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Category: AERIALIS Kites

On Rømø in September last year, I flew a prototype of the A-Quad Storm. Yesterday I did it again, but this time using my Storm!
Today I returned to the very same location I went to yesterday. With one major difference though. Today the gimbal of my drone was working!
I had a really good plan for this Saturday morning. Fly kites and shoot footage using the drone. But then something happened...
A few days ago I published a new kite maintenance video on AERIALIS Kites' YouTube channel! Leading edge repair. But I did forget something.
Today I added new option to the website main menu, the Kite Mintenance option!
What a way to end this year's Easter vacation! Rokkaku flying by the sea in glass smooth winds!
The other day I was out flying the A-Quad Hardcore when I suddenly felt that something was wrong.
It was Easter Evening and I had a few hours to spare. I dressed up for the windy, sunny and cold weather and hit the beach!
I've been playing around with Google Maps trying to locate new flying spots. Yesterday I found a promising one on the map, but what would this be like for real?
Quite some time ago, I built an indoor quad lined kite. But frankly, I haven't been quite satisfied with its overall flight characteristics.
I had a quick look through of the footage I shot last weekend and I found a few leftovers too good to be left out!
Flying in April should be nice and mild and in sunny weather. Well, yesterday was sunny allright, but mild? Nope!
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