Swix Evo Pro Edge Tuner

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  • Item #3017
  • $500.00


Swix Evo Pro Edge tuner is a high precision electrical side edge tuner, developed to restore, maintain and give ski edges a World Cup finish. Very easy to operate due to its ergonomically design, quick disc change and easy angle set-up. Another key feature is that the long lasting diamond disc is independent from user pressure, as it is attached to a spring, making it impossible to mistakenly change the radius of the ski.

Equipped with a high quality diamond disc, which hardens the ski edge and makes it more durable. This ensures enhanced performance, especially on ice and artificially snow.

Features:

  • Precision electric edge tuning tool
  • Adjustable edge angle 90° - 85° in one-degree increments
  • 100-240 volt wall plug (can be used internationally with plug adapters)
  • FINE polishing disc included (Medium & Coarse sold separately)
  • For side edges only

Spare Diamond Discs

  • Fine - Super precise World Cup polishing and edge hardener.
  • Medium - General maintenance, and is great when you need to fresh up the edge a bit more than just polishing.
  • Coarse - Angle set-up on new skis or when changing the angle. Also great for deburring when the edge is damaged.

Recreational Skier Bevel Recommendations

Average Recreational Skier Hard Snow Soft Snow
Base Edge Bevel
Side Edge Bevel 1° - 3°
Advanced Recreational Skier
Base Edge Bevel .5° - 1°
Side Edge Bevel 2° - 3° 1° - 2°

Ski Racer Bevel Recommendations

Junior Racer Slalom GS SG & DH
Base Edge Bevel .5° - 1°
Side Edge Bevel
World Class/Elite Racer
Base Edge Bevel 0° - .5° 0° - .5° .5° - 1°
Side Edge Bevel 3° - 4° 3° - 4°

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.


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