spreading the dripped wax across the base you want to use as little heat as possible. From what I've seen different types of wax will melt at different temps so having a variable control really helps speed up the process i.e. pre wax ,base prep and hot/cold wax ( wax with an ideal temperature zones for use) and micro speed wax . Now understand that you have metal in your base whether it's your core , the nuts for your binding screws, or your edges and these will expand and contract with heat which can damage your base over time and lead to a number of different problems. It is just another great reason to have a variable heat control iron. If you are just starting out it would behoove you to jump on youtube and watch a few videos to really understand what you are suppose to be doing. This iron has been amazing , It's durable I probably do about 30 boards a season for the past 2-3 years and it always works like a champ. Oct 8, 2013
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Tim K: I usually go from 110 to 120.. That seems like a safe zone for me. Just go with what you feel, I prefer to take my time when I wax. If you see any smoke at all do not put that iron on your board, let it cool down a little. Nov 13, 2013
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ROBERT H: My son sets his iron between 100 and 120. He waxed 5 separate snowboards last season, and they all worked well on the slopes. Oct 12, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Set tuning iron on a low setting; just warm enough to melt wax. You do not want your wax to smoke during application. Oct 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: What range of voltage input does the iron require? Aug 28, 2013
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melinda Z: this iron uses standard 120V 60hz wall socket. works like a charm, great temp control i totally recommend buying Sep 21, 2013
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Justin H: 120v @ 60 hz pulls 850 watts ( standard American plug) Aug 28, 2013
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