Naxo NX21


Brand: Naxo
Modelyear: 2006

What do you think about Naxo NX21?
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6 reviews
Kallesve
23/11/2006
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Strenghts:
Has worked very well for me. They ran 2 months in St. Anton on a pair of Rossignol B3 (94 waistcoats). Remained when they were going to go out when they were going to. Felt stable in all rides. I went 6-7 times and I think that worked well. Have not tried this before so I can not compare with other turbines. But the connection worked just about as I expected - trouble-free

Weaknesses:
Very sensitive to snow under the pants, knocked off a rod due to this. could have been a bit smoother to adjust the slope with the rod.

Summary:
A compromise commitment for people who prioritize is carried out, but who want the opportunity to go up. Worked out very well for me

Andreou
19/09/2006
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Strenghts:
+ smooth as the attire to go up with
 Nice to go with, no big difference if you compare with Alpine skiing.
 stable to be a boundary bond.

Weaknesses:
- stuck ice in the back of the heel, making it hard to lock it to get down to the mountain. Must be hacked before you can lock it.
 a bit untimely locking but will certainly be improved on the new one.

 trashed my one tie breaks down together during an offpiste ride. the whole upper part of the bond flew. sunny factory failure;) but is skeptical if it is stool for tough ride now ?!
someone else who succeeded?

maybe a little plastic. but it will then become lighter but less durable
The members in the toe begin to laugh after half a year, hard to screw as it is a key of rare kind to be used.

Summary:
really nice binding with high performance and above all easy to get along with.
skeptical, however, when i cracked one tie, why should not you be?
No binding is perfect, but if Naxo 21 is developing more in the right direction, it may be fine in the end.

In summary, Naxo 21 is only a 3 because I managed to break it. the durability of the team and the runners up in the toe will be a 5a soon ...

Nojlas
02/05/2006 (Modified: 04/05/2010)
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Strenghts:
Very few.
Nice to go with the dock in my opinion.

Weaknesses:
Poor stability, which gives a slightly dull feeling. Can imagine fritschin is more stable. have not tried Greggan's link yet, but it seems promising!
When the binding is to be switched from trip mode to finish, there is often a problem with snow in the rear of the binding. the snow has been packed and formed ice, which means that you have to chop all ice cream before you can lock the heel.

Summary:
Rather a fritschi.

But honestly, it's Dynafit or Dukes that applies.

Panda
24/04/2006 (Modified: 31/01/2007)
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Strenghts:
Easy and fun to get up, the 2-piece link works really well with "regular" pants.
Execution, these bindings work clockwise, the lock in the stand is really well designed and feels really reliable. I feel no big difference to "common" bindings.

Weaknesses:
The 2-piece link, however, contributes to a small gap, which sometimes makes the knee oblique, especially when you go to the highest position, which is disturbed.
I agree with the review above, the binding is EXTREMELY sensitive to snow under the boot and in the cavities of the bond.
Central parts made of plastic mean that you do not fully convince the bindings in ex-hop and drip.
All screws require torque wrench which requires a visit to Biltema ...

Summary:
Have used the bindings 2 weeks this season without any problems.
Works really well as performing, just as it is supposed to be.

greggan
22/01/2006
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Strenghts:
Now I have tested!
Does not notice a big difference (none at all) against ordinary type Alpine binding.
Or as my brother expressed it "There's no need to have anything else"
Smoothly up and down simply.

Weaknesses:
In the end, it may be a little messy to climb it when snow comes in between pants and ties.
But that holds true for most bindings to varying degrees.

Downhill lock a little pillicky to release and requires removing the gloves (Will be enough to tip it down)

Summary:
Solid and stylish AT binding that works great as single binding.
Comfortable upward and steep slope even with 95mm ski and still on downhill skiing in and outside the piste.
The rating 4 is based on I have not tested everything: 0)

greggan
30/10/2005
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Strenghts:
Building on the NX 01 tested and improved for some years
However, the nX 21 is further refined with, among other things, more stable linking systems
at the toe part and rigidier longitudinal bars.

Weaknesses:
Slight lack of precision in the plastic casting that causes unnecessary clearance in the rear bond.
However, this is quite easy to fix and there is already a nX 21 Tweak page online
http://hem.bredband.net/evapeva/skigear

Summary:
Looks promising, I have mounted on a pair of kneesl Tanker and will test as soon as the snow has settled in the amount!
Rating set in terms of appearance expectations and I did not test either this or something like before: 0)