Posted 16 November 2009 - 01:44 PM
Posted 16 November 2009 - 01:48 PM
Edited by antman, 16 November 2009 - 01:50 PM.
Posted 16 November 2009 - 01:59 PM
Between the three of us we will get you back flying again. The Blast really is a...Blast to fly! (pun intended)
Posted 16 November 2009 - 02:32 PM
I think this is an example of Rev (Ben) going that extra step to help out.
The first offer might have been a good one. dont think you can beat the second one though.
Respect to Revolution and Kent.
Posted 18 November 2009 - 10:40 PM
In my eyes the contact with the ground was not very strong but this is of course difficult to proof. I flew two blasts that d-day, with different setups - but exact same conditions, and the second one has no damages at all.
Anyway, rev kites found an excellent solution for me. I am very happy with that !
Thanks again, happy wind,
Edited by TomW, 18 November 2009 - 10:41 PM.
Posted 18 November 2009 - 11:37 PM
Very Glad your sorted.
Keep flying and smiling Tom W
Posted 19 November 2009 - 11:24 PM
"When the power of love becomes more important than the love of power,
then there will be peace"
Posted 20 November 2009 - 06:20 AM
Found it on the Wind of Change website..
Things To Be Aware Of Before Putting Your Kite Away
Some of the obvious things to watch for is to make sure that you have all the pieces of your kite before leaving your flying spot. Many spare parts are purchased because they have been lost or forgotten instead of broken.
If your kite is wet or damp, do not store it in the bag or it may mildew and damage the colors of the fabric or the fabric integrity itself. If your kite is wet, let it dry fully before storing away. If you cannot dry your kite at your flying spot, open it up and let it air out when you get home, garages are great for this as are clothes lines, just make sure the kite can't power up while it is drying outside. Laying the kite on the grass can create dew or moisture on the kite, try to keep the kite off of the ground while you are drying it out.
If you fly near the ocean you will want to check your kite for salt, especially if it gets wet with sea water. The water will evaporate leaving the salt crystals to rub and "sand" your kite like sandpaper, always rinse your kite with fresh water after flying near salt water and let it dry completely before storing it away. Check your leading edge and end-caps for sand or salt residue to reduce the amount of wear on your sail. Empty any sand or other debris that may have found its way into your kite. As stated above, never leave your spars laying on the ground or they may be stepped on and broken.
This will help keep your kite as new as possible
Whenever you are stuffing something into the bag with your kite, make sure it will not snag, puncture, or tear your kite. If your bag has a zipper, run your hand on the bottom of the zipper while zipping up the bag to make sure your kite or kitebag does not accidentally get jammed in the zipper. Or use a Revolution Kitebag !
Edited by Madquad, 20 November 2009 - 06:22 AM.
It's not the size of your Rev.. its how you use it.
Seven days without flying a Rev makes one weak.
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