#1 Ski Base Edge Beveler in the World!
Our proven stainless steel and polycarbonate design is tremendously successful with ski tuning techs around the world. This uniquely designed ski base edger features angled side arms, a "tongue" file grip, and ergonomic finger rests, all allowing for efficient cutting and an easy, comfortable grip. The stainless steel floating elevation bar tilts the file or stone at a precise angle for easy set-up and maintenance of base edge bevels.
Why Base BEAST is #1
The polycarbonate used in the Base BEAST main frame is one of the toughest and most stable materials available and is used in many high tech applications, including eyeglass lenses, Blu-ray discs, and bulletproof shields.
The accuracy of the Base BEAST is assured by a patented design, which maintains the base angle with a precise stainless steel elevation bar set at the optimum distance from the ski edge.
This durability of material combined with an accurate, easy to use design makes Base BEAST the #1 selling base edge beveler in the World!
Precision Stainless Steel Elevation Bar
Designed with the precise accuracy and gliding properties of a stainless steel elevation bar.
Swivel Elevation Bar Design
Elevation bar swivels to always lie flat on the ski base for maximum accuracy and prevention of any possible base damage.
Polycarbonate Main Frame
Constructed of durable, rigid polycarbonate for long life and is also soft enough to prevent edge damage, unlike metal frames that must rely on Delrin inserts that wear out easily.
Angled side arms for an efficient cutting angle, finger rests on side and tongue for an easy, comfortable grip.
Frame colors indicated base bevel
Choice of 0.5° Orange, 0.75° Green, 1° Red, 1.5° Blue, and 2° Black
Recreational Skier Bevel Recommendations
|Average Recreational Skier||Hard Snow||Soft Snow|
|Base Edge Bevel||1°||1°|
|Side Edge Bevel||1° - 2°||1° - 2°|
|Advanced Recreational Skier|
|Base Edge Bevel||.5° - 1°||1°|
|Side Edge Bevel||2° - 3°||1° - 2°|
Ski Racer Bevel Recommendations
|Junior Racer||Slalom||GS||SG & DH|
|Base Edge Bevel||.5° - 1°||1°||1°|
|Side Edge Bevel||2° - 3°||2° - 3°||2° - 3°|
|World Class/Elite Racer|
|Base Edge Bevel||0° - .5°||.5° - 1°||.75° - 1°|
|Side Edge Bevel||3° - 4°||3°||3°|
The angle ranges listed are variable depending on snow hardness, speed and your strength and skill level. A high level, technical skier tends to encounter hard and icy snow conditions. An increased bevel angle enables the base edge to be in immediate contact with the snow surface and side edges to penetrate deeper for better grip. A less experienced athlete may find that these extreme bevels tend to cause the ski to hook too quickly and edges to bite into the snow too much. This can cause erratic ski performance and possible knee injury.