Kites (obviously) Single, Dual & Quad-line. I also enjoy spending time at the Coast, Golf, Kayaking, Sailing, Fresh Water Fishing, GeoCaching, Grilling (almost daily), Messing with Computers, Building, and Tinkering around with almost anything in my shop. (I hate winter and cold weather)
Rev B2 (std, mid, & vtd), Rev 1.5 B (mid), Prism Fanatic & Micron, Premier Nighthawk
In light winds it is nearly impossible to break anything, 2 wraps rarely ever get broken unless they are flown in winds that are stronger. That being said, 4 wraps always take the most severe abuse because they are always flown in the strongest winds. The kite is alway flying its fastes as well, meaning that when it contacts the ground or other objects, the impace is more severe. We sell more 3 wrap and 4 wrap replacement rods than 2 wraps.
Well, that sure makes sense.
Stronger Winds + Fast Speed = Severe Impact (BIGGER CRASH)
Rained sideways that day, 42 degrees, 35 mph gusts.
Hmm! You had my attention, right up to that point, and then I remembered, that this story began, back in February. That just doesn't sound like fun (IMHO)! Everything else does, but I'll have to continue my treks up to Corolla, during the warmer months, which "I HOPE", is going to be early next month.........