First, i dont think the x2 has a problem with the windrange, its depower is huge and i can get it going as early as any other kite out there.Peter_Frank wrote:Once again, we'll only see some loose shooting from personal "favorite" kites here.
You can choose almost whatever kite you want (as long as the AR is about the same), if you want it to be like the X2 (just with much better windrange - which was the only problem with the X2).
In 2004 most brands are getting closer to each other, f.ex. the Takoon Skoop3 has much more power now, and the North Rhino4 has less power, but more windrange (both compared to earlier models).
So they are more equalled out nowadays...
You have to be more specific about some details or features - OR, try the kites yourself in advance.
I dont think anyone can help you with your question, really
Only a very few kites today (if any...) are far away from the "main stream" trend, which most riders like.
And your shop/store will know, whether a specific kite is an intermediate low or high performance kite, or an advanced kite with difficult relaunch, or whether it is in the high or low end of the windrange.
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