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7TM is DIN certified.  Hardwire CRB is not.

I also think the design of the 7TM is cleaner.  (Admittedly, I haven't 
spent much time looking at the CRB, nor have I skied it.)

Haskell, Patrick wrote:
> Alright, I don't tele, so I'm not sure why I'd want to know, but why is the 7tm Power talked about so much more htan the Hardwire CRB for active releasable bindings?
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> - Patrick
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> Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] binding question re. 7tm Power Tour
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> I have been facing the same dilemma for the last few years; love HH5, love
> release, love touring resistance-free. Two out three ain't so bad. Go with
> the 7tm Tour-Power. It's about a HH3.5, which will be enough to help bend
> the bellows. It won't be as automatic as HH5, but way better than the
> original 7tm version.
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> I think the 7tm Power-Tour is currently the best tele-binding overall.
> Only a few bindings are more powerful and none of them have release.
> Touring designs are also starting to proliferate, but again, nobody else
> combines it with release.
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> Hope this helps.
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> John
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