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Test Waxing Iron

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  • Tool
Tools: Iron
Temperature: na
Application: Snowboards and Skis
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboards
  • Alpine Skis
  • Cross Country Skis
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Test Waxing Iron

When it comes to board wax, the Test Pilot Race Paste Rub On Wax certainly aims to deliver everything a rider could ever want. The high quality paste is meant for any snow conditions, making for an extremely smooth and reliable ride. Of course to sweeten the pot, it is also very easy to apply, making it a great all-around choice.

Wax Iron

Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "What can I say, it is just wax"

    Pros: Smells good, Price, Cons: Wears off fast,

    There isnt anything special about this wax. Like Others have said, it gets the job done but wears off after a few runs. But hey, you can often find it discounted here which Is nice, add in your own member point discount and it is hard to pass up.

  • "Wax On: Wax Off"

    , Havertown, PA
    Pros: Goes on Smooth, Comes off Hard, Cons: Pricey,

    Decent Wax, it does what it needs to do, seep into the pours, and fills most of the scars on the board. Long process to wax your own board though.

  • "OK Wax"

    , Murray, KY
    Pros: Does the job, Smells good, Cheap Cons:

    This is ok wax. I went 4 times on one waxing. It melts pretty easy and smells good too. There is forsure there is better wax out there.

  • "Does its job"

    , Golden, CO
    Pros: Melts easily, Doesn't crack, Smells nice Cons:

    I wax my board after every 5 trips to the mountains or so, and this stuff works fine.

  • "Average"

    Pros: None, Cons: None,

    My friend has this and I used it once. I didn't notice a difference from other waxes.

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on Christmas wish list; better than using an old regular iron
Charlene R on Nov 24, 2013
Whats the difference between a test iron and a regular waxing iron? Does it make a difference?
A shopper on Oct 18, 2013
Best Answer: I'm not sure what you'd consider to be a regular waxing iron, but I've always liked the Test Pilot Iron. It hold a consistent heat, has slightly thicker heat pad, and adjustable dial temp settings.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Oct 24, 2013
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