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Author Topic: Prism E2 vs. E3  (Read 21552 times)
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« Reply #45 on: December 01, 2009, 01:15 PM »

thanks for your kind words.  I posted it here this morning.

Thanks for linking it for him. 
I remember when it first came out my attitude was like, "the sky is falling, the sky is falling! This kite is a little different!"  But after putting some time on it I found a lot to like.  The heavier feel than the E2 calmed my often over enthusiastic inputs.  I found in a yo yo the wings would stay level more consistently than with other kites. So then after the wrap it was easier for me to continue into a combo.  I've learned a lot about what I want from kiting in the last six months.  I just want to get outside and have some fun.  Easy going fun kites like the E3 (and the Premiere Widow) really fit with my current interest level in kiting.  That's why I posted in this thread and put the video online. I just wanted to share the fun side of this kite.  Its not the next end all be all kite.  Its just a cool looking kite that does some neat tricks.  A fun companion for a warm summers day.
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« Reply #46 on: December 01, 2009, 02:11 PM »

Thanks Jim.  You are quick today.  Fast link and fast kite purchase.
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