Mr Tooltonic at ECS: discount prices & new Ice-Catcher!

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Mr Tooltonic at ECS: discount prices & new Ice-Catcher!

Post by fivat » Wednesday 25 January 2006, 21:44

The inventor of the famous Tooltonic sharpener will be present at the ECS for the third time! Jean-Bernard Tschäppät, from www.tooltonic.com , is a nice and passionate guy. His innovative products are already well known from the competitors (and the SWOARD Team who uses them).

During the event, you can get all products with a discount of -10% at least, and even -20% or -50%! For example...


:arrow: The best seller: Tuning-File Set TF10 (Edge Sharpening Set 90°-84°)
  • normal price: 66 Euros (99 CHF), discount -10%

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    including a milling file & diamond, a sidewall-plane and a protective case:

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    Spare part / accessory: Milling file & diamond LFG10 / Finishing file & diamond LF10

    normal price: 16.90 Euros (24.90 CHF), discount -20%
    reduced price: 13 Euros (20 CHF)

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:arrow: New since 2005: Roto-Finish RF400
  • normal price: 59 Euros (89 CHF), discount -10%

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    Spare part DRE400 for the Roto-Finish:

    normal price for the 2 diamonds 400 (self-adhesive): 23 Euros (34 CHF), discount -50%
    reduced price: 11.50 Euros (17 CHF)
:arrow: New since 2006: Ice-Catcher IC10
  • normal price: 54.40 Euros (79 CHF), discount -10%

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    It's the new secret tool! :D See below how the edge can be shaped!

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:arrow: Workbench X-Flat XF10
  • normal price: 159 Euros (243 CHF), discount -20%
    reduced price: 127 Euros (195 CHF)

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    Light, fast and practical for the servicing of the snowboards! I highly recommend the X-Flat!
    I love it, it makes me save a lot of time in the chalet... 8) Opened and closed in 5 seconds. No accessories required.

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    Please, if you wish a X-Flat, write me an e-mail and I will inform the guy. He must know approximately how many workbenches to bring.
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Tooltonic, great

Post by Hans » Thursday 26 January 2006, 0:45

Patrice,

This is really nice. About that new sharpener, IC10. Did you already use it at your SWOARD. What were the results?? Will your steel sides not sooner be worn out??

Greets, Hans.

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Re: Tooltonic, great

Post by fivat » Thursday 26 January 2006, 8:36

Hans wrote:About that new sharpener, IC10. Did you already use it at your SWOARD.
No, it's too new! We will test it at the ECS.
Hans wrote:Will your steel sides not sooner be worn out??
Yes I think so, but we will discuss with the guy at the ECS.
For the ice conditions, it's in my opinion the best tool ever made.

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Post by harald » Thursday 26 January 2006, 8:43

As said in another post, this is the most effective sharpening tool I have used, and with respect to all functions also the cheapest. It is highly recommended. I am looking forward to see the ice sharpening device. Living in a humid climate near the sea, the slopes many times turns like hockey rinks during the winter.
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Post by Simon » Wednesday 1 March 2006, 21:44

any news about the ice-catcher? has somebody tested it in Grimentz?

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Post by The Blitz » Thursday 2 March 2006, 10:59

Simon wrote:any news about the ice-catcher? has somebody tested it in Grimentz?
We see it in Grimentz, but I think it's not for our personnal use...
Much more for skiing competitors.
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