Since you brought it up Mr. Dimitri... What is the actual weight of the Infinity v2, you should add it to the list on that other thread where they are collecting data for each light wind kite. I'm sure they wold appreciate your input.Dimitri M wrote:With all do respect Mr.SupaEZ, what I am saying is that in order to enjoy and have fun it has to be blowing at least between 6 to 9 maybe 10 knots. If it's blowing 4 to 6 knots you won't be able to go on your board, you might be able to plane on the snow, but not on the water if it is bellow 7 knots. But for sure you will be able to fly the kite in the air because it is such a light kite that it won't drop from the sky like most of the light wind kites in the market. Usually it doesn't blow just 7, or 8 or 10 knots constantly, the wind plays from an average of 2 to 4 knots between each other. This is the reason why we have these ranges: "Low/Average/High."
The SBC KITEBOARDING magazine could not believe in how such light wind they could fly the INFINITY v2 kite when they had to take a picture of all the kites in the air for their review pictures. The only kite that was able to fly in 5 knots was the INFINITY v2. This is what the editor of the magazine told me 2 months ago.
Any way this is the INFINITY v2 in 3 to 5 knots on the dunes.
P.S. Don't forget to check the new issue of the SBC Kiteboarding magazine and see what they have to say about the INFINITY v2 kite.
On a side note... Do you think your new chickenloop will work with a thruster bar? The one it came with is dangerous, I may be interested in replacing the whole depower system if it will work, currently it is below the bar depower, but the plating is separating which is razor sharp... And my wife finds it difficult to pull the depower rope out of the below the bar cleat... Suggestions?