Care and Maintenance
Your kite is built with the best material available to ensure performance and durability at an affordable cost.
However all material, especially in a Marine environment, will show signs of wear after exposure to the elements.
Here are some tips to prolong your kite life span:
Care should be taken with the inflation/deflation valve. Read more
Make sure your kite is dry before storing it. When your kite got wet after a crash on the water, rinse it off with some tap water. Always hang it out to dry before storing it. Read more
UV exposure and flapping are the variables which cause the most wear on your kite canopy. After long exposure, the material will become brittle. Here are some tips to prevent that! Read more
As most of us launch and land our kites on beaches, we are all familiar with sand. Here are some tips to keep as much sand off and out your kite when packing up. Read more
Peter Lynn Depower foil kites are designed to specific measurement.
To deliver their optimal performance the equipment must be checked regularly to ensure the kites perform to the desired standards.
The speed system should be properly maintained and the bridle should be replaced every 50 to 60 hours depending on the intensity of use.
Information on how to tune your kite and all bridle measurements can be found in the Bridle and speedsystem tuning guide
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