Rottefella NTN


Brand: Rottefella
Modelyear: 2008

What do you think about Rottefella NTN?
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7 reviews
in_full_bloom
04/05/2010
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Strenghts:
The simplicity of the in and out pitch. The feeling in the bond is much better than I thought. Good pressure on the inside. Good trip, albeit a bit strange at first - but very good!

Weaknesses:
The weight is high in relation to a cable tie. The price ...

Summary:
Expensive but worth it! Active but good feeling! You will not regret the change!

Nick
Nick (Guest)
01/03/2010
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Strenghts:
Coming from R8, enjoyed driving with it, not so good to go to the top.
NTN:
-Stable with good power transmission, seated as cast in the piste and works well in powder.
release mechanism and ski tops, this should / must have a modern binding :-)
runs significantly faster with NTN

Weaknesses:
-Slark in walking mode may feel as if the tie is to be released in steep traverse rings
weight (500 grams too heavy)
The angle in walking mode is only approx. 40 degrees. This is significantly less than it should be. Had wanted walking up to 90 degrees in walking mode for more efficient times.
- Snow is packed more places in the tie on top trips under "unfavorable" temps. Can be solved with silicone spray?
-Signs hoist lifts with more options for height adjustment.

Summary:
-Firsttime binding will definitely bet on NTN as my commitment.
-Has improvement potential, especially in characteristics that are important at peak trips (weight, multiple heights at heights, angle in walking mode).

Baltemannen
16/02/2010
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Strenghts:
My reference bindings are Rottefella cobra and Voile Hardvire and I have to say there is no way back. :) NTN is the shit, but I have to be a bit of an objective I guess. Cruel feeling and power transfer, very active bonding and no flattering anywhere, easy to click in and just getting caught makes me smile, do not be afraid to get a triggered slide on my face anymore, that's fine :) Binding is neutral on the foot, therefore, no bias and the effect is that the feeling of air travel is the same as with an alpine bond "safer". I would almost like to call the crossover so stable it is, if I start to feel sober in my thighs, it works very well to lie and drive the paralel wound cutting, the tie is sitting on a pair of Mantra, wide skirt. The quality of mind is convincing and the childhood diseases previously ex-have are according to traders and Rottefella removed. I can only say SUPERDUPER .... :)

Weaknesses:
None as I can see, as said, is a small open-air before the feathers begin to take but it's a pure habit. The price possibly ... But be the one thousand years ago, I think it's affordable ....

Summary:
I remember when I first tested a carving ski, there was no way back to my 195cm Fischer RC4 supercomp, the same thing with NTN versus the hook a good advice is if you do not plan to change, do not test it. .

mijo748
06/04/2009
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Strenghts:
Awesome good bond, everything is a bit and sometimes much better than any previous bonds I went on. Feels incredible still and stable without getting clumsy. It's just a matter of standing on as much as you can, you get faster, get cleaner cut and better control, at least in a piste.

Weaknesses:
Have broken a tie, can be a weakness in material or just bad luck, anyway, the General Agent solved and Rottefella everything in an amazingly smooth way, canon service.

Summary:
I go a lot of skis every year, somewhere between 40 and 50 years, weighs about 90 kg and should be longer than I am. Started the season at R8: or but I have spent the last 30 days on NTN, except for a day when I would try to drive the R8 again, tragic experience - does not change at first.

Gally
15/02/2008
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Strenghts:
It felt like I was walking downhill with a slippery heel. Crazy active bonds, the inner side sat like pinned on the piste without thinking about the lilac. Have otherwise run the most with the Cobra R8, tested O1 and 7tm power, but is not used to active bindings. As said, think telemark but with alpine stability.

Weaknesses:
It felt like I was walking downhill with a slippery heel. If you want to keep the feeling (maybe called the cord if NTN eventually becomes the norm) you should choose another binding.
There is a small lash in the lipstick before the feathers begin to take. Felt a bit strange.
Hard to put on and off (maybe because it was a demo tie).

Summary:
Tried it in a hard pit in Duved. The Skid, Monster 78, made sure, but the stability and performance fooled me to go over my ability ..... are we (I) ready for the future and is NTN the future we want?
The backbone of the NTN pants is stiff as just the one, so you bend the whole foot instead of standing on the footer (called it well). If it's good or not up to everyone's ride style.
I drove a demo binding, but, as far as I've seen, they have not changed anything on the "real". I just had to borrow it for a couple of years, but it was a very fun ride. The rating is based on performance and handling, one can decide if the feeling is the right one.

smokk
02/01/2008
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Strenghts:
Very good power transmission. Gives a much better feeling with innerski, which becomes more active in the swing.

Weaknesses:
Something difficult to touch will especially result in deep snow or steep slopes.

Summary:
So far - very pleased. Much better driving than anything else I've tried

Anders_Nilson
02/01/2008
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Strenghts:
Exact, good flex and step-in

Weaknesses:
importance

Summary:
Terrifically accurate with surprisingly much feeling