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Pro ski simulator

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Anybody got a pro ski simulator- the power machine?
As skiing holiday off thought I’d ski at home, any advice on this one?


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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I briefly considered the Power version as the much wider track and spring loaded foot plates/bindings appeared to give a much more natural action than the rather narrow Pro version, and all the Skiers Edge models.

However, given the huge price difference between the Pro and Power models, almost double for a couple of feet of metal and some bindings, I couldn't bring myself to spend the money.


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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Thank you for your thoughts, I know what you mean it is such a lot more, just thought being able to wear ski boots could be a good advantage but not sure, have you got the pro? Are you pleased with it?
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I didn't buy either model, but if I did I would definitely want one with bindings rather than just simple platforms. The whole point of these devices is to train your skiing muscles, a part of that is balance and flexing your boots in the turn. I know I stand and flex my boots differently when I'm clicked in. Its like the difference between riding an exercise bike and a real bike.

I appreciate that both the Skiers Edge and Pro Ski Simulators are niche products with low volume, but at least with the Skiers Edge you can see where the money has gone with custom parts. The Pro Ski is far to simple for the amount being charged. If there was a Power Ski version with the Skiers Edge build quality it would be pretty much perfect.
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