Roto handle with hexagonial drive shaft and protection cover that fits 100 mm wide Swix Roto Brushes.
CH08X economic training and racing wax as well as base preparation wax for warm skis. Good in dry conditions. Easy to melt and very convenient to work with. (Temperature range from +4°C to -4°C) Iron temperature: 130°C.
CH10X - good wax for base preparation and training. For racing we recommend to go with fluoro wax in this temperature area. (Temperature range from +10°C to 0°C) Iron temperature: 120°C.
Cold LF wax for dry friction conditions, which can perfectly be used alone as a race wax when the air humidity is low. It performs very well on artificial snow and has a great durability. (Temperature range from -12°C to -32°C). In the warmer part of the temperature range, and when high air humidity, Cera F powder, such as FC04X will increase the performance. Iron temperature: 155°C.
Soft wax with low melting point. Recommended as the first wax on all new skis to make the base accustomed to hot irons. BP99 is also recommended for skis or boards in the “Hot Box”. The temperature in the Hot Box should never be higher than 55°C. Higher temps than 55°C in the hot box can cause delamination of the base. Iron temperature: 110°C.
This wax is very versatile. Its area of use stretches from base for Cera F powder, racing wax and base prep wax for cold skis. LF06X has a good durability and offer great performance on artificial snow. (Temperature range from -5°C to -10°C) When used as a base for Cera F,we recommend the new FC06X powder. Iron temperature: 145°C.
"T77" - Great economy iron which is competitive with far more expensive models. Redesigned from scratch with an ergonomic body and a wide metal plate that suits both alpine, snowboard and nordic. Angled at one side to make it easier to keep a constant speed when melting the wax. The thick metal plate ensures a stable heating. Plate dimension 100x160 mm. 220 Volt, 800 Watt.
A fluorinated wax formula (MB77) for conditioning ski and snowboard bases. Formulated for mid-range temperatures plus the addition of molybdenum for further resistance to snow abrasion. Can be used alone for general skiing or training, and can also provide a base for Cera F Powders and waxes. Iron temperature: 135°C.
CH03 is a special synthetic hydrocarbon powder wax to add to other waxes to increase their durability and to protect the base from ice abrasion. For especially abrasive snow, such as newly man-made snow, apply the wax of choice and then iron. While the wax is still in liquid form, or at least still warm, sprinkle CH3 over the wax. Even a generous amount will not effect glide. Then iron the CH3 powder into the wax layer. Allow cooling, then scrape and brush away the excess.