Not saying switching it up is fine, but whoever can't figure out how to relaunch because the bar is backward has no sense of how kites work. In all honesty, the guy should have it figured out just by observing what the kite is doing and be over it in about thirty seconds. Maybe an issue for a beginner, but they shouldn't be borrowing gear in the first place.Bille wrote:
Read my last post ; that guy got Really Pissed at me because he dropped
my kite in the water, and couldn't relaunch it ,(i had the colors reversed).
yeah this is a good argument for it, but if we take this to its extension, there would be a lot more standards I could see being super important.Peter_Frank wrote: It could also be someone trying to help you if unconscious or in trouble, and wanting to keep the kite "stable" on the ground or water (if not possible/wise to release), thus you pull on one side of the bar awaiting that red is on the left
That is an unusual color indeed, the grey-yellowlongwhitecloud wrote:torch bar, looks so sick err until i am stuck upside down with 15 milliseconds to grab the right side after 12+? years with red on the left. wtf.
This is how we remember it (the three Rs)Bille wrote:DANG !JS wrote: ...
so maybe "red" means "right".
I always used Red on Right because a Red buoy, is on the Right
when you Return to a harbor. The Three R's.
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