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Food for Thought - Alulla kites

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Created by shred 2 months ago, 5 Dec 2023
shred
WA, 53 posts
5 Dec 2023 5:47PM
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I'll let these guys do the talking.

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NorthernKitesAUS
QLD, 1058 posts
16 Jan 2024 2:05PM
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#DontBelieveTheHype

dachopper
WA, 1782 posts
18 Jan 2024 2:14AM
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shred said..
I'll let these guys do the talking.

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Some good advice, but it's also worth mentioning one of the other massive benefits is weight savings, and in turn kite performance in light wind. The turning response and feedback is better than 1 strutt kites, and weight can be less depending on which kite you get, and how much of it is Allula, and how much the company has optimized the weight.

I have a four year old 12 meter, and it is a light wind weapon. You can relaunch the kite in far less wind than it needs for you to kite in, meaning you never need to worry about not being able to relaunch in light winds again.

timmybuddhadude
WA, 726 posts
19 Jan 2024 12:43AM
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dachopper said..

shred said..
I'll let these guys do the talking.

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Some good advice, but it's also worth mentioning one of the other massive benefits is weight savings, and in turn kite performance in light wind. The turning response and feedback is better than 1 strutt kites, and weight can be less depending on which kite you get, and how much of it is Allula, and how much the company has optimized the weight.

I have a four year old 12 meter, and it is a light wind weapon. You can relaunch the kite in far less wind than it needs for you to kite in, meaning you never need to worry about not being able to relaunch in light winds again.


Hello...
Which kite ???
Thanks...

dachopper
WA, 1782 posts
19 Jan 2024 2:10AM
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timmybuddhadude said..

dachopper said..


shred said..
I'll let these guys do the talking.

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Some good advice, but it's also worth mentioning one of the other massive benefits is weight savings, and in turn kite performance in light wind. The turning response and feedback is better than 1 strutt kites, and weight can be less depending on which kite you get, and how much of it is Allula, and how much the company has optimized the weight.

I have a four year old 12 meter, and it is a light wind weapon. You can relaunch the kite in far less wind than it needs for you to kite in, meaning you never need to worry about not being able to relaunch in light winds again.



Hello...
Which kite ???
Thanks...


I have the original 12 meter Alulla OR Roam, the new version is lighter still.

timmybuddhadude
WA, 726 posts
19 Jan 2024 7:06PM
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Wow ok thanks just saw three of those roams again Europeans on a tour bus thanks for info..
But they were on twintips so I was a bit confused but now I know they are a 'bit of both'..
Thanks for info...

dachopper
WA, 1782 posts
20 Jan 2024 9:43PM
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You can ride any kite for anything, but the Roam is definately not for jumping. Extremely good light wind handling, drift, relaunch, upwind and depower are ok also, very fast

marty72
QLD, 297 posts
6 Feb 2024 9:16AM
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NorthernKitesAUS said..
#DontBelieveTheHype


Don't knock it until you try it.



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