Of course the choice is yours, but in my opinion the ground training time is
very short and its no worth buying new equipment for that period. Instead
use your instructor's equipment and get a decent kite once you go to water.
Or else you can consider searching second hand market.
El 22 de abr de 2010, 1:16 a.m., "mtl_qt" <lauraking514@...
I would like to purchase a good trainer kite for kitesurfing. I will take
some lessons to learn how to properly control this kite on land, as well as
practice on my own. This will not be the kite that I will use once I start
taking courses on the water. I would like this trainer kite to have the
power to pull me on snow (kite skiing) if possible.
I'm currently quite interested in the HQ Rush III 350 Pro. My second choice
would be the HQ Hydra 350. Can someone recommend me other options, or
comment on my current choices? I'm looking for something safe that has
similar safety features as the HQ trainer kites and also something in the
<$400 price range as I will need another kite for the actualy kitesurfing in
the near future.
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