Fritschi Diamir


Brand: Fritschi
Modelyear: 2001

What do you think about Fritschi Diamir?
5
4
3
2
1
3.6
7 reviews
Jeppe
Jeppe (Guest)
21/05/2007
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Strenghts:
Smooth design, GOOD IDEAS!

Weaknesses:
The toe break is bursting and you will probably get a new toe again and again, but what should you do with your broken knee, brains, etc, one year's rehab was the cash for me. No help or compensation can you expect from the worthless company Fritschi Diamir ..
Boycott for all future to me ..

Summary:
Well ... Take tractors and common bonds instead of risking their lives.

björne
björne (Guest)
06/05/2005
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Plus: Good performance, lighter than Trekkers, good compromise, high impressor effect.
Minus: Not even tough, so the control of the ski is worse, known quality problems, so nothing for the fun park!

norskar
21/04/2004
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
I recently went on them and they are awesome Ski de randonnée bindings are not the easiest but they work well anyway. very stable for and being Ski de Randonnée bonds and I had no problems with them when I was driving and drove Dome des Ecrins at 4015m.

Putte_the_skibum
21/06/2002
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Works excellent to what it is built for. However, something unsustainable with ordinary boots and aggressive rides.

Have put me on a pair of replaceable plates so I can drive with regular bindings or telisbindings as I want on a couple of skis. It probably increases the score on the Diamir that I would otherwise have been a little pushed to not hold on when you pull on properly.

Model year: 2002
jeppe29
22/12/2001
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
Have driven with it for 2 seasons. Works well both up and down, clearly the best randonee system when comparing function / weight (the new one is still better). But does not get the same direction, and the trigger is not as safe as for a regular bond if you land strangely. Both me and my friend drove our Diamir last year, got completely new ties on studs without questions or money in the first best ski shop (in Verbier). They run with lifetime warranty whatever you do with the bond ... :-)

Model year: 1999
HAWK
06/12/2001
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
I think it works excellent, above all. Have not used it so much insanely but imagine that it does not palladize anything for hard downs. In addition, the DIN scale goes to only 10. However, this season is a new fashion. It looked in the winter and it seems to be significantly more outdated: Nigger higher, less plastic, DIN 12 etc. The price is a few hundred cheaper in the alps (around 1500-1600) against Sweden. We buy - buy new model!

Model year: 2000
freeride_nu
02/12/1999
Note! This text has been translated by Google Translate.
Show original
It's basically a Haute Route binding. But is good as well as performance. Throw the Securafix that only takes place and weighs the back. This is the best combination choice. In addition, much easier than a regular bond. But a warning! Do not set it too long if you drive with regular slalom jumps. It has happened that the toe part is peeled when set with normal bias.
/ Gurra

Model year: 1999