It's in your nature to measure and calculate? But you say, "...let's say ..."? Don't you know? Don't you keep records? Any attempt to estimate your kiting figures will be outrageously wrong. People kite far less than they think they do.SupaEZ wrote:As an Optician for over 25 years it is in my nature to measure and calculate on a daily basis......
Patients center pupils positions....frames sizes...optical lenses powers,curves,thicknesses etc....
So today it has been 13 years 3 months that i started kiting (Feb 25 1999)
And i have some interesting numbers (i think)
To be conservative let's say on a 30 day month i kited 15 days /month since beginning
And i go out on average for 1.5 hrs at the time
With lines always "on" i can get on the water 3 minutes faster than anyone with lines "off"
Yesterday was 232 days of kitesurfing so far this year lines on...98% waves...2% river...0% dangerOzBungy wrote:
Even leaving your bar attached you still have to check the lines at each end. If you don't check the lines then you're a dangerous fool.
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