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Author Topic: Teasing us :)  (Read 810 times)
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« Reply #15 on: Today at 04:33 AM »


Are we expecting this kite to be relatively easy to fly precisely?

Well, the Superfly flies surprisingly precisely.

When I concentrate it flies precisely where I want it to, when I don't it flies precisely where it feels like  Cry
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« Reply #16 on: Today at 06:26 AM »

This won't be anything like the the nirvana. Just different that's all.
And who said it would be ?

sur·pass
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exceed; be greater than.
"prewar levels of production were surpassed in 1929"
synonyms:   excel, exceed, transcend; More

This won't be that like the sf either as it's not just a scaled up version.
Thats right, the SuperFly was a scaled *down* version of this kite, or at least what this kite was a couple of years ago.

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« Reply #17 on: Today at 06:38 AM »

It's contrasting not a comparison, put your dictionary away
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« Reply #18 on: Today at 08:41 AM »


Are we expecting this kite to be relatively easy to fly precisely?

Well, the Superfly flies surprisingly precisely.

When I concentrate it flies precisely where I want it to, when I don't it flies precisely where it feels like  Cry
and so does the Stranger Level 7! Smiley
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« Reply #19 on: Today at 09:20 AM »

I've flown a lot of different kites. The one kite that's been the best at just about everything is the Widow Maker. The Deep Space is my second. The Nirvanas, L'Atelier xt.r's are nice but not quite the same. No point in me craving something new when I still have a lot of room to grow to fly what I have. A lot of times I have to decide between cycling and flying and cycling wins.
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