Surf Wax Comb

Surf Wax comb to either clean off old wax from your board or roughen up existing wax layers. Comes in various colors but we can try and make according to your wishes. Customization for companies are possible as well. Shipping cost will vary to destination but 5 Euros should be easily enough and we will only charge for the actual cost.

International Shipping Includes: Europe, USA, Australia
Plastic type: PP
Weight: 25g
Source of plastic: Waste rice sacks and rice sack off cuts from our bag production
Made with: Injection machine
Production: Series
Dimensions: 10 cm x 7 cm
Finish: Medium
Plastic type symbol: No
Color: various but can be made to order
Listing created Sep 6, 2017

Public discussion (5)

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re404

1 month ago

Totally RADICAL ! :)

That looks like a VERY nicely designed cut CNC mold! We might like to produce your design locally, and sell your product here in the Maldives! (Of course with proper (cc) attribution). Would you be able to supply a mold? Would you be interested?

Thank you very much,

Remko

Precious Plastic Maldives @ Soneva Fushi Resort Maker Programme

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Rice and Carry

1 month ago

Hi Remko,

The mold we are using is made by @Leebaz from Colombo Design Studio.

Please contact him via lee@colombodesignstudio.

Best regards,

Henry

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re404

1 month ago

Wow, thanks! We will!

Colombo ... so nearby! What are the odds?!

Cheers,

Remko

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David V

24 days ago

Hi there,

Last year I was learning to surf in Arugam Bay and the locals who taught us, said that a lot of fins break and were expensive to replace. Why not make the fins the same way as the Surf Wax Comb? It has already been done by Ecofins (http://five-oceans.co/) but they decided to make the fins in Australia. I think it would be better to make it local and open source in order to maximize the impact. Maybe not the top-of-the-line quality if you just use plastic, but for beginners on large beginner-boards, it will probably make no difference.

Cheers

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Rice and Carry

20 days ago

HI David,

Thanks a lot for the input. Fins are on our list for quite some time. It can surely be done for as you suggested beginner fins. only problem is the initial cost to get the molds done. Thing is it needed 3 different molds for side fins and trailer so that costs a bit to get done.

Best regards from Sri Lanka,

Henry

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