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Ski servicing at Snow+Rock at Hemel

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Has anyone had their skis serviced (including a base grind) at the Snow+Rock at Hemel? Did they do a good job? Will they sharpen edges to angles you specify?

After skiing over the New Year in Les Arcs when the snow was pretty thin and there were a fair few rocks on piste, my bases (and the base edges) are looking pretty ropey, so I thought it would be a good idea to get a full service including a stone grind. I'm at Hemel reasonably regularly, so would be easy to drop them off there, but I've heard enough stories about badly executed machine servicing to be a bit paranoid.
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