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We think that Wunderbars are brilliant....well we would wouldn't we. But don't take our word for it.
We're always happy to receive feedback too (good or bad) so that we can help you and continue to improve our product. If you've used Wunderbars or have any questions about Wunderbars, feel free to drop us a mail on the form opposite and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
Below are some of the comments we've received from customers using Wunderbars.
"I have been a professional artist for more than 30 years, and publishing my own work for the last 10. Most of my prints have been on paper (giclee Epson inkjet).
I tried to distance myself from canvas prints because of the problems associated with them. For me these problems were time constraints and the fact that canvases go slack over time.
The introduction of the Wunderbars has encouraged me to release a new range of stretched box canvas prints. I now can sell my canvases with the confidence that I will not get any complaints or returns, especially for slack canvas. As a direct result of this I exhibited at the Spring Fair to promote my new canvas print editions.
Wunderbars are quicker and easier to use, but for me the way they remain under constant tension makes them the best. It's a real solution to a common problem exemplified by the quality and innovation behind the design."
"As a new user of your Wunderbars, we are thrilled with the increased productivity they have provided us. Together with the ease of assembly and the customer satisfaction with their finished images, it is going to take a radical improvement for us to change to a different system."
"To the guys at Wunderbar and FujiFilm.
Recently I was commissioned to provide some large pictures for my local pub. Naturally I was thrilled to get a job like that and provided 5 large box canvas prints from my ‘Collector’s Edition’ portfolio.
I was mortified when after only a week or two on the walls of the pub, the canvases became wrinkled and floppy. Of course I tried all the old tricks to try to solve the problem, but the wrinkles kept coming back. I guess it was something to do with the atmosphere and temperature fluctuations.
I saw an advert for the new Wunderbar canvas stretchers, and bought some as a last resort.
I am very pleased to report that the Wunderbars have indeed worked wonders where other methods failed. The stretched canvases have been back on the pub wall now for several weeks and there are no wrinkles at all. The canvases have remained tight and perfect during all the recent weather setbacks.
Thank you for such an inspirational product. It works!"
"I have framed many oils and prints on canvas in 23 years as a picture framer, and when I heard about Wunderbars I was keen to try them out and see if this new system was an improvement on traditional stretcher bars
With a canvas of 1000 x 1350mm (image size) on the table I was very pleased with the ease and the accuracy with which it all went together. The self-tensioning corners were quite remarkable. A very innovative idea. Brilliant !"
John L. Fish GCF
"When I first saw Wunderbars I was surprisingly impressed with the system. it's incredibly easy to use, brilliant quality and nice and heavy duty. Cracking kit!"
Fujifilm competition winner in the BPI
"We saw Wunderbars at the Fuji Digital Imaging Service conference in 2010. Up till then we had been producing our own canvas prints but were sending them out to a frame maker for stretching with variable results.
The demo made it look so easy, and it really is. I can stretch a 20 x 16 canvas in under 5 minutes without any problems. Our standard turnaround for canvas prints is now 48 hours, but for that urgent job it can be overnight without having to break into a sweat about accuracy and quality.
And its cheaper than sending it out.
Tony Le May