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  1. After waiting for more than three months because of the Covid back log, I picked up my Soul2 10m a couple of days ago. Yesterday I put it together, gave it a good looking over then headed to the beach to fly it in 8 knots. I was immediately blown away and excited by how much quicker it turned being a 10m and on the shorter 17m lines compared to my 12m and the 20m lines. Very responsive. Then I thought I would see if I could get going on the land board in so little wind. To my surprise it wasn't to hard, turning the kite quicker to generate more power made it surprisingly good fun for such a light wind day. Today I drove to Byron Bay desperate to get on the water with it. No wind up at Kingscliff but Byron was showing some. I got a small window where there was enough wind and the rain stopped. Again I was blown away by how easy it was to turn the kite quickly and generate comparable power to the 12m Soul in these conditions. I was the only twin tip out there, all the other kiters were on foil boards. I came out of the water with a big smile on my face. This kite is a joy to fly and I can't wait to really put it to the test in some decent wind. I will do a full review at some point, once I have some more time to fly it. Watch this space... After waiting for more than three months because of the Covid back log, I picked up my Soul2 10m a couple of days ago. Yesterday I put it together, gave it a good looking over then headed to the beach to fly it in 8 knots. I was immediately blown away and excited by how much quicker it turned being a 10m and on the shorter 17m lines compared to my 12m and the 20m lines. Very responsive. Then I thought I' would see if I could get going on the land board in so little wind. To my surprise it wasn't to hard, turning the kite quicker to generate more power made it surprisingly good fun for such a light wind day. Today I drove to Byron Bay desperate to get on the water with it. No wind up at Kingscliff but Byron was showing some. I got a small window where there was enough wind and the rain stopped. Again I was blown away by how easy it was to turn the kite quickly and generate more power. This would have been a day for the 12m usually, but I was the only twin tip out there, all the other kiters were on foil boards. I came out of the water with a big smile on my face. This kite is a joy to fly and I can't wait to really put it to the test in some decent wind. I will do a full review at some point, once I have some more time to fly it. Watch this space...
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