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HE7265

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About HE7265

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  • Birthday February 7

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  • Favorite Kite(s)
    Prism Kites (Zephyr, Quantum, 4D)
  • Flying Since
    2018
  • Location
    Queretaro, Qro.
  • Country
    Mexico
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. New here in the forum and definitely still a rookie in dual line stunt kite flying I dare to ask for a recommendation regarding light wind kites. I started flying with a Prism Quantum, a really nice kite. But here in Central Mexico the wind normally is not that strong, so I also got me soon a Prism Zephyr and a Prism 4D. My self evaluated skill level: No problem anymore to keep the kite in the air and flying in a controlled way, starts and landings work out in approx. 70% of the cases. At this moment I focus on learning stalls and snap stalls. Also, I think can clearly recognize the difference in flying the Zephyr vs the Quantum, it feels much more controllable considering turns etc. The 4D is also a great little kite, but as it is much more fragile I am way more concerned to damage it with my still limited skills compared to the Zephyr. My question now: What would be a reasonable next / additional light wind kite that would be from his characteristics anywhere in between the Zephyr and the 4D? I refer in here to characteristics flying it in lighter winds but still not being so sophisticated and fragile that I will potentially break it immediately with my still limited skills. Also, to have more options in lighter winds, definitely to go further in my learning process but also just to get a step by step bigger collection of kites. It’s not really that I need it, but also that I want some more kites...! As the Zephyr now is discontinued and a successor is still not available I am a little lost regarding options. One kite I was looking at is the HQ Shadow. Any recommendations and tips are highly welcome. Herbert
  2. Hello, new member and kite enthusiast here in the middle of Mexico. I started flying dual line kites last year, got hooked up and now I am looking to learn more and more, hopefully also in this forum. John, thanks a lot for the warm welcome! Herbert
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