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Brunotti Early Bird
Who's the Early Bird for?
Beginner: Great board for beginners. Waterstart is very easy. Because it is a light weather board you can go on the quiet moments when the wind is not strong. Perfect for beginners!
Freerider: Great board for freeriding in light weather.
Freestyler hooked in: You can make some nice jumps with this, but the real tricks you do more with a little harder wind. Then you usually use a normal twin tip.
Freestyler/Wakestyler unhooked: The Early bird is not really suitable for this.
Now I want the Eurofun story, what kind of board is it?
The Early bird is THE solution for anyone who wants to spend as many hours as possible on the water. Because of the large surface of the board it has much more buoyancy and your kite needs less power to keep you on the water. This allows you to get out on the water with less wind. This is nice for beginners, because they can practice when there are less people and the water is a bit calmer. But perfect for advanced users who want to take all the sessions with them or want to sail when all the other people are lying on the beach.
So for all people who want to extend their wind range a bit and want to sail with a few knots less or for heavier beginners this is perfect.
- You can get on the water sooner
- Very easy water start
- More buoyancy
- Nicely priced
- Easy upwind
- In strong winds this board is less suitable.
What's with it:
What's not there, but it's necessary:
- Foot pads
- Feel like kiting
General size indication:
The size of a kiteboard remains something personal with no real rules.
This has to do with how much experience you have, in what conditions you go on the water, what you are going to do with it and above all what you like.
The rule of thumb is that beginners want a slightly larger board to make it easier to start the water and get upwind.
And advanced sailors want a slightly smaller board because in situations where the wind is strong, you can give the kite a bit longer back pressure and therefore can jump higher, and / or more maneuverable.
Again, no rule, but below are 2 tables to give you a good idea. If you stick to this, it goes well anyway.
(If you still have doubts, you can always contact us via the site, mail, phone or in one of our shops for personal advice).
The Early bird is only available in 1 size that's perfect for light weather.
50 kg - 60 kg = 128 cm - 132 cm
60 kg - 70 kg = 132 cm - 136 cm
70 kg - 80 kg = 136 cm - 140 cm
80 kg - 90 kg = 140 cm - 145 cm
100+ kg = 145+ cm
50 kg - 60 kg = 125 cm - 128 cm
60 kg - 70 kg = 128 cm - 132 cm
70 kg - 80 kg = 132 cm - 136 cm
80 kg - 90 kg = 136 cm - 140 cm
100+ kg = 140+ cm
What else do I need to know?
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|Brand / Type||Brunotti Early Bird|
|Type kitesurfer||Lightwind, freeride|
|Length / width board||150/45|
|Suitable for boots||No|
|Included||Pads, straps of grabhandle are not included. See related products.|
|Pads||Incl. 4 fins|
|Warranty||100% Factory Warranty|