foilholio wrote:The Genesis is a 6m. It is quite light for it's size. I will probably give it a go or two on water again now I fixed it, but I love the Pyscho4-6 much more even though it is heavier but the wind I use it in it doesn't matter. The Genesis was so cheap and I am not quite sure why I bought it Because it was cheap and I didn't really need it I delayed fixing it. Windriders shit spouting got me motivated, and jakemoores mention and explanation of the "long mixer test" clicked in my head a quick way to compare the bridles and then the fix became obvious, and now I wonder why I didn't do it sooner. HAHA. Well what to use it for ... it's light so it flys in little wind, cheap so I don't care if i rip it in two, it seems just about perfect for throwing on some handles and riding a skateboard around the place Which is what I think I will use it for. It could also be a fun kite for playing on a sup in light wind, which the psychos are too heavy for.
Previously the kite from Pansh with the most low end was the Aurora 22m, the A15 18m is pretty close especially after I modded mine, maybe even more powerful. Now the Aurora2 is out in 22m and you could easily apply the same mods to the Auroras. Both the A15 and Aurora2 come in Ultralight version with lighter fabric and thinner bridles. The Aurora 22m Ultralight seems the obvious best low end, my only concern would be a couple more reviews about the Aurora2. A couple guys have bought them so I guess just wait. The A15 is thoroughly vetted, ultralight version is yet to be seen though. I can only imagine it would be very good, 800-900grams off the 18m would be epic.
I wouldn't use the Blaze 3 on water because it's opencell and it'll be a nightmare if you drop it. Those prices don't include the 50% off, the discount doesn't apply to the blaze3 either so it's Aurora2 -15 $389 vs $269 blaze3-15. Looking at the way they price kites, labor must be their biggest cost.
Thanks for answering me.windrider1 wrote:Well since u keep asking The good reviews were from some russian guys on YouTube and also some guy tht runs a kite school called hardwater kiting. Turns out thise Russians had some type of relationship with pansh and the guy from the school sold kites for a living so go figure the reviews are gonna be tainted .After this now im really skeptical of reviews unless it comes from your everyday experienced kiter who is no way affiliated with a kite company.
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