Has anyone had recent contact with Ron at Novorca?
I have a paddle on order and have not been able to reach him via email or phone. I have made multiple attempts. In addition, their web site has been down for a few days.
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Posted by: gjf12 on Sep-23-13 11:14 PM (EST)
I have had the same problem. I already have two of his paddles and they are excellent. I have been considering a third but have not been able to get through. They are worth the bother.
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Posted by: shuman on Sep-24-13 2:08 PM (EST)
Yes just heard from them last week on my paddles which will be here today. His daughter I believe is helping run the business side. Just send an email she or he will return an answer. Phone seems to work as well.
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Posted by: OCD_Yakker on Sep-27-13 7:53 AM (EST)
Wow - you have me beat by a mile!! I think I have it up to 4 from Ron but one of them is my wife's paddle - but that said, yes, they are the best. (I only use the Aleutian models though)
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Posted by: g2d on Sep-27-13 5:27 PM (EST)
neighbor is pointing at his Detroit wagon and saying it's such a great car, it's the 10th one he's bought.
Posted by: OCD_Yakker on Sep-30-13 10:47 AM (EST)
Ron's paddles don't wear out or break - we just like adding to the quiver is all. You can get different lengths/widths/types (Greenland or Aleut) to fit the type of paddling/play you want to do.
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Posted by: Ravenwing on Sep-28-13 12:34 PM (EST)
he's been active on his facebook page.