My experience on the NitroV2 comes from an hour demo, but there was decent conditions, normally I'd be on a 12m, I was on a 10m, no problem at all, Not sure about killing the power, since I didn't have any issues at all after a few jumps, can't imagine any issues in this department since the switch bar has plenty of throw allowing for maximum depower.flybykite wrote:Yes it boost great but you cannot kill the power after a landing. Huge minus for me! Also has slow non responsive turns. It would not allow me to ride hooligan style as I was always fighting the power just to make transitions. Wind range is also very narrow. Rode the thing about 10 times before I sold it. Edge boosts just as well and allows you to kill power after the landing.
Andrew,andrewb44 wrote:Thanks for the great feedback.
Just a few comments:
"I don't want any small brands since they can't afford to spend money on r&d and make ridiculous claims"
This means that I will not consider kites from brands like Switch kites, Core kites, Epic Kites etc. (e.g. I tried a Switch Nitro and was crying in agony with the high bar pressure. I've tried an Epic Infinity / Fat Lady. Enough Said. )
I am price sensitive but am more concerned with finding the right kite than finding the best deal, so I would pay a premium for a kite that meet all my criteria.
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