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Old 12-31-2016, 06:16 AM
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Think...maybe...could of...said I have 20 Promo/free test products...to give out...for a season...to test, get feedback, return item to see how item had held up...and go from there... and yes discount item to TT members...would give/get tons of feedback...of course good & bad.

My question ~ 1. does it float or sink to the bottom of the lake? If item was even made of a strong Carbon/plastic, I would be happy...If I could recover it. Patent pending...lol
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Old 01-13-2017, 05:53 PM
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You guys calling this thing flimsy have got it all wrong. I just bought one and it's solid aluminum about 3/16" think. It's not going to bend and it appears very well made. I was really impressed when I took it out of the box. It's got stickers and instructions, just like a real product. It comes with a lanyard and high quality suction cups. Have not tried it yet but expect it will work as well as these things do. Best of the breed IMO.

It's a good deal at list price and I got it on sale for $195.
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It's got stickers and instructions, just like a real product.
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You guys calling this thing flimsy have got it all wrong. I just bought one and it's solid aluminum about 3/16" think. It's not going to bend and it appears very well made. I was really impressed when I took it out of the box. It's got stickers and instructions, just like a real product. It comes with a lanyard and high quality suction cups. Have not tried it yet but expect it will work as well as these things do. Best of the breed IMO.

It's a good deal at list price and I got it on sale for $195.
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Old 01-18-2017, 12:39 PM
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Sorry and thank you from NautiCurl

Hi all,
I'd like to begin by apologizing for my introduction to Team Talk, I didn't initially think it was appropriate to semi-advertise, but still wanted to get the word out. Sorry for my lapse of judgement. Water sports, specifically Wakeboarding and Wakesurfing have my passion. We have put every part of that passion into the product. We've spent time engineering, testing and developing a quality product that riders would be proud to attach to their boats at a fair price point. I'd like to especially thank MC197indy and Moleson10 for their support and hope I can convince others that this is a superior product that Nauticurl will stand behind.

Please use code: TEAMTALK for $25 off your order at NautiCurl.com. We have newly branded boxes, include a koozie, instructions, sticker and a quality Wake Shaper. Offer is good til Valentines Day...for the love of the water!

I welcome any feedback you may have on the product, our website, videos and please visit our 'Story' page if you'd like to learn more about why we're different.
Cheers and sincere apologies.
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Old 01-18-2017, 01:01 PM
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are the springs in the suction cups SS?
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Old 01-18-2017, 03:28 PM
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Boom, bought and paid for. Reasonable shipping to Canada, such a novel idea! Appreciate the discount too.

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Old 01-18-2017, 08:36 PM
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Old 01-19-2017, 07:01 AM
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@wakesurf22 - do you know if this will fit the bottom chine section of the 2006+ MasterCraft X2s? I know that model (and the X15) have issues with many wake shapers due to the large diameter suction cups.
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Old 01-19-2017, 09:00 PM
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CBryan70 - We currently have Stainless Steel springs in manufacturing for our next production run. We had to have 17-7 aircraft grade stainless conical springs custom manufactured to meet our specs. Current version is spring steel. We will be offering replacement stainless springs at no charge, including shipping to all customers. Really easy to swap. Many of our competitors use spring steel, but feel long term, stainless is best.
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