Plutz & Prism Zero G |

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vigli:Any report in flying between these two models....? Thanks |

Ca Ike:Virtually identical. The zeroG is actually Ceewans plutz with a bit more tuning capability built in. Prism pretty much took Ceewans kite, designed some custom fittings for it and put it into production. Which is why you didn't hear much about the Plutz for a while. Ceewan and PRism were working on the Zero G together. I have flown the plutz 2 and zerog side by side and find no real difference. |

thief:Vigli which plutz are you referring to? There are 5 versions in total....the zero g is based off the plutz3.... The plutz1 is the best climber...the plutz2 is the best glider... The plutz3 and zero g are great combinations of the two previous versions.... The large (6 made) are great gliders....and the mega is a scaled up plutz3... |

Gamelord:Just to clarify any cloudiness....Prism did obtain permission and worked closely with Ceewan to produce the Zero G. For the uninformed, the above posts could be interpreted to insinuate that Prism stole the design, which which is not true. |

Ca Ike:Quote from: Gamelord on December 24, 2012, 01:23 PM Just to clarify any cloudiness....Prism did obtain permission and worked closely with Ceewan to produce the Zero G. For the uninformed, the above posts could be interpreted to insinuate that Prism stole the design, which which is not true. Oops edit made :) |

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