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© 2017 Specialty Developments

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There are now two constructions and two sizes of shaft from CPS.

The Standard one is the Pre-Preg Carbon, just like the blades, it’s
Seriously stiff. The newer one is identifiable with a kevlar thread
and called Pre-Preg Carbon Semi-Flex*.

The Inside Diameter on the larger one is 27 mm and fits the
Standard two models of CPS Blades Kinetic & Energy Spoon.
Outside Diameter: 30, 29.4* mm.
Wall thickness:1.5, 1.3* mm.
Legnth: 1100 mm
Weighs: 222, 215* grams.

There is a thinner shaft for the Junior Kinetic - specially for smaller hands.
OD: 28.7mm, ID: 26mm, 1200mm Long.
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Faceguards
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Paddle Shafts
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Composite Helmets

Composite Helmets are increasing their prominence over plastic ones Internationally.

However, here in Europe we are required to use a helmet which has been certified for use as a Canoe/Kayaking helmet and thus carries a CE mark.

It’s one of those odd situations where it’s not illegal to use a non CE approved helmet, but it is illegal under European Law to Sell one.

That means there aren’t actually many composite options.

 

So, after some constant prompting from ‘your’s truly’, CPS now produces CE Approved Helmets.

The certificate is available on request.

 

Now I don’t want to get into the issues of who ripped off who, as there are many varieties of a very similar product affectionately called the P-Pot helmet.

 

CPS produce two versions, and in my opinion it has quite a round shape to it, compared to many other varieties which are more elongated (longer front to back).

 

My honest thoughts are, try it, and see if it feels comfortable. If it doesn’t, then try another type !

 

I have a demo of the two varieties shown here

- the Standard and the Long Tail.

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