Yes not only can a kite this large hurt you or likely kill you if used in too high a wind or gusty conditions, the larger the kite the more difficult it is too learn with. Especially when trying to get up wind,LetsFlyaKite wrote:Are you guys saying the kite is too big? I bought it to learn in low wind days.
How expensive is your healthcare or how expensive would it be if you needed to miss work due to injury? Would you buy a parachute on Craig's list and jump out of a plane without lessons? How about a para-glider?LetsFlyaKite wrote: I don't have a lot of money and lessons are 300 dollars a session.
Yes because there are a lot of things too learn, especially how not to kill yourself or how to save your self when something bad happens.LetsFlyaKite wrote:You don't even learn how to ride in 1 session, it takes multiple sessions just to learn how to stand up.
I do not think this is a joke, I think you may seriously end up dead, seriously, this is no joke. The guy on Craig's list is selling it there because he was unable to sell it on the beach or too his mates, that tells me that nobody wanted itLetsFlyaKite wrote: I know you guys think this is a big joke, but I am dead serious on trying to learn, and the whole reason I bought off of craigslist is because I don't have 3000 to dish out on new equipment
Actually Don't sell that : ((Way too Big for you kite)) on Craig's list ; we will just have to go throughLaughingman wrote: ...
FFS, figure out how to take some lessons, and sell that kite on Craig's list to the next sucker, cause
we love having to deal with them here.
Damit, now I'm angry.... people and the self centered, I know better then everyone that came before
me yada, yada yada bullshit.
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