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MikeC  
#1 Posted : Thursday, August 30, 2012 8:01:25 PM(UTC)
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Want to buy walking sticks (COMPACT 4-FIZAN you look very soft aluminium)

You can buy in the UK and send to Earth. Cost 50GBP. Do you know if there is a cover??

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#2 Posted : Thursday, August 30, 2012 10:05:40 PM(UTC)
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Conversion to dollars $ 79. There is payment of VAT on the amount.
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#3 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 1:52:21 AM(UTC)
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It's no small import taxes.
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#4 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 11:05:19 AM(UTC)
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-No experience
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#5 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 2:36:39 PM(UTC)
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Good bet.

ד"א-these sticks look very anninim. Big (and COMPACT, the three easiest parts) are the lightest aluminum. And similar or better from LEKI's carbon sticks and BD

For those who want to reduce weight but don't want to risk the delicate as GOSSAMERGEAR or RUTALOCURA sticks and have folding sticks (because flying in an airplane) is worth looking

Report when they

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#6 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 11:30:01 PM(UTC)
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Actually does look interesting. I'd love to hear criticism.

General question:
Folding sticks always come without shock absorbers? Or since you can find folding sticks with bash?
How resistant folding sticks compared to the usual clubs? Is there a significant difference?
MikeC  
#7 Posted : Sunday, September 2, 2012 4:23:52 PM(UTC)
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I assume you mean those who like folding tent poles (say BD ULTRA DISTANCE) as opposed to the "ordinary" telescope

If so I'm not familiar with bash. I think it's just not on YOUR GOALS because whoever makes DESIGN folds like the minimum weight.

Anyway I think bash it (opinion have of course)

About strength-it's-but because the planning objectives as stated most folding weaker.

Check out BPL REVIEW they did to BD ULTRADISTNCE and example to FIZAN. The answer is a big "Yes" significantly smoother folding

Of course that also could be hard CRABON very structurally if using large diameter (the diameter increases rigidity squared) but the weak point to Kaliba, scratches and bruises are isolated.

The course can bend aluminum on the edge but mostly can warp and at least used to.

I wanted light and folding sticks to cell size and flight (of course it is no constraint for those who travels around the House) but these too:
1) can work with the MLD mean height TRAILSTAR adjustable from 90 to about 120
2) will be strong enough to TRAILSTAR or TARP (and BD ULTRA not really
3) will be strong enough food (!) to lean on them happens less well-appointed but trails in the ncrathi light acarbon OFFTRAIL just breaking.
4) have alternating SONG that can put the snow (some very light no acarbon) and carbide tip
5) will not be a subtle way be afraid with the claim that akrbonim feel falls etc because strikes could crack

Mickey

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#8 Posted : Tuesday, September 4, 2012 3:07:25 AM(UTC)
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How cool! I enjoyed your tips and knowledge.
Thanks for the comment. Never got interested in BD then renewed ULTRADISTNCE.
Of course, now I'm staying with my telescope but it's always good to meet a wide range of products available in the market.
imtl  
#9 Posted : Tuesday, September 4, 2012 3:12:41 AM(UTC)
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I went with Carboniferous thousand km. They are great and there is no problem to go with them. Aluminum is soft and won't hold by rough terrain. You bend it easily.
MikeC  
#10 Posted : Tuesday, September 4, 2012 3:53:06 PM(UTC)
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Imtl (name?)

According to your site, and so you travel a lot and you are factually correct and many Americans who use them. Needless to say I might one day buy one too easy krbonim.
But!!

Can't help you on the Court is clear: softer but bent aluminum and carbon are much more rigid but when broken or cracked it. It would thus always be (that's exactly ד"א was also the situation with the road bike as I raced many years ago when I fell with the rear holder CANONDALE bent and gave blow and ride all the way home and it just broke in MONOCOQUE KESTREL)

Also-don't know what you've done and what orbits OFFTRAIL hard it was and how you treat the COMMON equipment but overall he BE as presented. Even the manufacturers (GG and RUTA) wrote me that those limits.

I don't think the difference arises only from ד"א materials. The reality is that most clubs are we talking acarbon they UL or is XUL definition is trying to do very easy and its meaning is relatively small thickness. In contrast the aluminum sticks are more EXTREME, ALPINE and heavier so thick, making them more. I guess that make like I bought my husband a relatively small wall thickness for Aluminum vs CARBON fiber OEM MAINSTREAM LAPTOPS, like the DB LEKI or more it has been much closer.

Work a little networking (GGL and BPL) find a lot (!) stories of GGLT4 or RUTAYANA or BD ULTRA that broke and very few stories about LEKI etc aluminum breaking (don't forget to normalize the amount comsptoalit-there I guess p 1000 ~ 5000 more exotic than standard sticks.

I just did a comparison and sticks of FIZAN are very easy for a telescopic aluminum or carbon!! The reason is, beyond the thickness slightly smaller, they do not have any external part of the locking mechanism (usually FLICKS or rings or plastic and metal that holding to rotate to lock.

Mickey
imtl  
#11 Posted : Tuesday, September 4, 2012 4:11:31 PM(UTC)
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My friend,

First of all manufacturers write things to remove themselves as much responsibility if problems with a product.

If Americans use carbon or not, it's not an important point.

I think thousands of square kilometres of walking with sticks of carbon are sufficient as a lecturer and accumulating experience didn't break me even once. I have had comprdel and now it's GG's I went hard spaces and a lot of trail. Don't worry.
Had aluminum. They also held.

I think maybe you you just don't know how to walk with canes.

Bottom line and physical as specified. Even if aluminum stick "curves". It was the first time you buy new. So it can actually crack and break. What happens if the warp fabric strong and you try to twist back and still keep walking on hard surfaces.

Don't need a court or lawyers to understand it. Perhaps only in a class action against the manufacturers.

I have no problem with the sticks you found for Kenya. Wish you many pleasant walks with them. Just giving my opinion on carbon. I have nothing against other types. And it doesn't really care what others choose. I am not a follower of any equipment. Should not get excited so if you're a salesman of aluminum sticks.

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MikeC  
#12 Posted : Tuesday, September 4, 2012 9:27:22 PM(UTC)
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Arik  
#13 Posted : Monday, September 17, 2012 4:03:01 PM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = ninelives99] actually does look interesting. I'd love to hear criticism.

General question:
Folding sticks always come without shock absorbers? Or since you can find folding sticks with bash?
How resistant folding sticks compared to the usual clubs? Is there a significant difference?


... I got to see them folding fork rods are positioned between the static grip the stick.
For those interested in bolami shocks, it seems they're not bad.
MikeC  
#14 Posted : Monday, September 17, 2012 5:16:23 PM(UTC)
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@ARIK. I saw sticks where suspension is basically the handle but have not yet had experience folding sticks (= not telescopic) with them. I think the reason is not technical ability but their mandate has forecast a minimum weight. Laya mean?

@ Anat came easier. Indeed very soft and look nice. Maybe get some images and data. And of course I use reports

Mickey
Arik  
#15 Posted : Tuesday, September 18, 2012 10:43:58 AM(UTC)
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Yes ... Right, the intention was to make it easier the lock without telescopic flare.
Wrong, wrong ...
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