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Thanks for the pointer SupaEZ, I always enjoy your posts.
Fearing I'd posted the same video Diez13 had YouTubified, I took a closer look. Indeed the YouTube clock for Diez13's video counts just under 9 seconds. But similarly, the Vimeo clock on the Naish posted video counts 14.
Either way, it's a big lofty jump, and it's relatively easy to manipulate things like this these days. I thought I could throw some water on the flames, but I might have just thrown on some gasoline.
I'm not particularly concerned, I don't have a horse in this race.
Upon even further inspection: I'm an idiot and just reposted what was put-up by a Naish rep. last week:
10 pages just what Naish wants the kite is generating a lot of interest can't wait to try it as I'm sure the rest of you punters are eager to give it a go as well.Naish are the best when it comes to marketing their kites love your work Naish keep it up.
Good eyes funalex! We noticed that right when we first launched it and switched it round before going on the water!
I said I won't post anymore on this topic, but it's for your security, always check your bridle man ! ... your left front bridle was tangled :
Tautologies, the big difference is in the shape of the wingtips. The Charger had curved, pointy wingtips that made it look more like a delta kite. It was also wider in the middle (longer struts) which made the Charger a good all round kite. The Draft is definitely pretty specific in its range of use - big air and race.
Nice. Just what I would expect from the kite. Did you guys ever ride the charger? How does it compare? I am guessing the smaller sizes could drift well in waves though?
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