Are there really metal boards? And ones that cost 10 pounds?
the balance boards out there at the moment are hugely overpriced for what they are... plywood and a tube!
stevehills64 wrote:Would the board be better if it could help you balance sideways (rail to rail) as well, for helping with turns etc?
billie_morini wrote:Q What type of material would you like the board to be made from?
A I'd like plastic for durability. I'd like wood because it is pretty. I like fiberglass because it surfs very well.
Q Would you like it to be painted or just left the natural colour?
A. I'm a plain kind of guy. I like Natural colour or non-painted. but, occassionaly I admire red boards.
Q What price do you think would be suitable to set the board at?
A $500 US
Q Would the board be better if it could help you balance sideways (rail to rail) as well, for helping with turns etc?
Q Would you like the board to be environmentally friendly?
A No. the quantity of units produced is small and does not cause significant environmental impact
Q Have you any other comments that could help me with my coursework?
A. You should surf yourself to know better what to achieve
Q Would you like there to be a grip on the deck of the board? (not nessearily to cover the whole board)
Q Would you like there to be a design on the deck or just left natural colour
Q What size would you like it to be?
A 9ft long, 22in wide, and 2 3/4in thick
drowningbitbybit wrote:stevehills64 wrote:Would the board be better if it could help you balance sideways (rail to rail) as well, for helping with turns etc?
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