Linken Linken


Brand: Linken

What do you think about Linken Linken?
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ulno7633
15/02/2008
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Strenghts:
Binding is generally very good.
Stable.
The step-in feature is amazing.
Easy to maintain.

Weaknesses:
Quality problems (thank goodness, they have a very generous policy for sending spare parts)
Difficult to grab parts

Summary:
A good product despite some quality problems. The price is high, but the formation is worth it.

Bronkenstein
07/08/2006
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Strenghts:
Very stable bond.

Weaknesses:
Many .... Delicate. I broke 2 different ex. on 8 ski days by splitting the entire toe plate out of the screws and outwards. Same mistake both times. In the ride I also missed the suspension and excitement you get with Cobra, Riva or most other bindings.

Summary:
Do not buy this bond if you are big and heavy !! it does not stop !! Are you lighter than 70kg, it's certainly better. The tie is very stable and easy to drive with its negative sides ...

nooki
08/12/2005
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Strenghts:
A very nice and clean bond, appreciated by an aesthetic like me;) Very stable and easy to drive. Good to go with. Nice staff who sets it up, for example, sent a new toe with a friend on the train the same day I called even though he was sick with broken broken leg ...

Weaknesses:
The early can crack the toe part, the spring in the back part.

Summary:
A really good bond. Kulö that's good stuff here in the north! Kahru is okay on the ski slopes!

smokk
18/02/2004
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I've used Link since they came to market. No doubt there were some problems to start with, but now they work excellent. Very good power transmission and a swollen stable bond. Can agree that it is heavy, but you have to live with it when you get so much again.

rangle
15/12/2003
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The link has been tested by the link from the corresponding discussion at friflyt.no: When we launched the Link in 2000, we did it with a plate bond that was completely different from existing cable ties. Our philosophy is and is: Power transmission. Unfortunately, we have had some childhood diseases and for those who have experienced them, it's hard to get the trust of the product again. We had trouble that the front plate could break and that the iron could rub. This was our fault alone, when we were not good enough when the noise tools were made. Especially important has been that the radii are big enough. However, these errors have been eliminated and we have not had a single breach in any of these sections after this. We have in fact not had complaints about the Link with the last year model. We also set up Linken Service Center's around Norway and some places in Europe, among others. Chamonix, and several are under construction. At these places, customers can get in and free get any repairs (old models) or replacement of worn springs / tightening screws. We are on the move and think that plate bindings are the way to go, and if someone is having trouble - pling on us, we'll find a solution.

yoyye
15/12/2003
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link a fun and strictly rigid bonding. tested it a few yesterday today and the measurements of what a bond should hold. very stable sideways. but I prefer cobran.

laj
18/09/2003
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Have now got my fourth pair Link, after some small errors with the first editions of the current model, the last have been very stable and reliable ... Know that something has gotten by turning the back part with power, not very fooled

Only drawback is the weight, but it matters a bit in everything

Model year: 2002
Siwan
08/04/2003
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Have tested Link in several models and 2001-2002 is clearly a good model. Sidestabil and I have not had any problems with the tie resolving. Possible Antlitz has the problem when his cock is hanging to the right!

Model year: 2001
antlitz
21/12/2002
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The link is a very good link, but you need to be aware of a couple of things. Even if you tie the tie tightly, the bond can be loosened by hard knocks, such as in a ball slope. Have solved this problem by drilling holes at the top of the tie on the heel, then putting the fang around the ankle. then you can prevent the problem and that you can drive with fairly loose connections when needed. I know that knees will get a huge blow if you roll a ten twelve times, but that's the link worth. No other bindings for telemark coming up to the link when it comes to stability and utilization of skiing makes me a lot of turn. With tight bindings, jibbing also goes like a dream. have also driven a little naked with the skis and now trust 100 percent that the cock will not taste snow ..

Model year: 2001
AndT
10/11/2002
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have had five complaints about these. a pity when they are very nice to go on. maybe they have fixed it now !? Their service is good but they do not admit they have had big problems.

Model year: 2001