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Test and review if the Neilpryde's RS: flight alu foil (2018)

April 15, 2018

We sometimes get questions about how easy it is to assemble and dismount a windfoil.

 

We recommend to dismount the foil and clean it with fresh water after every session to avoid corrosion on the foil, so how easy it is to assemble a foil is actually a relevant factor when choosing your foil.

 

Here is a small video showing how to assemble Neilpryde’s alloy windfoil.

It’s very intuitive  and done in less than 5 minutes.

 

 

 

If you are interested in the Neilpryde Alu foil, you can order it here on Amazon.

 

Please read also the test review of the product we have done for Windsurfing UK Mag.

Here are the key take out of the test:

 

The NeilPryde RS:Flight AL has impressed us by its stability and the fact that we always felt very safe when flying, as the mast is relatively short (80 cm) and you always keep at a relatively low height above the water.

 

The short mast may, however, be a drawback if you are sailing in a choppy spot. We were also convinced by its large wind range, starting from about 10 knots (for our weight) and up to around 22 knots, while keeping the same intrinsic qualities of stability and comfort.

 

 

 

 

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