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The DAKINE Super Tune Kit includes everything you need to give your ride(s) a tip-to-tail tuning job for the next day's early morning departure to Zermatt, Switzerland. This zippered bag holds an adjustable-temperature iron, wax, scrapers, files, P-tex, and on, and on, and on. When you're done using the DAKINE Super Tune Kit, your board or skis (and likely all of your friends' decks) will ride just like new.

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What is the difference between the euro...

What is the difference between the euro and USA version of this? temp guage? I'm asking because the USA version is out of stock.

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The voltage on the iron is different. Its 220 v.s. 110, which is the standard home current. Also the European woman's version smoke more and don't shave their pits. They're also peace-loving. I would try to find the US version. USA USA USA !

I'm interested in do-it-yourself ski tuning....

I'm interested in do-it-yourself ski tuning. Waxing and shapening. Do I need a full kit like the DAKINE Super Tune Tuning Kit or can I just get sharpener and some wax? What do you suggest?

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I used to dabble with tuning friends skis and snowboard for a little spare change.I didn't do race grade tunig, but I have found a that an adjustable file guide (allows for different angles to be placed on the edge) , a good metal file, some wax, and a scraper can do a pretty decent job. Herein lies the problem, the tools I mentioned above, purchased separately can easily cost as much as the Supertune kit. If your serious about doing it yourself, invest early and you'll save money in the long run. So for a final answer, here's what I would do:1: Get yourself a fixed angle edge file and some rub on wax. 2: Use em. Notice the difference3: Decide if you want to go all in or get just the basics.4: Ski often, wax often, and enjoy.