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2012 Jibsaw vs 2012 Revolver

Just picked up a 2012 Rossignol Jibsaw and I love the board so far. It was surprisngly stable while bombing down groomers and very poppy as well. I guess the stability is due to the stiffer flex on the board.

I have an opportunity to buy a Revolver for a great deal and wanted to get some opinions as to whether it's even worth it considering what I have now.
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(Almost) camber vs. hybrid camber means they're different enough that they'd be complementary I suppose... depends on what you ride. You could have the revolver as your flexy jib board and they jibsaw as a stable jump board.

I tried to add a Rossi One Magtek to my quiver but preferred the hybrid camber of my revolver, so I ended up selling the Rossi for a NS proto and am satisfied.

For me it was hard to jump back and forth between different type camber boards, for you it may not be.
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