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  1. 6m F-arc

    Very cool! Great job
  2. Peter Lynn Charger.... 2017 Kite!

    Little update, we didn't yet have the chance to do a proper photo/video shoot but we did throw it online today, on both peterlynnkiteboarding.com and peterlynn.com It's the same kite as the CH2 with the only change being the fabric, which is lighter and somewhat more airtight, but honestly you'll only notice this if you fly both models back to back for days. Cheers
  3. A bit of high wind fun

    Hi all, Maybe you've heard, last wednesday the RedBull Megaloop challenge was on again. After 1,5 years waiting for the right conditions. Here some video's Enjoy!
  4. Peter Lynn Aero

    Way too slow.. yeah, I have to agree. To a point though. Just like "reactive copycatting", also agree but only up to a point. Point is we're actually quite a small team and we have a lot of different kites to bring, so yes, learning how to make a depower took some time, perfecting the knowledge even more so. Here's the interview with Michel as found in the Kite&Friends I think/hope we'll see more and more positive results for the Aero in times to come once folks recognise the potential of the kite. Anyhoo, came here to post the final weight of the 20m, 2.9kg (making it the lightest big depow on the market)
  5. Peter Lynn Aero

    Just updated the website with sizes and weights, I don't have the weight of the 20 yet, will have to wait 2 weeks on that. (designer went to Ragnarok, lucky bugger..) http://www.peterlynnkiteboarding.com/en/4/vmpl4707/aero.aspx
  6. Peter Lynn Aero

    The Coated fabric is stiffer and a bit stronger than the uncoated, this helps keeping the wing in shape better, that said only the ribs that have bridle points are coated for strength, all "unsupported" ribs are uncoated to keep the overall weight down. Only the 20m doesn't have this, the 20 is made competely out of uncoated 27 and 32gr Skytex to make it as light as possible. Happy to give any more info if there's more questions, still need to make the website a bit clearer on all the differences between the 'normal', UL and the 20m
  7. Peter Lynn Aero

    Or here: http://www.peterlynnkiteboarding.com/en/4/vmpl4707/aero-light.aspx
  8. PL launch new website

    We started making Lei's late 2012. I think the current Charger (II) will get an update
  9. New Peter Lynn video

    I'm a fan of the Twinskin myself, so it saddens me to see the lack of focus on the concept. The unfortunate truth is that we simply do not have the manpower to cover all the different kite disciplines properly. I can say that the Arc isn't dead though, I do not see a completely new and redesigned model coming any time soon but rather some improvements to the current Charger (II).
  10. PL launch new website

    Haha, aspx, yeah, getting fixed. And.. we're not stopping Arc/Twinskins just yet..
  11. Happy Birthday Joel

    Happy B-day!
  12. Flysurfer's Bridled Arc?

    The 'vision' was an Ozone experiment which didn't come to fruition if I remember correctly. Armins screen shows the new Speed..
  13. This is KINGSTON

    Very nice! great edit Joel!
  14. Peter Thin

    Hi All, As a lot of buggiers out there know, the quality of the Peter Lynn buggies has been sub par (to put it mildly) mainly because the Chinese factory has/had different ideas on what quality is. We have been working on a complete overhaul of the buggy range and have found a new (European!) factory to build them for us. As of right now the first model is available, it's called the Rally and will replace the XR+. It's all thickwalled steel which makes the buggy heavier but more importantly; a lot stronger! So no more Peter Thin but Peter Sturdy We haven't had the chance yet to make some action pics but here's how it looks; Or find it here: http://www.peterlynn.com/buggies/rally/
  15. Excuse the pimp...

    Peter Lynn just released their new wave/freeride kite, the Swell V2. More info: http://www.peterlynn.com/lei-kites/swell/