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Neil Pryde launch new RS:X website
Posted On:  16/02/2005

Welcome to the new website for the NP RS:X. This website will be the reference point for all matters concerning the Neil Pryde RS:X.

To give you all the latest news on the progress of the Neil Pryde RS:X :

During the latter part of February 2005, together with key members of the evaluation team from the ISAF Windsurf Committee, we will be finalising our testing of the NP RS:X on Maui. This testing will ensure that the NP RS:X meets the stringent quality and performance parameters, particularly with regards to construction, durability and shape stability; required for the one design windsurf racing class of the 2008 Olympics.

Production of the NP RS:X will commence in April 2005. With the first boards available on the market from June 2005, and a production rate building up to 200 complete rig packages per month, we are expecting that by the end of 2005 up to 1700 complete packages will be available on a worldwide basis.

To coincide with the beginning of production, full details of pricing & order contacts for the Neil Pryde RS:X will be available from Friday, 1 April 2005. These details will be posted right here, on the new website for the NP RS:X.

We have received a large number of enquiries about how and where to order the NP RS:X, and we appreciate the enthusiasm and encouragement you have shown. We'd like to emphasize that the NP RS:X is a board and rig package that is being built to the strictest ISAF one design standards in terms of construction, quality control and performance. Maximum development and testing has gone into this product to ensure that it is a design that will carry a successful one design windsurf racing class through to the 2008 Olympics.

We'd therefore like to thank you all in advance for your patience concerning the NP RS:X. We can assure you that the wait will be worth it once racing on the NP RS:X commences!!

Best Regards,
Neil Pryde Windsurfing

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