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Three sides of scraping fury.

Wax on with your iron and scrape off with the DAKINE Triangle Scraper. Sent from the future to dominate your tuning sessions, this scraper benefits from advanced leverage technology thanks to ... the triangular shape. Say what? You read that right, thanks to the six sharpened edges and larger size, you can really scrape that wax down to a race-quality finish. DAKINE even cut out a notch for cleaning your edges so there's no unwelcome sliding when you cruise the groomers between powder laps.

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5 5

dakine ftw..

perfect scraper.. just because with that notch for the edges you you run that side of the scraper on your board its possible to dig into it..

4 5

big scraper

i use this one combined with a smaller one. i use this one first to get the bulk of wax off my board then use the smaller one when it comes time to get the smaller spots that were a little heavier on wax. the corner piece is cool for cleaning up the rails

3 5

good for narrower skis

This was my first scraper and I've had a ton of luck using it on a number of skis. But it does reach it's limit when you put it on a powder ski or snowboard. It requires multiple passes to cover the width of the base and that's just not as convenient or precise as using a longer/wider scraper.

I haven't had trouble holding it, but the rectangular scrapers are much better.
Also, the notch doesn't exactly get the edges as advertised. It kind of works but that's "kind of" like "i am going to have to hit this about ten times to get the wax off the edges."

5 5

All The Scraper You'll ever need

Triangle scrapers are ideal because 3 sides means it stays sharp longer than a standard 2 sided scraper. Also rounded edges assure a good even scrape and no nasty gashes in the base. The 90 degree notch in the corner is great too, never has edge scraping been so simple. ANNNNNND This baby is SHARP out of the box, and sharp is how you want your scraper.

5 5

Gets the job done

Good scraper. You can really muscle it. Reduced my scraping time in half from the traditional rectangle.

5 5

Simply strongest

This stays sharp for a while. It's got a small cut out to scrape out the wax off your edges. The triangle is also the strongest geometric shape, which is why I prefer this scraper to the rectangle scrapers.

2 5

Hard to hold

I don't like this scraper. I find it very hard to hold. It's just too small. I prefer the larger rectangular scrapers. With any scraper you have to make sure they have half decent edge. I can't imagine using this thing will a dull edge.

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I disagree - to me a tri scraper isn't hard to hold, but allows you to work more easily with the undulations of the base. Very few boards / skis are perfectly flat even when new or after stone grinding. A larger scraper will bridge over wax in low spots that will greatly prolong your brush work. Use a long scraper to get most of the wax off, then follow up with one of these, even adding some bend to it to get the wax out of the low spots.

5 5

Cool

This scraper works, which is good. It scrapes the wax off well and stays sharp for a decent amount of time. I like the notch in the corner to scrape wax off my edges. This is a good scraper if you need one.

4 5

Dakine Scraper

I don't know that a scraper really needs to be reviewed, but I guess in case you're curious, I have one of these and it works fine. I personally like the triangular shape, it's easier for me to hold, and fits more compact in storage. It also has the little groove on one of the sides to scrape the wax off the edge of your board.