sharky79 wrote:Nice idea, but what are the advantages ?
For the last 5 years I never had any bladder problems... That is kite bladder problems
jats2k9 wrote:Great idea dude!! It will also get rid of the valves peeling off which drives me crazy.
Zalex820 wrote:jats2k9 wrote:Great idea dude!! It will also get rid of the valves peeling off which drives me crazy.
Your valves peel off?
There would still need to be valves on the leading edge and struts only it would be attached to the fabric and not the bladder. I think it's a good idea but it would weigh more then just using a bladder.
Peter_Frank wrote:If such a thing could be developed, AND it could easily be repaired from the outside - it would be a clear winner
As for those never having had a puncture, you are lucky, and live in "easy" kitespots.
Most of us have thorn bushes and something even worse (YES, that exist too - bushes that are cut down to the ground so you dont see anything - but all the sharp thorns are still there fixed on the ground roots )
So having punctures is part of the game, get used to it
A kite that could be repaired easily from the outside - GENIUS
Although - I dont have any clue how that could be made....
Punctures happens so rare, that it is not a problem as such - but if it could be easier repaired - it would be awesome.
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