Prism Nexus 2.0 Sport kite

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Description
New features for Nexus 2.0:

  • New sail shape improves stability in light wind
  • Top loading bag with linset pouch
  • Bag rolls up with carabiner
  • Fresh graphics and colors
  • Backwards compatible frame and fittings


Big enough for real-kite performance, small enough to pack in a suitcase, the Nexus is an adrenaline-filled intro to sport kiting and we know it’ll get you hooked. Simple, rugged and affordable, the Nexus flies with the ease and control of a larger kite, with all the details that have made Prism the world’s leader in sport kite design.

The Nexus features a composite carbon/glass frame for instant response and great light-wind performance. The three-point Turbo Bridle offers easy adjustment for a wide range of wind: just tilt the nose forward for lighter winds or back for strong winds. Our Turbo Bridle comes with built in limiters so you’ll never overtune your kite out of flying range.

Speedier and sportier than a full-size kite, the Nexus will still get you started on a range of stunts and introduce you to the world of trick flying. Comes complete with low-stretch Spectra lines, winder, flight straps and a handy travel case that’s small enough to bring every time you head for the outdoors.

What’s the difference between the Quantum and Nexus?
The Quantum and Nexus share the same wing shape but the Quantum is a larger kite, making it more stable, easier to fly, and harder-pulling. Because larger kites are more forgiving to control, they make learning easier for beginners. They also make more advanced tricks easier to learn, making the Quantum a kite you’ll never outgrow.

The Nexus is stable and precise for its size, but quicker and tighter-turning. With a lighter pull than the Quantum, it’s a great choice for smaller pilots who don’t want to get dragged down the beach in a blow.

What’s the difference between the Jazz and the Nexus?
With a stiffer, lighter carbon fiber frame and a larger wing, the Nexus is a little easier to fly than the Jazz, especially in lighter winds. Its larger size also gives it more pull, sending feedback down the lines so you can feel the wind better as you control the kite. The Jazz has polyester lines, while the Nexus’ low-stretch Dyneema lines are thinner and have lower stretch, for quicker response and less drag in lighter winds.

Specifications
Packaged Weight 600grams
Packed Size 76 × 10 × 10cm
Wing Span 162.5 cm

Wind Range
6 – 35 kmh

Frame
Pultruded Carbon, Fiberglass

Sail
Ripstop Nylon, Mylar Laminate

Flying Lines
Spectra® 19.8m x 40.8 kg

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