John! Thank you for your reply. I think this is useless for kiteing with a board if you are used to go out on big beaches with good conditions. Now I see your point in use it for boats and kayaks and so on. I think that is great way to use your invention! So good luck and maybe this gave you some free adspace !John B wrote:Inventions start somewhere?,..
and for me it was with this sport Kiteboarding.
Whether or not it is an acceptable device for Kiteboarding I do not know this.
Perhaps at this time the Kitewinder may not be the popular choice for the kiteboarding community; however much interest comes from the small crafts and Kayaks. There is enough interest to move forward with developing the launching device for this market.
It is a way for boaters to use the wind by kite power. The kite can be flown at variable height in altitudes. The kite can be launched and retrieved away from crowds which may please some people. (One does not need a perfect beach)
I understand people may criticize something they know little about and this is OK by me. There are pros and cons about any product developed, as in this product; however using the Kitewinder for small boats will be a step forward for kite powered craft, where it goes from there we shall see.
Thank you for bringing up the subject;
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Inventor, John Bellacera
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