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Europ2
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Re: The Monjet Ninox

Postby Europ2 » Mon Oct 15, 2018 4:16 pm

@Regis-de-Giens: still happy with your Pulsion ?

Some news about the SS kites:
Gin will release a Shaman 2 at the end of this month (October 2018):
https://www.ginkites.com/product/shaman-2/

Monjet: updated their FB Homepage https://www.facebook.com/monjetkiteboarding/ last 2017, July 2nd with a picture of their 10m2 production kite and then ... nothing :( even on https://monjetkiteboarding.com/
First look of the Ninox 10m2 production model.
Weights only 1,35kg including the bridles.
It fits perfectly in a small backpack, where would you take it with you?
More info coming soon!

Regis-de-giens
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Local Beach: France: St Laurent du Var, Cannes, Almanarre
Style: 62 kg , light wind
Gear: Conceptair pulsion 15&12, Elf 11 &7, OR Flite 10m , Airush One 9&6, Rally 6&4.
foil Ketos, Zone, OR mako, snowskis, kite-boat
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Re: The Monjet Ninox

Postby Regis-de-giens » Mon Oct 15, 2018 6:04 pm

Oh yes , still happy. It seems to me that brands having launched new medium ratio kites don ot reach a similar low end. So... still happy.
IMO Existing Single skin are too small to gain low end vs pulsion 15m and lack of structures and LD ratios.

So if i had plenty of money, and waiting for potential promising kites like ninox in more than 15m2, i would buy and test a ozone xxlight in 19m (Single skin paraglider) . But it is too expensive for a hypothetic gain in low end


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