G3 Targa T/9


Brand: G3

What do you think about G3 Targa T/9?
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spook
23/10/2003
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First, it must be made clear that there are different G3s.

G3 Targa - binding made of steel
The G3 Targa T / 9 is the lightweight variant made of aluminum.

The latter will inevitably burst because of the mechanical stress that aluminum has the ability to store. so did my both !! bindings after about 30 ski days.
the toe plates simply burst. Have checked around a bit on a telemark forum and got this confirmed.

now drive on G3 Targa and they still hold after a season .... pepper, pepper ...

can agree with other reviewers that G3 is a killer bond, but for G3 T / 9 it can only be a rating, namely the 1st link simply does not.

idiotresor
22/10/2003
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The best thing I tried, at last, is to burn telisar that can be burned with ordinary layers. The anti snow plates actually work. Unfortunately, both anti snow plates have burst out and lost big pieces. Have been waiting for new plates in 3 rounds since the beginning of April but have not received any than ... so they get the 4 best bet on the market but unfortunately it does not really hold all the way and I have not received any new anti snow plates yet it is a mixture of the alpine saw and the importer.

skiX3m
05/04/2002
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Slowly poured the toe part of the toy fast at the ski !!! The feeling of being one with the ski also at Telemark is amazing and great ... if you're used to going with the chili and Riva bindings. Simply the best thing that happened telemarks the rally since the beginning of time.

Model year: 2001
CAD
19/11/2001
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Very good, had no problem at all, almost ... In addition to breaking in the first yard, the welding on the wire dropped. Apparently a common problem in the earlier versions, but is now fixed. Clearly superior to all other wire / spring bonds I've tested, a lot because the springs appear in the compression line. This makes the springs not tire like they do in many other bindings, type Chili and Riva 1/2/3. Good also with the anti-skid plate, it actually works!

Model year: 2000
18/11/2001
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G3 (Genuine Guide Gear) is by far the best telis connection I tested and probably also the best in the market. Ruled the entire last season of the G3 since Chilin collapsed for the third time. Chilin is plainly safe compared to G3 and there was a big difference to the positive on all points. The G3 is very easy, compliant, the more stable the harder you drive, balanced = the ski's top "does not" even if you span the wire to max. Anti ice plate prevents snow from being packed under the boot, no climbing blocks are required (included), good 8mm + 21mm heel rack as accessory. It is a coincidence that Canada's Telis team team uses this tie ...

Model year: 2001