Wakeye Shock Tube xtc ST / Samsung GS7

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edited April 2016 in Reviews


  • HortonHorton Posts: 32,537 Administrator
    @scotchipman does it work in the snow?

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  • ozskiozski Posts: 1,722
    I've been getting great results with my Samsung Galaxy / Wake eye setup. Can't fault any part of the system, the app works well. The slide zoom is my only complaint, its hard to get the exact setting each time but its still very good.
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  • jbwannjbwann Posts: 54 Baller
    Going to buy a Wakeye XT One w/ the shock tube attachment for our club and wanted to ask 2 (well really 3) questions for those who use it.

    1. Sturdy enough for club use?? I'm concerned about wear and tear / performance issues over time with every day use by multiple skiers. Anyone using this product in a similar way??

    2. Is the XT One attachment a quick and easy transition between skiers?? Concerned about the time it will take to switch phones/cameras in and out of the xt-one holder. Would it make more sense to have a couple of xt-one attachments on hand to reduce the transition times??

    Thanks for any and all opinions/advice. Please don't offer up any negative opinions because I already know Wakeye works hard to make a quality product. I just want to learn a bit more about what it takes to maintain in and keep it working under heavy use. Nothing against my club pals but I'll just mention GIANT slack hits to the pylon. :smile:
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