Probably do you joking speaking that Ozone qr is better. Have you seen Ruben Lenten accident in spring with this bar quick release ??
arr, yes your right,a99 wrote: ↑Thu Aug 01, 2019 3:44 amProbably do you joking speaking that Ozone qr is better. Have you seen Ruben Lenten accident in spring with this bar quick release ??
Lot of users of this complaining that this quick release is to loose in sliding situation.
I fully agree !rolfjoosten wrote: ↑Fri Aug 02, 2019 1:08 pmWe are using the Click Bar personally and for teaching in our school. I have one bar which went through its 3rd season now without any repairs. (One of the floats broke from pulling it too much doing kiteloops and was replaced on the 2017 first model) The floats are stronger on the newer models where this does not happen anymore.
I personally love the Click Bar and would never change back to the Trust Bar. The Ozone Click in system is definitely nice but overall not better. I am hydrofoiling a lot nowadays with big Moses 683s setup in waves and swells where I kiteloop lots of times. No twisting of lines is a great feature which I don't want to miss along with the effortless depower system. I always depower my kites 2 or 3 clicks on the foil to adjust the pressure point to my liking. The flying lines are not the best but better than the reputation they have on this forum. I have replaced 2 line sets on a 2018 and 2019 Click Bar just out of curiosity to Liros DC200, DC300 and really love them. I mainly use the 2018 bar for foiling now as I made the lines to 19m which I prefer for playing in waves on the HF.
For me the Click Bar is the first bar where I had no parts worn after 150 to 200 hrs. Before Click Bar I ended up replacing my bar or replacing parts after about 150 or 200hrs which always annoyed me.
So in summary, I absolutely love my Click Bar for foiling as there are no wearing parts, no twisted front and safety lines.
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