same as "man rides 7m kite in 40 knots and is NOT underpowered"Kamikuza wrote:I would have been surprised if you couldn't have ridden a race board I those conditions. :rolleyes:
That animated logo of yours is apropo too
Hi joriws,joriws wrote:Kamikuza, exactly. I as 110kg kiter can ride 10knots on twintip on other brand 15m foil kite and going upwind.
But to keep on the topic, here is another review video of Chrono. Again I've no clue what they are talking about so I can consentrate on video. Kite as a bikini top..
kitepower wrote:Video's say a lot more than words. The board is a large directional the Cab Alias, I'm about 77kg wind peaked at around 15knots while I was out, then dropped as the sun set, I kited till sunset and by then the wind was well under 10 knots but I still had plenty of power to ride upwind and downwind. Love the way the Chrono's fly upwind and am amazed at their downwind performance too.
I think the video wants to say Chrono is not for everyone. Also Ozone designer video states that.föhn wrote: Does it try to create confusion?
Does it try to become discredited to Ozone Chrono?
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