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The Fone Impact 2006 was the best kite that Fone Kiteboarding produced that year. In general we can say that the Freestyle kite has been built not that tough (I’ve seen some impacts being torn up in the line-up), but the Impact flies incredibly light and turns on a dime. The 11 m Impact feels like a 10m or even a 9m and feels really responsive. Combine this with light bar pressure and you end up flying a kite that will offer hours of good fun. Want to buy the Fone Impact 2007? Go for the Tribal 2 then, but if you can get your hands on a 2006..

f one impact

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the Fone Dream was all about producing a kite for beginners and intermediate kiters. Although the Dream is a classic c-kite it has all its priorities straight: the Dream was a good start because it showed the essence of kitesurfing and that is of course easy to use versatility: throwing a jump, riding a wave, going crazy for speed, landing tricks or even cruising. To achieve all that with no worries, with fun as your only goal, the Fone Dream really delivered. F-One released its 5th Line Safety System as early as 9/8/2004 so the original was not fitted with a fifth line when it came out.

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The F-One Rival kite is for anyone in desperate need of a light wind kite. So if you are not blessed with 25+ winds regularly… Then you might consider to buy a Fone Rival. But consider the Rival also because it features the patented F-One Integral System. This system allows the kite to have bow kite like depower but still have the high performance characteristics of a classic C shape kite.

Fone Rival Kite

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