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Re: Moses 720

Postby grigorib » Mon Sep 23, 2019 1:52 pm

short review from past weekend at KOGL here

viewtopic.php?p=1070445#p1070445

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Re: Moses 720

Postby dave1986 » Mon Sep 23, 2019 1:54 pm

Sfollis wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 12:03 pm
I got mine through Boardworx (5-7 day delivered). I now hear they will soon release under the kiteline as the “718”.
That's interesting. Moses must now feel that it's good enough for kitesurfing (despite being originally intended for windsurfing) to be worthy of a new kite specific name. I wonder if there will he any difference between the 720 and 718!?

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Re: Moses 720

Postby dave1986 » Mon Sep 23, 2019 2:09 pm

grigorib wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 1:52 pm
short review from past weekend at KOGL here

viewtopic.php?p=1070445#p1070445
So would you say that the 590/330 has a faster top speed and more manoevreable compared with the 720? Whereas the 720/483 is more locked-in for straight line cruising?

How would you compare the 590/330 vs 720/483 for low-end speed?

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Boards: Spleene RIP 37, Flysurfer Flydoor5 XL, Slingshot/Moses 80/91/105cm masts 590/683s wings, Tim's 36" "woody", Slingshot Micro 3'6", MBS Comp 95x

For sale: Slingshot SST 5m 2018 $400, Slingshot SST 6m 2018 $480, Slingshot SST 9m 2019 $625, Slingshot RPM 11m 2018 $600, Core XR4 10m $900, Core XR4 13.5m $980, Core XR4 17m $1075, Slingshot Turbine 5m 2017 like new $450, BROkite carbon board 140x44cm like new complete $650, Slingshot Rally 6m 2017 like new $530, 2019 Slingshot Guardian 17" brand new $260, 2018 Slingshot Guardian 20" bar $190
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Re: Moses 720

Postby grigorib » Mon Sep 23, 2019 2:46 pm

Redirecting back into main topic

viewtopic.php?p=1070462#p1070462

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Jimmy Mazzanti
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Re: Moses 720

Postby Jimmy Mazzanti » Mon Sep 23, 2019 3:49 pm

dave1986 wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 1:54 pm
Sfollis wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 12:03 pm
I got mine through Boardworx (5-7 day delivered). I now hear they will soon release under the kiteline as the “718”.
That's interesting. Moses must now feel that it's good enough for kitesurfing (despite being originally intended for windsurfing) to be worthy of a new kite specific name. I wonder if there will he any difference between the 720 and 718!?
We feel that is a very good wing and most of the wings are crossover for all disciplines.
I saw a top rider using our kiterace foil surfing jaws , I saw another top rider using our 900 windsurf race for sup down and I could do many more example.
The 633 and the 683 were originally meant to surf waist high surf but we have now + 2000 customers that use them in kite

a good design simply works well and it is just a question to adjust the fuselage geometry and the stabilizer to make it perfect for different purpouse
cheers Jim


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