[ksurf] Re: Concept Air / Relaunchable vs non relaunchable COM
- If you permit me talk about it, I can insure you that:
First: our EX'S 9.0 is not so easy to collapse and very nice handling.
Second: our EX'S 9.0 is also very stable and relaunche VERY well in 4 lines
I flown it in Florida in very light wind and did put it in the water and
took me a big , let say 5 second to relaunch it.
dont worry that a WAVE 9.0 everybody are happy.
Have nice breeze and fly safe.
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De : Olivier ROUSSEAU
À : firstname.lastname@example.org
Envoyé : 2 décembre, 1999 10:08
Objet : [ksurf] Concept Air / Relaunchable vs non relaunchable
I've been told by someone that on big kites (9m²), it might be better to
take a standard one instead of a Wave one. The reason was that the main
reason on those kites to fell in the water was the kite's closing (thats the
translation of the french word, sorry) while at the top of the window. On
the closed ones (Water relaunchables), I was told it's quite difficult to
avoid the kite falling in this conditions. At the opposite, open ones
(standard ones) would reopen most of the time.
And as with those big kites, relaunching seems to be hasardous .....
What do you think of this statement?
I'm interested in any answear.
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