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02-13-2014 03:08 PM
Kevin137 Product Number is Swix T69A

The cheapest i could find in google was $265 in the USA can't find it at all in the UK, i paid 1300kr
02-13-2014 03:05 PM
Originally Posted by tradnwaves4snow View Post
is that the brush where the end goes in a drill and just move it along the base holding the handle in one hand and drill in the other?
Yes, i bought the boxed set, 100mm we have skis as well as cross country and snowboards, so it made sense to have as i wax 2 boards, 1 set of skis minimum a week...!!!

Got a good price for it as well from G-Sport in Sandvika, worked out cheaper to buy the box set than it did for 2 brushes and spindle...

I may also try some powder wax now i have this as it has the powder applicator in the set...

Been told it is exactly the same for snowboards as for cross country and downhill skis as well...

This is the set i bought... : SwixProduct / Roto Brushes T69A Roto Brush Box, Alpine
02-13-2014 02:54 PM
Originally Posted by Kevin137 View Post
i have the Swix Roto brush setup as well...
is that the brush where the end goes in a drill and just move it along the base holding the handle in one hand and drill in the other?
02-13-2014 02:12 PM
Kevin137 I have a proper Swix Table and the Swix clamps, works very well, takes minutes to put up and down...

I wax and scrape indoors in the laundry area, and have never made a huge mess...!!!

However, the brushing is a major problem, so i have the collapsable / folding swix snowboard wax table as well, which i just throw up outside for brushing, and that takes minutes as i have the Swix Roto brush setup as well... Haha

I have to say, that is probably the best thing i invested in, i hated brushing and it was always that that stopped me from waxing so often... Now it is no issue...!!!
02-13-2014 10:13 AM
balErik I bought a Swix table today and removed the table top and added some pads, works well

02-13-2014 05:39 AM
john doe Workforce 28 in. Folding Sawhorse Twin Pack-17182238 at The Home Depot

I've been using those this season and they work perfect. For edge tuning you just move the board to one side.
02-13-2014 04:52 AM
Originally Posted by chomps1211 View Post
Or do you just "Rock star" ruin the place & bail?
haha if I were to rockstar it I would only bring wax with me, use the hotel dining room table and clothes iron
02-13-2014 04:48 AM
tradnwaves4snow haha. this is a little funny for me because even when I wax at home most times i can't even be bothered to set up the swix table clamps etc, takes too long. I just lay the board on the garage floor with the top of the board resting on the wood thats at the bottom of the door frame. I can see outside, get fresh air, plus its close to the powerpoint.
then I wax it come back to it later after maybe doing some snow shovelling or getting firewood. scrape it while its still on the ground, brush it, screw bindings back on and its good to go.

so do you need a table or clamps while travelling? no, they are not even close to essential if you're trying to save on weight/space. take your iron, wax and scraper... thats it.
02-13-2014 01:11 AM
Originally Posted by surfinsnow View Post

That nasty rant turned off -- seriously...WHY??? I bought all the equipment. Cost some real money. I used it. And quickly realized that it made a shits bit of difference between me spending an evening doing it myself instead of dropping my board off at a reputable shop for tune. You lose an evening, you inhale nasty chemicals, you could be enjoying an evening with real people. Instead you're waxing your board in a cheap motel with rent-a-porn on the tv while everyone else is sitting at an apre ski joint talking about their day!.
I would do gladly go to shop if it was an option, closest one was 1 hour away and we had no transport.
We had to borrow other people gear to wax our boards last time.
Rather have my own gear next time.
02-12-2014 10:34 PM
Triple8Sol Anybody have any experience with this Swix portable waxing stand? I like that it's portable, easy to store, and all-in-one but not sure if it's heavy enough, steady, durable, etc...

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