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Jawnee

Member Since 09 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 31 2010 06:11 PM
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In Topic: For Sale: Power Blast 2-4 (Brand New)

27 May 2009 - 05:51 PM

Price on the Power Blast 2-4 is reduced to $315.00 US folks... auction closes soon... anyone interested? See auction post below! Can't beat that deal anywhere....

John

Ebay Auction for Power Blast 2-4

In Topic: For Sale: Power Blast 2-4 (Brand New)

16 May 2009 - 11:48 AM

Hey all:

Further to my previous posts, I've lowered the price a bit on the Power Blast to $375.00 as a "Buy Now" on Ebay. The starting price is $US350.00 with no reserve. If anyone is interested here before it goes, send me an email...

best,

John

Ebay Link to aution

In Topic: For Sale: Power Blast 2-4 (Brand New)

01 May 2009 - 02:19 PM

Canadian dollars?



As per the post above.... US funds folks... it's about 2 months old!!....won't hurt me to keep it either, just thought someone here would like a good deal, and at US $399.00, it's a good deal!

John

In Topic: For Sale: Power Blast 2-4 (Brand New)

01 May 2009 - 09:13 AM

Jawnee.. I assume that's for USA takers only or would you send it across the pond? Oh and is it actually Red as shown?



Yes, that's in US funds and yes, that's the color (Red/White) .... As many of you know from following some of my threads in March, this kite is all but brand new. I flew it during my vacation and haven't since as I've been away. Yes, I can ship it anywhere anyone wishes.... first come first serve. As an aside, the Powerblast is not a hard kite to fly except that it does have a huge pull in bigger winds. I was able to get it to pull a sea kayak around down south. It's grand fun. The new kite(s) I'm getting are completely different as they're 14M kites and makes the PB look like a windsock... I still have my favorite Rev II which isn't going anywhere!

It's a very good deal here for anyone who is considering a PB2-4... still has that "new kite" smell... :P

John

*** I can see the confusion here on kiteboarding.... what I'm doing is more commonly referred to as "kite surfing".... check out the video here: Extreme Kiting

In Topic: "Power-Yaking"

12 March 2009 - 01:32 PM

Good points on the knife.... the kayak we used was a big ole stable two place "Sea-Kayak"... you are correct on the 'side-load'.... that's why my son was using the oar to dig in the back and turn it. We essentially went parallel with the beach back and forth. It was meant more to have a little fun and less on something that I'd do on a regular basis.

As a matter of fact, its more fun to body surf with it... I've been flying Rev's for about 14 years on and off and my son is getting pretty tricky with it as well. I gave him the handles of the Power Blast 2-4 and watched him get yanked about 5 feet in the air in and out of the waist deep water. He held on for dear life and had a ball... kinda resembled "Flipper" the movie... :lol:

In the video that comes with the PB, you see the owner jumping with the kite in a power lock situation... we're doing the same only popping a few feet in the air in and out of the crystal clear aqua water, but alas, the vacation ends tomorrow... back to the cold grind! :matrix:

John