Dynafit FT12


Brand: Dynafit

What do you think about Dynafit FT12?
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Fredde70
02/04/2012
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Strenghts:
Weight!!!

A well-proven bond without childhood diseases.

Weaknesses:
A little strange to get in and the height of the system is not optimal.

Summary:
I have had very good driving and have done a lot with this lovely bond.

Blidee
08/08/2011 (Modified: 27/08/2013)
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Strenghts:
- Easy
- Good contact with the ski
- Wonderful walking mode
- Smooth heels system

Weaknesses:
- All plastic parts break very easily. Plum has made a basically identical bond without plastic parts that are also easier, will change me to them next year.

Summary:
Very good binding that can withstand most things can be dropped if you have the technology for what I do not have ... Do not tolerate sideways in harsh / hard conditions. By the way, it is a very good bond for those who engage in cross-country skiing.

Jonas
Jonas (Guest)
02/09/2009
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Strenghts:
Very stable, have my mounted on a pair of Black Crows Navis (103mm waistline). Compared to my old Diamir Freeride, these are a dream (despite the fact that the Diamir tie is mounted on a narrower slide).

Also works well in piste (if anyone would question this now?)

Ok price, not expensive than eg Mark Duke. (... but much much easier)

Weaknesses:
Changing from ski to walk requires that you get out of the tie (or break and tie a bit). Do not know if this is a big problem, when you usually want to put on the studs then?

If you go late in the season and have to go up to the snow on the pants, there may be trash in the holes on the pants, be sure to pile out this junk (especially in the heel holes) before you get on the ski, so that the tie gets firm and that You do not tamper with binding.

Summary:
BUY!

There is no tie that can compete with Dynafit's FT and ST series if you want a rando bond that is both easy and stable.

Snorkel
Snorkel (Guest)
26/05/2009
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Strenghts:
Good much faster than Naxo and Diamir. Possibly it's worse to drip / jump big if compared to Duke. Because the binding is over one kilo lighter than these and you can handle without the 15 meter drop then buy!

Weaknesses:
Great hope.
Not quite easy to switch from Go to walk without taking off the skis, requiring training a knot movement with foot and stick at the same time.

Summary:
If you think about what you're going for binding then you can finish it. Buy!

UT
UT (Guest)
25/05/2009
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Strenghts:
Low weight, extremely simple and robust construction. Best of all so-called "Freeride bindings" on time. Easy to change height when exercising a little. Easy to "lock" the tie so it never drops, which can have its advantages when riding in extremely steep and deadly battles (what you have to do). The binding works in exactly the same way as the TLT, which has remained unchanged on the market for more than 15 years, so childhood diseases should be gone.

Weaknesses:
- Swimwear and requires pants with ATsulor with Dynafit braces.
- The length must be accurately adjusted to a few tenths of a second when. To far distance and you risk "jumping out" the tie, too short and the tie does not dissolve as it should and the skid can be damaged if the boot is clamped.
- The DIN mode is difficult and inaccurate, requiring knowledge if it is to be placed "on the right".
- Experience as difficult to get in by those who have never used it.
- Requires that you exit from the binding to switch from execution to walk mode.
- The baseplates have a foolish carbon fiber shell that is just cosmetics, possibly making the base plates weaker than the ST bond (ST is identical in zinc construction, except that it has a bit more clumsy feathers and a bit thicker base plates without carbon fiber scale).

Summary:
Renovated rendone zipper that is adapted to ride everywhere without losing the touring properties. Works everywhere, from the queues in Sälen to weekly lifts in Kaschmir.
A superbinding for experts who understand the robustness, the low weight and who have the knowledge to set it right and then exploit the potential of the bond.