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badinfluence

Member Since 15 Oct 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 20 2013 07:53 AM
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#84156 Zen 1. impressions

Posted by badinfluence on 28 September 2011 - 10:21 AM

I'm hoping to get an Indoor Rev for Christmas *wink wink, nudge nudge* After watching the Singapore vids JB posted, the Indoor looks like the way to go when there is 0-wind outdoors.


my order of attack goes 0-2 mph indoor rev, 3-6 mph Zen, 7+ mph 1.5 series, 12+ vented. Sounds a bit routine now that i look at it on paper but for the most part if there is hardly any wind at all or no wind or some swirly light wind the indoor flies great outside and the new frame they come with is fatter than the old style so they are made quite a bit stronger. If the winds are light to steady, ill get the 1.5 out and see what i can do but if i struggle with keeping it aloft, then i pull out the trusty Zen and it never lets me down. The Zen flys in some pretty bad wind conditions in my own expierence and handles diffrently but much the same. I was uncertain about my Zen at first but it has been my go to kite in horrible wind condtions and never dissapoints me. Like john said to me...." I am glad you found some Zen".


#74676 light wind lines

Posted by badinfluence on 27 October 2010 - 11:22 AM

if you manage to get it up and get it inverted and keep the lines fairly snug without much slack, at the bottom of the float before it crashes into the ground, what is the technique for getting it turned right up and powered up again for the "launch and float again"???