foilholio wrote:Wow that's some serious turd polishing you got going there. Whats your relation to the company? If your just a regular user that's sad beyond belief. No one with half a clew wants to ride that god awful contraption. All Cabrinhas pro riders jumped ship as soon as the option was provided.
Wow that's some serious hating you have going there. What's
your beef with Cabrinha? Maybe you're
working for a competitor. Since you asked, I am just a regular user, a happy Cabrinha customer overall, and I suspect likely a happier person than you. Had a great day on the water today. Sun shining, wind blowing, all my gear working great. Felt good to be alive. The funny thing though is that I could trim my new kite just fine despite, as I have just learned, it being saddled with a God-awful
contraption that none of Cabrinha's
pro riders, and I suppose by extension all those pro rider wannabes and posers out there, would be caught dead with. So maybe the blissful ignorance that comes from having only half a clue
is not such a bad thing.
Sure Cabrinha are not perfect. Took them forever to get a decent QR (and that looks like a knock off from North if not others). They had to recall their lines one year. And so on. I am sure other brands do certain things better for certain people, and likely for me as well. But I am also sure that Cabrinha don't deserve the level of vitriol that you are piling onto them.
foilholio wrote:As for this spreader bar. NP has the resources to do so much better. Which makes the mee too crap each year even more disappointing. Add to the fact there already exists many better options they could mee too and improve, but choose not to. I should just blame the users as they are the ones funding this rubbish.
Love to see you make some suggestions of how they could do so much better. Or better still, start your own business. If you can make and sell something that is clearly superior to Cabrinha (or North, Ozone, OR, Epic, Slingshot, etc) then I will be first in line to buy. But good luck trying to survive without marketing. And watch out for all those knockers when you make it to number one. They just come with the territory apparently.
And thanks for keeping this thread alive. While it is alive there remains the chance that someone who has actually used these bars will post something informative. Because I am curious to learn how they compare with something like a Jay bar.