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Otg
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Postby Otg » Wed Jan 22, 2003 6:38 pm

Just saw that the Toro2 was for sale at a german shop.. Does anyone have this kite? Any pressreleases.. info? Im looking to get a low end kite around 16m2.. any info is warmly welcomed..

/ Otg

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Postby Dwight » Wed Jan 22, 2003 6:44 pm


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Postby Otg » Wed Jan 22, 2003 10:01 pm

ok.. great! is the version you have the same one as the one they are putting into production? What do you think about it? compared to other kites you have flown?

/ Olle

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Postby Kaito » Wed Jan 22, 2003 11:47 pm

Dwight,
Has it really been released in Europe already? When will it be available in the US? You mentioned on a previous post about its expanded range. How much is expanded?
At least through your experience in flying the Toro2 in comparison to the Toro 1 in the same size...?
Thanks as always for the info!
Regards,
K.

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Postby Dwight » Thu Jan 23, 2003 12:10 am

All I know is the kites are shipping. Who gets them, and when, I don't know.

I love the kites. I am getting a 16m and 8m to mix with my 10,12, and 20 Rhino2 kites.

The range is better than a Rhino2. They have more depower designed in. They jump great too.

The canopy is stronger. It has a thicker canopy in the forward area to increase durability.


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