... the funny thing is you should re-visit some of your old kites now and see how they perform while using the Sector, its like a bit of an equalizer and evens out some of the things you didn't quite like about a certain kite. For example, I wasn't overly in love with my Core 17m kite, but after using it with the sector I really liked it as the Core turns really nice and quick where as my Dyno 18m is slower and I couldn't squeeze the fast turns out of it like I could with the Core. The Core made the Sector really fun in small surf.Westozzy wrote:Puetz wrote:... this is what I said on another thread, these boards were the next leap forward in kite (and board) design. When I first read Darren Marshalls review of the V1 sector a couple of years ago, he was sooooooo onto something!Westozzy wrote:Got my 54, na na na na na naaaa.
Agree with mike birt, they have totally changed my paradigm on kiting in general, and kite type and size selection. They will I think have huge impact on your entire quiver design once you get on one. Wow.
You were right Robbie. We tend to focus on the light wind ability of these but they serve so much more I have found. Like the other day, put a small kite up as was a cranking winter thing, then she dropped out enough to have to change kites, but no, just come into shore, swap on the sector have some fun, watch the front a coming, then as the wind rise again, swap boards. And the lulls would still be considered a decent wind.... 20 knots, but no probs on the smaller kite. So they are not just there to get you out on a bees fart, they do soooo much more. I have also been able to have a 4m diff between my smaller two kites the sector bridges the gap.
Anyway, just a little observation I found.