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Severne no seamed sail S1 ....

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Created by seabreezer A week ago, 13 Jul 2019
seabreezer
91 posts
13 Jul 2019 12:12PM
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Hi Seabreezers , heard a whisper about this 6 months ago , and now the cat is out the bag on training diaries pozo 4 .... whats the deal with this glued / stitchless sail ? , any ideas if going into production ? , weights etc ? .... could be amazing not having any soggy seams taking up water , aparantly has carbon in it ??? ... any inside knowledge out there .... ?

geared4knots
TAS, 2496 posts
13 Jul 2019 10:14PM
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Sounds good.
Soggy seams taking up water ??? .

I am more than happy with my already lightest sail on the market standard s1 2019.





AUS4
NSW, 991 posts
13 Jul 2019 10:54PM
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forceten
731 posts
13 Jul 2019 10:01PM
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Before you go getting all excited, find out the price

forceten
731 posts
13 Jul 2019 10:01PM
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Before you go getting all excited, find out the price

Relapse
VIC, 297 posts
14 Jul 2019 7:08AM
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Looks like the new membrane DuoTones are more like the previous S1 Pros with each panel printed separately. By the looks of it the new Pros are a different construction

stehsegler
WA, 2975 posts
14 Jul 2019 6:14PM
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A friend in Germany mentioned the DuoTone membrane sails go the AU$ equivalent of about AU$1,700 to AU$ 2,050. Sizes for the Hero membrane apparently are 4.2 to 5.7 . No word on weight. I am guessing prices here will be similar.

sambucabarnes
9 posts
14 Jul 2019 7:38PM
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The duotone hero m is on their website with all the sizes and weights listed

Basher
67 posts
Tuesday , 16 Jul 2019 9:03AM
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Koster's new Severne Blade Pro, at Pozo on Monday.
Photo credit John Carter/ PWA

I think Jaeger Stone has one of the S1s in similar material but he's been on very small sail sizes so far, so has only been seen on standard S1s.
A recent windsurfing.tv video (Pozo training diaries) did show one of Jaeger's larger S1s in this new material, with welded/stichless seams.


I understand that Severne are launching some of the new products this week, at a Pozo evening event.
Those products should include the new sails, plus the new Nano II wave board. You can see pictures of that new board on the PWA site, amongst the Pozo action shots, because Baptiste Cloarec and Mauritz Mauch are both on one.

Foghorn
WA, 184 posts
Thursday , 18 Jul 2019 6:55AM
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More red less grey would be good.
Might match my hair though.

Basher
67 posts
Saturday , 20 Jul 2019 9:24PM
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The Severne 2020 gear has gone online on their website now, as of today.
But the S1 pro is still under wraps as that's not being launched until later this year.

You can however see the other wave sails, including the Pro Blade.
Plus the new Nano is up online, with the new sizes allowing for an 87 litre version in the line up.

www.severnesails.com



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