[/i]Of all the exotic beaches and places you may have seen the V2 and V3 tested, I am sure this is the most unlikely (and maybe uninteresting) one. Dimitri sent me a V2 to try out on a trip I am taking on the 27th. He sent it early so I would get it before the xmas shipping rush. After seeing this video, he might rethink sending kites earlier than needed.
With too much time on my hands, no wind, and a cow pasture at my disposal, I decided to do my own "Redneck V2 Testing" There really was no wind most of the time, and I had to wait around for some 4 and 5kt puffs just to get the thing in the air. It did get there, and it was entertaining to see just how light the wind could be while I nursed this thing through the air. I was impressed, and Dimitri assures me that had this been a V3 we would have had even better results.
Looking forward to actually trying it in the water later this week.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJI6pgB4 ... e=youtu.be
Mr.KYLakeKiter love the title "Redneck v2 testing" video. Maybe I should name my next light wind V3 video like that. I guess you guys must of been very bored an anxious to test that INFINITY V2 demo and see if what you read and see was true.
As you can see on the video the V2 had difficulties staying up in the air in 5 knots. This is where the V3 puts the V2 to shame. But again who will kite in less then 5 knots on an SUP board!!! You need to be very good. Again the V2 & V3 are perfect from (6-7 to 13 - 14 knots) for people that are interested in kiting in such light winds.
Any way, make sure to test the V2 in the water in 7 to 11 knots and then test it from 11 to 16 knots and let us know what you think. Then please send it back because I do have other customers waiting for it.