Re: The amazing 2004 GlobeRider Lift 12m!
- Hi there Hung, was the guy jumping as high as the guy on this video?
I think its about 20 meters and almost 7 seconds, not sure though.
He is using a 2004 model kite from a new Aussie kite company, the
video is of 5 massive jumps in a row in 24 knots.
Its he biggest jump I have seen so far on the net.
--- In email@example.com, Hung Vu <hungvu2000@r...> wrote:
> This kite is just amazing!
> It's stable (in flying and also in power distribution) yet very
> responsive! This kite gave me great comfort when jumping on
> as it's always there when you need it when landing.
> I got 5' extra height with this kite than any other kites I have
> in the past (both LEIs and foils).
> I gave the kite to a local to try and he immediately got an extra
> height with the kite (You can just stand there 10' from the guy and
> watch that his jumps just elevate to another level).
> Another local had used the same kite in 30 knots last week (we
> him "crazy" but now after having tried the kite, I think he may not
> that crazy after all)..
> This is the only 2004 kite I have flown this year so I hope that
> other 2004 kites are as amazing as this kite.
> P.S., Many has said that after 2002, there are not much
> kite performance design. This statement does not seem to apply to
> GlobeRider Lift 12.
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "DropBear" <yahoo@i...> wrote:
> Hi there Hung, was the guy jumping as high as the guy on this video?I don't think he jumped as high as the one on the video (he was on
> I think its about 20 meters and almost 7 seconds, not sure though.
> He is using a 2004 model kite from a new Aussie kite company, the
> video is of 5 massive jumps in a row in 24 knots.
snow/ice - therefore more reserved - and only in around 15 knots);
however. the jumps generated by the GlodeRider Lift seemed to be more
impressive than the other kites.
This is the type of kite that give a very comfortable feeling when
jumping on snow/ice as it is stable yet very responsive (this is
somewhat contradictory but that is how it feels...) allowing you to
depend on it when landing.