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- Rare Poster
- Posts: 5
- Joined: Sat May 24, 2014 4:21 am
- Kiting since: 3
- Gear: Cabrinha
- Brand Affiliation: None
Has anybody ridden these kites back to back?
If so, which was the preferred kite and why?
- Medium Poster
- Posts: 110
- Joined: Sat Aug 24, 2013 5:45 pm
- Kiting since: 2007
- Local Beach: Melnragė, Elektrėnai, Vievis
- Favorite Beaches: Melnragė
- Style: wave, hydrofoil
- Gear: Ozone hyperlink 12m. Ozone Chrono V3 UL 13m. 5,5m and 8m BWS Aeneema. Tons of GoFoil, Moses, Takuma foils. BWS Mulcoy Pro 6'0.
Would love to read this comparison also with other kites too. I tried Reo v3 and found that it's a great wave kite, it drifts well, however I found that it works best for short sessions as I get more tired with this kite comparing to others. Maybe Reo v4 is more smooth and move forgiving.
- Very Frequent Poster
- Posts: 896
- Joined: Tue Oct 14, 2008 9:14 am
- Kiting since: 2008
- Local Beach: Holland
- Favorite Beaches: everywhere at the seaside, where it is allowed to kite
- Style: cruising& wave
- Gear: Airush Sector 54 V5, Cypher5'8 active, compact 5'6, Compact5'5 active
Ozone reo V4 12 9 7 5
- Brand Affiliation: none
- Location: outer space
I had Reo V3....REO V4 is really much better, very smooth, eats gusts ...won't go back to V3, ranges are bigger etc.
Real improvement not just colours,
will test V5 when it comes just to be sure if it changes for the better, I think that will be difficult, but one never knows, if not I keep my V4 for sure.
Sorry did not fly the Cab.
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