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56074Where are inflatables made?... Except Takoon

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  • elhernancito22
    Jul 1, 2002
      Except Takoon - I think this kite is made is Congo city (Africa)
      bacause I did pay £810.oo on the 24 of April this year and about
      five weeks ago in Venezuela. I was going up-wind and suddenly the
      kite was broken in the bottom of the control tip. I had a few
      problems with the Leading Edge, valve and the trailing edge stitching
      got very frayed and also the Takoon representative in France and the
      UK have in fact been difficult... after I tried to get them to
      replace my broken kite.


      Hernan Perez

      --- In kitesurf@y..., "Sloot van der, R (Robbert)" <r.vd.sloot@i...>
      > Shaun,
      > I heard all kites come from the same factory in China.
      > Think you can get nice deals if you go there.
      > grtz
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      > Onderwerp: [ksurf] Where are inflatables made?
      > Where are most inflatables made overseas?
      > Thanks.
      > Shaun
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