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Guest Randy S.

Heh, someone forgot to test the site in various browsers. It sucks big time in Safari (the tank is about 1" tall and that's all I can make out.

Dude, do you work for them, or are you a citizen?

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Originally posted by Randy S.

Heh, someone forgot to test the site in various browsers. It sucks big time in Safari (the tank is about 1" tall and that's all I can make out.

Welcome to Bomber.

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Same in Opera...I had to blow up to like 300% to see anything...nice looking boards

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I hate flash sites, period.

and...you guys are too smart for me...you figgered out the mistakes:)

those bindings do look nice tho...would love to see bigger pictures and details, not some 1" x 1" thumbnail

so...if the original poster works for them, take these suggestions to hear!

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Originally posted by D-Sub

nils..what do you mean by "again?"

Contrary from what you might think from browsing internet carving boards...the Phiokka bindings are extremely popular...and they do quite a bit of OEM work. Virus seems to be the most popular....

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well, I certainly didnt mean anything negative by that. I just didnt understand what he meant

so Phiokka makes OEM bindings for other companies, and these look the same? I looked at the Phiokka site and really couldnt tell since the aforementioned site pics are just too small

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They have got their own line of bindings and boards they produce themself.

I own a pair of phiokka bindings (too heavy and hard...) and are different.

I got to know that spirit produces also for rabanser snowboards.

Their products look good.

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Said again because every other snowboard brand in europe that is interested in alpine is making a snowboard binding with Phiokka.. I'd rather see brands try to invent something intelligent than seeing the same stuff with different stickers!

Phiokka is on the top 3 for bindings !

Nils

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Im sure that the Spirit bindings aren't produced by phiokka because i relly know well phiokka ones.

I owned phiokka bindings for 2 years now.

After 1 year i noticed deep signs over the upper surface of my board in corrispondence of the bindings...

I will ask the spirit crew about it.

Nasopwr

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Originally posted by nils

Said again because every other snowboard brand in europe that is interested in alpine is making a snowboard binding with Phiokka.. I'd rather see brands try to invent something intelligent than seeing the same stuff with different stickers!

Phiokka is on the top 3 for bindings !

Nils

I kinda figured that was what you meant, just wasnt sure. Not living in EU...I havent seen those bindings, but they certainly look good!

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