I have done quite alot of servicing using a number of different types of scraper, I have used the plastic type of scrapper alot and it tends to blunt to quickly for my likeing leaving alot of elbow grease to get the job done, this metal scraper has done six boards already and still going strong, a good buy!
To thin for me
I bought it for the sole purpose of scraping p-tex. You get the job done if you persist long enough. I wish someone would make thicker scrapers, because these 'thin' ones tend to bend, so it is harder to do the job done good. Price is high, for a small stamped and polished SS plate IMHO.
Scraping a snowboard or skis is physical work. A metal scraper performs better, stays sharp longer and makes the job easier than a plastic one. Flexibility is, however, essential. A totally rigid metal scraper would not flex to adapt to the profile and contours on the base of your board or skis so will result in uneven scraping but, more serious than this, if it is too stiff and you apply too much pressure it could easily gouge a groove in the base of your board or skis, causing real damage. This is why the Demon metal scraper is designed to flex when you use it.