I've already had more than 10 kites, please do not say what I have to learn, thank you. This kite is new, the rubbing was the normal one to put it in c. I repeat: the kite has only three weeks of use, about 15-20 times. I have not had occasion to check other brands, but it seems clear to me that the seams should NOT be made in that place. All confirmed by those who have repaired it, a very experienced person.fluidity wrote:You're trying to blame post-sales abrasions from rubbing on rough surfaces on Switch??
Check the surfaces you've been letting your kite rub against and learn from your mistake!
Switchkite offered me a small compensation (the repair cost more), but in the next purchase, which will never happen because I will never buy this brand again, given this design flaw that they do not want to admit. Too bad, the wing works very well