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Any pictures found around the internet? An e-catalogue, perhaps?
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Any idea on how the M9SE's Medial Coarse adjustments work in comparison the the M9's MINIratchets? And any weights on those two? I imagine they'd be less precise.
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Hi Guys,

We are just back from SIA in Denver and I wanted to open up a thread for Q and A on Flow 2012. The lineup looks INSANE!

Higlights on bindings include Urethane multi-adjustable highbacks, Mind blowing weight savings, and refinements of straps, cables, and ratchets.

Any questions on Flow 2012, ask away. We are stoked to be going on our 16th year as a Flow dealer!
Hi,

I have a pair of Flow NXT FR 2010 bindings, which I like but are much heavier than my Burton P60s especially with the aluminium 'Channel ICS' disk insert.
Are the new 2012 NXT FR's any lighter? Are they significantly different?

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Hi,

I have a pair of Flow NXT FR 2010 bindings, which I like but are much heavier than my Burton P60s especially with the aluminium 'Channel ICS' disk insert.
Are the new 2012 NXT FR's any lighter? Are they significantly different?

Thanks,
RJJ
Hi RJJ,

The 2012's were only modestly changed over the 2011's. I would expect very similar weights.

Although the FR was not in this group, we weighed a group of bindings last year and came up with this:

Here are some actual weights measured on our shipping scale. For each this was a single Size Large binding with disk and all mounting hardware:

Flow NXT-FSE = 2 lbs 4.8 oz

Flow Quattro SE = 2 lbs 2.37 oz

Flight 2 Men's = 2 lbs 3.1 oz

Rome 390 = 2 lbs 2.32 oz

Union Force = 2 lbs 2.44 oz


Flow bindings are typically right in there with high end standard entry bindings weight wise.

We have begun recieveing 2012 Flow already and have two more 40 foot containers on their way to us as we speak

When we get that unpacked and counted in, I will get some weights on the new models. My guess is that they are similarly weighted to last year.


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Any idea on how the M9SE's Medial Coarse adjustments work in comparison the the M9's MINIratchets? And any weights on those two? I imagine they'd be less precise.
I have the same adjustments on my 2011 Quattro's. They are just bolts instead of mini ratchets. Not as fine of adjustment so if you need your strap to be just perfect it's going to be harder. It was fine for me and it does cut some ounces if you care.

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