Definitely! I haven't gotten a chance to try out the Nitro line yet, but if they perform better than my current kites, I would definitely be interested regardless of price differences. It does sound like a kite I would like according to reviews I have read.Hansen Aerosports wrote:@ davesails7 - Thanks for the kind comments. Personally, I think speculating on the used market of any product is risky when making a buying decision. It should be based on quality, performance, support and 'bang for the buck.' Based on our lab and on-the-water testing there is also a good chance the Nitro3 (along with the new Controller2 bar) outperforms and outlasts those other kites. What then???
I stayed away from the original Nitro because I heard the bar pressure was on the high side (which I don't like), but I read that the Nitro II bar pressure was lower. Will the bar pressure on the III be about the same as the II?
Will the new bar release to a single front line? When will the new bar be available?