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Anyone ridden this? Seen a great deal on the board, wondering how it compares to the Jones hovercraft/ultracraft.
Sale price is already good, but also they have one with cosmetic damage for €250
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I'd be wary. Not a fan of the "we've made this one EXTRA STIFF" stuff. Really dislike the Jones Ultra-whatever range. Not fun to ride in anything other than very consistent conditions.

Maybe check out an Amplid Souly Grail if you're looking for this kind of board - I think they have an end of season sale going on on-line. So much fun. Balances the stiffness with incredible dampening and a 3D nose to smooth out the turn entry. I can't get enough of it!
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@stevomcd, cheers for the reply, I have to disagree on the Jones ultracraft though, i demoed one for 2 days on every kind of snow and it held up great, however I prefer the ride on the normal hovercraft......
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And yet you prefer the ride on the normal one... wink

They ride OK, it's just more fun to ride something less stiff. The super-stiff stuff just sends all the bumps and chatter straight to your knees.

I was riding with one and a half ligaments instead of the usual 4 in my left knee at the time, so my tolerance for things that made my knees hurt was very slim. Also reviewed the Weston Backwoods Carbon around the same time. Again, way more fun.
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