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Author Topic: New kite from R-Sky: R-Sky Toxic - who tried ?  (Read 912 times)
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« on: November 13, 2010, 12:55 AM »

Hello there,

Does anyone own/tried the new R-Sky Toxic (www.r-sky.com) ?
I just found one review here, but nothing else:
http://v2.1.kiteclique.com/wordpress-3.0/wordpress/uncategorized/r-sky-toxic-s-by-harvey

I'm glad R-sky is still developing new kites even though they stop the competition.

joE
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« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2010, 01:43 PM »

Hello,

I have my Toxic since almost one month and for me the kite feels a little bit like the Krystal FX but all yoyo based tricks are much easier (faster) and two pop yoyos are very nice too. Especially the Yofade is a trick that is very nice with Toxic, because its verfy easy to stop the kite at the fade position and its possible to do some backspins or a backspin-cascade or just hold the kite at the fade position before unrolling. I've never flown a kite that is that stable in this position.
For most tricks you need short inputs an especially with the Comete I had problems because its totally different then with the NSE but once you get used to this short inputs its no problem and you can do very fast cometes.
All other tricks I know like JL, Taz, Slot, 540, backpins, backspin-cascades make no problems at all.

Jürgen
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