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Woo hoo

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Created by Surfer62 2 months ago, 12 May 2018
Surfer62
VIC, 1168 posts
12 May 2018 8:41AM
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For the woo followers the new highest Australian woo jump around 20m occured at Point Danger, Torquay yesterday in 40-50 knt winds, very solid swell, irrespective of the woo only 2 guys out boosting and some pretty amazing mega loops going off. Had a beer with em afterwards 2 very stoked kiters.

Richoa
NSW, 376 posts
12 May 2018 9:32PM
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Surfer62 said..
For the woo followers the new highest Australian woo jump around 20m occured at Point Danger, Torquay yesterday in 40-50 knt winds, very solid swell, irrespective of the woo only 2 guys out boosting and some pretty amazing mega loops going off. Had a beer with em afterwards 2 very stoked kiters.


Hey i was on the water with former p1 today, 25-35knots flatwater and he was topping 15 pretty easy, so think he might have a come back in mind??

THE PIN PULLER
WA, 142 posts
26 May 2018 7:45PM
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Was out today ****ing smashing some records lol is the piq or the woo better ??

ActionSportsWA
WA, 535 posts
27 May 2018 8:39AM
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THE PIN PULLER said..
Was out today ****ing smashing some records lol is the piq or the woo better ??


PIQ is more reliable. Of the Woo's we sold (many), they all failed. As did the warranty replacements, and the warranty replacements for them. This was on V1 and V2 and I'm sure they have been sorted since, but Woo has a special place in our business history of being the only product with a greater than 200% failure rate. To be fair, Woo did replace almost every failed unit.

PIQ just works and is easy once setup .

DM



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