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Karma - Prism 4D (4/23/16)

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The next Karma drawing is from @elmo264, up for grabs is a Red Prism 4D Ultralight Dual Line Stunt Kite. 

This kite is only slightly used with maybe 20 total minutes of flight time. We will get an image posted as soon as possible. 

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Example in flight:


The RNG will select the winner on April 23rd.
Enter with "I'm in" per the usual procedure.
Good luck everyone!

Entries so far:

  1. @Paramedic
  2. @Mike Klaiber
  3. @DeafThunder
  4. @RaginCajun
  5. @JamesC
  6. @cerfvoliste
  7. @mywindstuff
  8. @makatakam
  9. @drdemonx
  10. @Brucifer


Standard Karma Note from the Moderators

This is a Karma Drawing. The winner of the drawing is expected to pay it forward by offering their own prize for the next drawing. Please do not enter unless you are willing to offer your own prize, preferably not the prize you just won. Drawings should be open for entry approximately 2 weeks, and the next drawing should be posted as soon as possible to keep the Karma rolling.

These drawings are run by and for KiteLife forum members and DO NOT require a paid subscription to enter. The moderating team only ensures that your drawing post contains all of the pertinent information (drawing date/time, adequate prize description, drawing rules) before approval.

If you are a KiteLife forum member from the US or Canada, you are eligible to enter. You do not have to be a paid subscriber. Members from Canada, Alaska, and Hawaii are welcome to enter the Karma drawings provided they are willing to pay half of the Karma prize shipping cost.

The method and timing of the payment will be agreed upon between the two parties after the drawing for a particular prize.

Here is the link to the original Rules and Guidelines thread: http://kitelife.com/forum/topic/5426-rules-and-guidelines-please-read/

The mechanism for the drawing itself is entirely at the discretion of the person offering the prize. In the past, entry number has been determined either by order of entry or by the post number in which the member declares entry into the drawing. The drawings have been performed using the RNG method (http://www.random.org/sequences/) or by choosing the numbers out of a hat (I believe an adorable daughter did the picking in that scenario). The only requirement is that the method of selection is clearly spelled out in the drawing post.

Entry into the drawings is done by STARTING a post in the drawing thread with the entry phrase chosen by the drawing host (Traditionally "I'm in", but "I LIKE" has been used as well). In order to remove any confusion or misinterpretation, only entries with posts that START with the phrase will be considered. As with all other KiteLife drawings, bantering is encouraged. This is for fun after all.

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Nice prize! My son loves to fly his 4d, its perfect for the little ones due to the light pull & robust construction.

Sent from my LG-K330 using KiteLife mobile app

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I have one in blue. It's a fun little kite that I've pushed further than I should at times. I'll sit this one out and let someone else enjoy it. 

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40 minutes ago, jeepinjeepin said:

I have one in blue. It's a fun little kite that I've pushed further than I should at times. I'll sit this one out and let someone else enjoy it. 

Ditto, what he said....  I too have a blue 4D & it was my most flown kite for about two years.  Due to my inexperience it would fly when no other dualie I owned would at that time.  With my 4D I learned gliding out to regain ground, zero wind flying, urban flying, overpowered flying survival techniques, short line (18') line flying, sail pressure, bridle adjustment & did my first 360's & 720's.  I flew it a bunch & while many would say it is a twitchy kite I took it as a challenge to refine my inputs.  I also could leave it fully assembled in the back seat of the little Geo or in the passenger area of the pick up.  I wore out the nose tip & repaired it twice, lost spreaders, found them the next day & ground down the leading edges on asphalt.  Never did fly it pulling a tail but the little kite can do it all.  It still goes with me everywhere I go "just in case".  Not really a beginners kite but that's what I used it for.  Too much information?

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Love that little kite, SHBKF

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5 hours ago, RaginCajun said:

I'm in!  I have one,  but I know someone who doesn't. :)

I like the way you think!

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I'm in! Love to have an ultralight for light wind Louisiana! Lol

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I am in.

I have a nice Karma prize tucked away in the closet, so here is my hat (in-the-ring).

No Matter Where You Go, There You Are.

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I'm in. Finally got my internet back. Just in time to win this one. Yaaaaayyyyyy!

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8 hours ago, makatakam said:

I'm in. Finally got my internet back. Just in time to win this one. Yaaaaayyyyyy!

Welcome back, I always enjoy your posts.  Glad to see all this interest in the 4D.  There have been times when I felt like I was one of the few that liked this kite.  It is so willing to fly that you just got to love it.  Well it works for me anyway.  SHBKF

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I'm in. If a last minute effort to add my name to the list isn't a day late and forum post short!

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Been trying to get in touch with @elmo264 to see how he wanted to handle the drawing. He hasn't replied so I'm going to see who the RNG chooses. Back in a minute. 

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The RNG has spoken. The winner is @Mike Klaiber #2. Congratulations, Mike. I'll work to get you and @elmo264 in touch so we can get you this prize. Thank you everyone for playing. 

 

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A nice kite that travels easily, and can be flown in most conditions. Enjoy it!

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