Nemesis HP V2 vs Nemesis HP V3: What has changed and why?
Easier Relaunch Revisions to the LE layout, bridle attachment point placement, newly located Twister Tech segments and a new Dacron material in the leading edge combine with tweaked bridle geometry to give easier and more consistent relaunch in all conditions.
New Canopy Ripstop
Higher tear strength for improved impact resistance and durability.
Improved Ripstop coating technique gives a crisper canopy fabric with enhanced performance.
New canopy printing techniques integrate printing onto canopy segments before final fabric treatment for more vibrant graphics.
New Dacron Materials
Higher tear strength for improved durability
Better handling of bias loads for enhanced steering response and flight stability
Both new materials lead to a more stable kite
Greater arc stiffness enhances in flight stability.
Improved bridle provides better handling across entire 'angle of attack' range.
Revised trailing edge design with new material selection allows for removal of all trailing edge battens without flutter.
Added 3D Scuff guards for improved protection
Nemesis HP V2 vs Nemesis HP V3: What has stayed the same and why?
The core elements such as responsiveness, aerodynamic efficiency and its unmatched explosive vertical lift, which have defined the performance of previous HP designs remain unchanged. The easy turn initiation and moderate bar pressure characteristics of the HP have been retained and even improved upon.
The core physical formula that makes the HP so popular will be obvious for all to see.