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Hello folks, NY resident here. I've been debating on a Spark for almost a year and decided to pull the trigger today. I have a 1996 Polaris SL780 that has been a fantastic jet-ski for almost 20 years, but it's finally time to retire it.

We have a place on a lake in the Adirondacks, and I spend as much of my summers up there as I can.
 

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Bought the Spark in February huh? It's gonna be a bit of a wait till you get to take it out on the water.

Congrats on the purchase though. I look forward to seeing some pictures when you actually get out on the water.
 

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Yup.
The wealth of people that love their sparks amounts to a lot of social proof of how impressing the Spark is for what it is.
It does seem pretty rare that a product is so universally liked. Sure it had a minor mishap with the handle bars at first, but now that that is taken care o the Spark really seems to be a crowd pleaser.
 

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Bought the Spark in February huh? It's gonna be a bit of a wait till you get to take it out on the water.

Congrats on the purchase though. I look forward to seeing some pictures when you actually get out on the water.
Yea, I was going to hold off but wanted to get my deposit in for the extended warranty. I'm not picking it up until early April.

Looking forward to a great summer! I have lots of camera equipment for a website that I run, including a slow-motion camera that we are trying to set up on a floating raft for some great shots.
 
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