C A R A F I N O 2014 wrote:I appreciate your input on this topic and any ideas that further the sport for all. I have read comments from different viewers and they tend to look to the past and draw the attention of our previous production run in 2009 which suffered breakage. It is our great relief that we no longer and never again will manufacture boards in China.
It is good to know you were able to correct these quality problems. Carbon can be made to look pretty but that doesn't mean it is strong. This makes it difficult to pay so much for a hydrofoil.
Did you make things right with the people that bought your defective product? From this website and what others have indicated, it seems there may be some people that got the short end of the deal. If so, why would someone want to risk buying such product?