Dimitri M wrote:I also explain to you that our kites come perfectly trim out of the bag so no need to use your Depower Strap.
I would hazard a strong guess that you are in that .4% that have all kinds of problems with all kinds of products (that the rest of us just seem to have no problem with).Caesar wrote:You are wrong (again). Both of my 10m LTDs were not........
But of course I must be one of the 0.4% of your customers this happened to.
Oldnbroken wrote:I would hazard a strong guess that you are in that .4% that have all kinds of problems with all kinds of products (that the rest of us just seem to have no problem with).
Have had very little trouble with any gear I've owned ..in any sport I've ever done.
It seems the same guys have trouble over and over with everything they touch.
I can fix, tune, and maintain all my sports gear and fix most anything else I own.
I feel bad for you guys.
This sport used to be like that, just like windsurfing, and sailing, and surfing, and mountain biking...full of resourceful individuals like Kite2Heaven.
The gear gets better every year, but the easier it gets, the more it attracts what I call the Jetski Types,..
..just push a button and it goes. wheeeee!
I own three small businesses and you brew beer for somebody else, let's not measure who is bright and who is not.Caesar wrote:Well, you OldnBroken must be one of those "bright" people who don't even realize if a kite is trimmed correctly or not. If you would know, you most likely wouldn't have sold your 10m LTD because you could not cope with it. If someone with a bit of knowledge (those .4% who are able to report problems and faults) would have helped you "Mr. Know-It-All" with the setup, you would still be a happy 10m LTD owner.
But I'm sure you don't even get this message...
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