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Old 28 July 2020, 09:50   #21
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Alright! Keep your knickers on! I’ve just the said they same as this chap ^ but slightly less amicably.

I’ve probably got a skewed attitude towards cheaper ocean equipment watching day in day out for a decade not getting on with poor quality items and therefor having a bad experience or worse!

I’m sure on glassy inland waterways the midrange and cheaper items will be more than sufficient.
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Old 28 July 2020, 09:56   #22
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Alright! Keep your knickers on!.


Such an arse!

Still what do I know, I donít posses the Ďultimate sibí or Ďultimate ribí either.
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Old 28 July 2020, 10:01   #23
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Iím surprised people interested in marine hobbies canít see the different in a quality product and crap.
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Alright! Keep your knickers on! Iíve just the said they same as this chap ^ but slightly less amicably.
If you throw around unnecessary and unfounded insults expect some back-lash
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Old 28 July 2020, 10:13   #24
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Such an arse!

Still what do I know, I donít posses the Ďultimate sibí or Ďultimate ribí either.
I feel like that was taken out of proportion! Just supposed to be some fun....

I think passion for ocean sports is getting the better of me here. Any of you chaps wouldnít advice a punter to purchase the cheapest product on the market in your profession.

Honestly just want the OP to have the most enjoyable experience possible and not leave disheartened like I see all the time.
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Old 28 July 2020, 15:55   #25
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I think the F2 inflatable sups are great for the money , check out the reviews. F2 also make windsurf , surf boards etc.
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I have a Red Paddle board 10.8 with fibre glass paddle. I did my homework and this is the best for the money. Unfortunately I just done seem to get to use it! I have only used it twice and still in bag with pump and leash etc. It still even has the cellephane wrapped around board when rolled up in carry bag. It cost just over £700 new last year. Would you be intested in buying it? I was thinking £625
Is this still available? I have sent a couple of PM's but not heard back.

Time is running out for my wife's birthday.

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I have a Red Paddle board 10.8 with fibre glass paddle. I did my homework and this is the best for the money. Unfortunately I just done seem to get to use it! I have only used it twice and still in bag with pump and leash etc. It still even has the cellephane wrapped around board when rolled up in carry bag. It cost just over £700 new last year. Would you be intested in buying it? I was thinking £625
I bought this from Escapeskiing yesterday, it is a lovely thing, however its actually a 10/6 not a 10/8 which is even better for us.

I bought it because everything else seems to be out of stock and we wanted a board now.

We will use it this year and look for another thru the winter so next year my wife and I can go out in tandem.

If anyone else wants to sell their board, please do get in touch.

Escapeskiing is a honest straightforward Ribnet guy, it was a pleasure meeting you and you have a lovely Rib.
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