Michael Waldman

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  1. Michael Waldman

    Help choosing a kite

    1) I would like to keep the price under $200. If there is anything good in the low to mid 100s that would be great. 2) The average winds near me are probably around 10-15 mph steady on a good day but it can go from 15mph to 5 mph in one day. A local airport puts the yearly average at 10 mph almost every year. 3) I am looking for a well rounded kite that can handle tricks but is also precise. Hopefully when I become more skilled with tricks I will seek another kite. - Thank you Again
  2. Michael Waldman

    Help choosing a kite

    I forgot to mention that I usually fly on a beach with varying wind conditions and occasionally in a large open field.
  3. Michael Waldman

    Help choosing a kite

    I am sorry if this is in the wrong place or has been answered already. If it is please direct me to the correct area. I currently have a Prism Nexus that I have flown for about a year and a half. I feel proficient with my basic control of the kite and can perform snap stalls and a few other very basic tricks and occasionally pull off a sketchy axel. I feel that I will need a different kite to progress to more advanced tricks. I am looking to get a kite that is advanced enough to do many tricks and that I will not need a new one soon. Price is an enormous factor to me. I want to spend as little as possible. I have considered the Prism Hypnotist, quantum and E3. I would like to know what alternatives there are and what kites you would recommend. My price range if flexible but I would really like to pay around e3 money or less. -Thank you ,