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Duotone EPX carbon boom

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Created by NiMa 8 months ago, 16 Mar 2019
NiMa
1 posts
16 Mar 2019 7:07PM
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Anyone tried the Duotone EPX carbon boom? Any opinions or reviews.
Looks like an affordable alternative for a not so wealthy dude

John340
QLD, 2009 posts
16 Mar 2019 10:30PM
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I had a 175 to 225 for a month. So far so good.

Grantmac
83 posts
Tuesday , 3 Dec 2019 2:06AM
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Any update? Seems the least expensive modern bend carbon option.

John340
QLD, 2009 posts
Tuesday , 3 Dec 2019 6:40AM
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Grantmac said..
Any update? Seems the least expensive modern bend carbon option.




After 9 months use I can confirm it's a great combination of quality and value. I use the 175 - 225 with my 5.7, 6.2, 7.0 & 7.7 race sails. It's well made and stiff. It's grip is resilient and comfortable with a slight 'V'. The boom clamp, adjustment clips and clew pulleys are solidly made and work well. It feels lighter than my previous Maui and Enigma booms of the same size.

Rob11
218 posts
Tuesday , 3 Dec 2019 10:15AM
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Grantmac said..
Any update? Seems the least expensive modern bend carbon option.



Being black doesn't mean it's carbon

John340
QLD, 2009 posts
Tuesday , 3 Dec 2019 3:17PM
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Rob11 said..

Grantmac said..
Any update? Seems the least expensive modern bend carbon option.




Being black doesn't mean it's carbon


What are you implying?

AUS4
NSW, 1057 posts
Tuesday , 3 Dec 2019 9:52PM
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Rob11 said..

Grantmac said..
Any update? Seems the least expensive modern bend carbon option.




Being black doesn't mean it's carbon


Duotone EPX boom.
The EPX.CARBON is made of carbon in a rigid prepreg monocoque construction.



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