Flight Time wrote:I think this thread will hit 59 pages too.
I hope this 2-4 is "gradually" sinking in the minds of all those still resisting the obviouskookfest wrote:"Pump Me Up" is correct. I'm privy to a lot of new kite testing. No kite will stay upwind under about 8 knots, regardless of the board. There is no kite in the world that will even fly in 2-4 knots. People sometimes get confused about kites because of the phenomenon of "gradient". The wind speed at 40ft can be completely different to the speed at ground level.
Hey Oldnbreaking news .....the "crazy" originator was D. (see above quote )Dimitri M wrote: I would like to thank you for doing this because you don't know how many INFINITY kites we have sold for the past 6 months, it's crazy
Hilarious! Could be time to restock the warehouse: Another Infinity has just been sold because of this ONE post. Along with some Cabbage Rolls (λαχανοντολμαδάκια) and a tub of tzatziki dip.SupaEZ wrote:(Taken word for word from D.'s e-mail sent personally to me on 4/29/13)
He wrote :
But for sure i should give you a commission since because of you we are sold out of INF V2
My response to that :
Always will be sold out if all you stock is 2-4 kites max in a warehouse
In retrospect.....clearly the Epi(c)tome of BSDimitri M wrote: It is time for a "LIGHT WIND SHOW DOWN"[/u][/i].
I meant what I said. The INFINITY v3 can fly in 2 to 4 knots and it has been proven so many times. And the last time was in NAPLES two weeks ago. Don't worry once again I have videos to show the reaction of the people on the beach. If you know NAPLES, it is a Cabrinha territory. Very hard to convince them.
SupaEZ I will be coming to COCOA beach December the 11th . Hopefully it will be blowing less then 5 knots so you can see it from yourself what the INFINITY v3 is all about.
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