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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby jaystore » Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:44 am

Riding a foild board could be complex, specially if you want to jibe or tack.
DYNABAR will help a bit, no need to jibe or tack!

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby fredmendes » Thu Oct 24, 2013 7:35 pm

Why don't you offer different shipping options?

33€ shipping to Portugal? (I imagine the same to many of the other European countries). That's the only reason why I haven't bought one yet.

69€ for the Dynabar XT 2013 and 33€ for the shipping?

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby jaystore » Fri Oct 25, 2013 7:46 pm

We offer two type of shipment, one express more expensive and one by ground less expensive.

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby leoaraka » Fri Jan 09, 2015 6:22 pm

Does anyone sell the Dynabar in Brazil? I would love try it.

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby Bille » Fri Jan 09, 2015 7:21 pm

leoaraka wrote:Does anyone sell the Dynabar in Brazil?
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321 kiteboarding sells them ; they would be less expensive than
ordering it from Europe .
Tell them i sent you ; they will charge Ya ($ 1) more . :D

I have the Dynabar V7 XT, from them ; it has a real wide spreader-pad
and is quite comfortable, (doesn't hurt my ribs). I use it with a DaKine harness
that is one size too small , because the V7 is a bit longer in the belt-size, than
a stock spreader from other companies.

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby downunder » Sat Jan 10, 2015 3:10 am

Hey guys,

I've got the Dynabar and replaced Dyneema. Now I am experiencing Dyneema stretching OR my Bowline knot is not good ( http://www.animatedknots.com/bowline).

Can someone advice is the rope really stretching, do I need to buy a pre-stretched (?) or which knot to use?

Thanks

D.

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby cleepa » Sat Jan 10, 2015 3:36 am

downunder wrote:Hey guys,

I've got the Dynabar and replaced Dyneema. Now I am experiencing Dyneema stretching OR my Bowline knot is not good ( http://www.animatedknots.com/bowline).

Can someone advice is the rope really stretching, do I need to buy a pre-stretched (?) or which knot to use?

Thanks

D.

It's not the Dyneema stretching, it's your knot shifting as it tightens up under load.

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby iblocalsurfer » Sat Jan 10, 2015 3:36 am

downunder wrote:Hey guys,

I've got the Dynabar and replaced Dyneema. Now I am experiencing Dyneema stretching OR my Bowline knot is not good ( http://www.animatedknots.com/bowline).

Can someone advice is the rope really stretching, do I need to buy a pre-stretched (?) or which knot to use?

Thanks

D.


That stretch will happen. Just undo 1 of the knots and shorten the line. Not sure what the ideal knot to use is. I just use a figure eight knot. Also found the thinner Dyneema wears so much less. (Included a pic). Just make sure to periodically check the little plastic flange that protects the rope in the hole.
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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby downunder » Sat Jan 10, 2015 4:40 am

Thanks for the reply. Yep, it might be the combination of both, stretch + knot moving.

Either way, the plastic flange is gone. I guess wear and tear. Sanded off sharp edges so good to go.

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Re: Dynabar XT 2013, the most advanced solution ever

Postby windsuks » Sat Jan 10, 2015 1:06 pm

\While on a recent trip once the rope had stretched I tied some rope around the excess on the back of the Dynabar to keep it tight rather than undo and redo the knot, it seems to have worked brilliantly.


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