Thursday, May 9, 2013

The Big Air Wave Tower Review

Wakeboard tower company Wake Essentials offers a variety of affordable, high-quality wake towers, but the Big Air Wave Tower is by far the best model that they offer.  The new, high-tech design has been in the works for a while, but just looking at it, it’s easy to tell that they really took their time to get it right. 

The Big Air Wave Tower comes standard with wakeboard racks to hold 4 wakeboards, saving consumers the time and hassle of having to buy and install racks separately.  Of course, buyers have the option of replacing any number of wakeboard rack spaces to hold knee boards instead.  With universal mounts and the ability to be installed on any boat between 70” and 103” in width, it’s a great choice for almost any boat owner wishing to take his or her lake time to a whole new level of excitement.
Big Air Wave Wake Tower

The tower is constructed of 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum tubing, so it’s both light and sturdy.  The forward braces feature an extremely thick, and mean looking (in a good way) design that definitely sets it apart aesthetically from any other wake tower on the market.  The Wave Tower can also quickly and easily be folded to below windshield height for easy storage. 

Because of the aircraft grade aluminum materials, new anti-flex extrusions, and large diameter tubing, the Wave tower mounts securely and operates reliably enough to avoid rattling and moaning sounds when in use.

Installation options are versatile as it can be mounted on the side or top of the gunnels, and initial installation can be done yourself in about 2-3 hours.  Most biminis will also fit the Big Air Wave Tower, but Big Air sells biminis that will definitely fit it if you happen to have a third party bimini that won’t.  The best part?  The Big Air Wave Tower only runs about $1,400, which is around $500-$1,000 less than other brands (like Monster or Barewest) of comparable wake towers.  This translates into a cost-effective, high-quality adrenaline rush for any level of wake jockey from beginner to advanced. 
Why: High-quality, great aesthetics, great bang for the buck

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