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Old 01-02-2013, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Good starter kit? Seemed reasonably priced.......
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Old 01-02-2013, 07:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Doesn't seem bad, someone correct me if I am mistaken but I think most irons are the same just rebranded.

I have the Dakine super tune kit and really like it a lot.

I also stick to Hertel Super Hot Sauce for my wax.
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Doesn't seem bad, someone correct me if I am mistaken but I think most irons are the same just rebranded.

I have the Dakine super tune kit and really like it a lot.

I also stick to Hertel Super Hot Sauce for my wax.
Isnt the DaKine kit pricey?
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Isnt the DaKine kit pricey?
They all hit around the same price point. The more expensive Dakine kit usually includes edge gear too. I mean, you can go way cheap if you just want to wax and find any old iron that has consistent heat and then buy some bulk wax for way less than the kits. Although I will admit having a flat iron is really nice.
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I must say go for dakine kit, it's great and cheap in some online stores.
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I think I paid around 80-90 a few years back. Check amazon, eBay, buysnow, dogfunk...but isn't to much more than the oneballjay
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How is the wax that comes with the kit??
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Good for learning to wax, that's about it. Get some quality wax that isn't going to break the bank like Bluebird or Hertel.
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