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Re: Wainman Hawaii C-Kites

Postby RideLow » Sat Aug 03, 2013 9:23 am

Throwback saturdays!
Good old No fear "eyes" logo..
havent we seen enough of them.. They went bankrupt in 2011..

Hope they change it up before it hits production.. Me thinks it kinda looks bad..
Kite looks nice otherwise..


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Re: Wainman Hawaii C-Kites

Postby eree » Sat Aug 03, 2013 10:09 am

or may be...
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Re: Wainman Hawaii C-Kites

Postby Gigi;) » Sun Aug 04, 2013 7:36 am

@nikalaitzian, wrogu - mini Y-bridle comes from GK kites if I'm correct, also Windwing was using it on a predecessor of a so called open C kites.

wrogu wrote:
I use to be a brand victim until i opened my mind.I hate people who refuse to give a chance to a small brand that it builds good if not equal kites.

ps.the bridle on Nobile its not that small

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You are right. But I would consider all: Nobile, Epic, Wainman as small brands :wink: That patent thing was an overkill :wink: :wink: Flexifoil Hadlow pro 2011 also had a small bridle. It is quite a common thing.

Have a close peek at the photos. There are several connection points to the kite. I have not seen any official info, but from the photos I am 90% positive you can have single line connection, small bridle connection and probably something else ;) Wainmans are know for their tunebility.

Anyways I have not flown WH or EPIC in my life. But I wanted to stand for WH :wink: they are not copycats ... or ... every brand is one :lol:

Cheers Mate, please don't take any offence :)

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