My bindings are 12 years old and have only been used for touring so no heavy use on the pistes and very few falls/releases. Starting to notice in my mind that they are 'old' but they seem to be working OK. I know the easy (likely) course of action is to replace them now and get some new skis at the same time, but I would be interested in comments as I believe registered Dynafit pin bindings are given a 10 year guarantee by the company. I could very easily sell the whole set up here in the alps at the moment but I don't want to pass on gear that could be dangerous.
I mounted some gifted speed radicals from 2012. The top plates snapped. I called Dynafit and they said that they'd just replace the heels when Brexit shipping rules allowed them. The guy on the phone basically said; "no quibbles, any age, no proof of purchase. If it breaks we'll fix it".
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