Rottefella Chilli


Brand: Rottefella

What do you think about Rottefella Chilli?
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andreas_ull
11/02/2005
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I love my chilli, how well I've never had any problems and they do not look up my T1 as they did for others, think they've fixed it on last year's model. Ready for the price they had a price of maybe 4 more.

Andreas
Andreas (Guest)
06/12/2004
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Sure, it giggles a little here and on the pants. What is most annoying about, for example, the friend's Cobra, is that it is so quickly built up with packed snow under the boot's front. Especially after a pair of crawls when it was snowing.

Can definitely recommend buying a rods / rods conversion kit instead of wire. This becomes considerably more durable and feels more stable ...

crilleus
06/12/2004
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Very nice! But loosens a little easily from the ski .. Can also depend on my screw = P

mockasin
02/12/2004
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They are obviously super fast! : D

tele_mark
02/11/2003
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is happy with the bindings ... the so-called jerking can easily be fixed with some electric tape !!

Petzl
03/03/2003
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I'm happy with the bindings, it works well. Eat a bit on the pears!

Model year: 2001
Ptengvall
12/01/2003
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A bond that suits most, but not more. Certainly it is stiff and stable, but it is constantly breaking and constellation when burning in the piste, or jumping. An honed beginner tie simply.

Model year: 2001
DaKine
28/08/2002
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Chili is OK stable and can be used both inside and outside the piste. It gives a good feeling, though a bit stiff in the movements. The construction is simple and smart. BUT, I have to agree with many before, the pants do not like it, the peace on the mountain can be disturbed by some noise and the feathers give way. Additionally, you will be in the north when you crash in 90 knots. In the Alps there is a shortage of spare parts. Did use some engineering, some screws and lots of tape in Italy. Therefore, not affordable!

Model year: 2001
Kenneth
06/01/2002
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Bad bindings, the wire stretches out and starts to flip. Have bought new wire a couple of times. but it's hard to find them separate. If Telemark bunks are expensive, it's not so complicated. :(

Model year: 1999
PlunTzkY
22/12/2001
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The most beautiful telis binding I've been on ... Riva has run and tested a bind from Narvik, as I do not remember what it's called, was the correct metallic look and resembled more than usual bindings, but with loose heels. However, it did not provide direct resistance and response at high altitudes and was perceived as a bit harsh.

 But anyway, I have to say that it is hard-wearing bond that is easy to adjust, feels very comfortable.
Personally, I'm very keen on Rottfella's new commitment, think it will be the absolute best binding so far!

It addresses all Chilis problems. Compression springs that make them not "worn out" and even heels. What more could you wish for? However, costs around 1400: - or I think, but if you compare with a regular bond it's still not so dangerous, personally I think it will be really hot !!!

Model year: 2001