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thumbup.gif posted on 1-3-2017 at 05:46 PM
Pansh Flux 2m and 4m

My wife purchased the Pansh Flux 2m and 4m for me for Christmas. So I'd figure I would share some pictures of my new kites!

This is my first venture in to quad line kites, so I expect to learn a lot.

I'm impressed with the quality of the kites. I don't see anything obvious that would be cause for concern. I hope they fly as well as everyone says. It appears that the 1/2 price sale is available. I don't know when it will end.

What I got: (purchased December 2016)
Pansh Flux 2m RTF
Pansh Flux 4m KO
Kite Killers
25m 270kg and 136kg line set

I'm sure I'll find a home for these kites in my quiver somewhere. Anyone know how the Flux flies on 25m lines?

The 4m is 11ft 4in long. The 2m is just shy of 8ft.

In one of the cells on either side, there is a velcro strap that can be used to hold the lines in place. They shipped my 4m with the bridle connections are secured in place to keep them from getting tangled. The 2m was RTF so everything was connected.

Everything fits into the drawstring bag. I'll probably find some use for it.

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[*] posted on 1-4-2017 at 03:12 AM

I fly my 3/4/5 Flux on 25m lines exclusively so I can throw them in huge power loops in both directions as I'm cruising along in the buggy.

My 2m is the old freebie prototype model made of the heavy, very slick material. It's more of a novelty and collector kite to me.
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[*] posted on 1-4-2017 at 07:23 AM

The kids and I enjoy model rocketry as well. I guess certain hobbies go together.
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[*] posted on 1-4-2017 at 08:36 AM

The Flux kites are bomb proof, we had a couple as club kites for people to learn with and also for when the wind was really lumpy.
They are super stable and very progressive with the power.
I would say the newer ones are pretty close to a PKD Brooza which were fantastic storm kites for racing.
Have fun

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[*] posted on 5-31-2017 at 01:38 PM

I have the same exact one black/yellow in 5m, I must say that this is my new go to kite from now on over the Blades in my collection. They are very stable and take gusts pretty good. Also like the material on this thing, very slippery feel to it and accessories you get are really good. You get a lot for your money here... highly recommend it.....

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