About Demon United Season Pass Tune Kit 110
Closeouts. Demon United's Season Pass tune kit keeps speed demons speedy with an efficient wax iron, durable wax scraper and extra-large block of wax to keep your skis and snowboard super slick and lightning fast.
Specs about Demon United Season Pass Tune Kit 110
- Material: Wax, composite, metal
- Weight: 2 lb. 8 oz.
- Made in Taiwan, Republic of China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sioned from Mammoth Lakes on Sunday, February 19, 2017You get what you pay for. A tiny iron and a mammoth block of wax!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by johnny the hiker from colorado on Thursday, December 29, 2016quick heat up time and comes with a HUGE brick of wax. ive probably waxed around 10-15 times so far with no issues!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ben from Tempe, AZ on Friday, December 2, 2016Everything as expected. Nice alternative to the more expensive irons
Reviewed by DL from MD on Friday, January 30, 2015Kit contains a small iron, large block of wax, & a large scraper. Only used once so far, it heated up quickly, Laid wax down reasonable well and I found the large scraper very easy to control. Overall, it performed well and was a price performer. I'm happy with the results and I expect it to last at least a few years. Time will tell on the later.
Reviewed by Aaron from Tahoe on Monday, January 12, 2015For the price, it seems to be worth it. With a coupon, it was barely more than a low-cost 3/4 lbs block of wax on Amazon. At 1.1 lbs of wax, if it's comparable, this is like getting the iron for free.
I used the iron with another block of demon all-temp wax I bought, which should be about the same as this wax. It went on fairly well, and scraped off easily if not left too long. The scraper is snowboard sized, so it was overkill for the kids skis, and the wax seemed to really have a lot of static cling to the scraper. As for the iron, it did it's job, but could be improved. It is small, and the temp dial is hard to get at under the handle. I liked the Toko one I borrowed from a friend last year much better, but that's like comparing an old beatle to a current Camry. Both will get you where you across town, but it's hard to compare them once you get beyond that.
The iron seemed to work fine, but this is at the low end. I might have been just as happy, or happier, with the ten dollar black friday clothes iron special from Home Depot.
I'll use it a few more times and likely choose to keep it. But if you are looking for a mid or high end ski wax iron, look for something better.
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Turns out it's a 1.1 lbs block of wax (17.8 oz). That makes for a great price for the combo pack. I haven't used this block yet, but waxed the kids skis with the all-temp one from the demon multipack and it seemed to work fine. This should be the same stuff, or very similar. The iron works ok, but the temp gauge is hard to get at and it is small. I preferred a friend's Toko that I used last year that was more rectangular with a slight concave edge, which helped flow the melted wax along the middle of the ski. This one instead was the shape of a clothes iron. But at this price, it worked, and it was a great deal.