User Manual for Kiters


Kiteboarding is an extreme sport. Tubekites including their lines and control system can be dangerous for flying devices and anyone who comes too close to them. Take kiteboarding and the risks involved seriously. When you start kiteboarding, get in any case help from experienced kiters or – better go directly to a qualified kite instructor or a kite school. Improper or negligent use of these kites can cause serious injuries or even death. Never use the kite near power lines, airports or roads and always keep the lines in a sufficient safety distance from people and obstructions. Only fly the kite where you have enough space available. Watch the wind and weather conditions and be cautious with off-shore, on-shore or extremely gusty winds. Only use the kite on the water when you are able to control the kite on the shore yourself. Keep in mind that you are always responsible for the handling and that safety always comes first. Assess your riding skills realistically and never kite, if you are not 100% sure that the conditions match your riding skills. Always wear appropriate safety equipment as well as a swimming aid, if you use the kite on the water. Never link yourself permanently to the kite. The kite is neither a flight device nor suitable as a flotation device.
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